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Monday, October 15 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
#m5: Lightning Talks

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Presentations
 
Insights from Usability Testing on a Geospatial Web Portal
Karen Majewicz
University of Minnesota, United States of America
 
The Big Ten Academic Alliance Geospatial Data Project carried out usability testing on our geoportal in Fall 2016 with follow up studies in Spring 2018. Our resulting insights were surprising and changed our understanding about how users interact with spatially enabled search portals.
 
 
Making Scientific Code More Open: Computational Reproducibility with Code Ocean
Travis Hewgley
Code Ocean, United States of America
 
Code has become a crucial component of the scientific life cycle. Accessing and preserving code and algorithms associated with research is critical in solving the reproducibility crisis and advancing research discoveries. Code Ocean is an open, executable repository and computational reproducibility platform allowing researchers to discover, collaborate and execute code.
 
 
Let’s get Visual: A New Tool for Assigning RightsStatements.org Statements.
Gabriel Galson(1), Linda Ballinger(2)
1: Temple University, United States of America; 2: Pennsylvania State University, United States of America
 
Gabriel Galson and Linda Ballinger of PA Digital (the DPLA’s Pennsylvania Hub) will introduce a new visual tool for correctly selecting RightsStatements.org statements. Aimed at the copyright novice, the chart lets users determine an item’s copyright status, then navigate to the correct statement or license, without undertaking supplemental research.
 
 
Contextualizing Digital Collections
Ryan Perry
Central New York Library Resources Council, United States of America
 
Large digital repositories are often failing to provide basic contextual information for collections. New York Heritage Digital Collections developed a solution that better contextualizes our materials. This presentation will focus on our data model and offer guidance for implementation.
 
 
A socio-technical lens on research data services in libraries, or: why is this so uncomfortable??
Jeanine Finn
The Claremont Colleges, United States of America
 
This snapshot is intended to introduce ways of understanding the sources and structures for data management and data services in a library, in ways that support efforts of social-justice-focused critical librarianship, while also providing technical guidance on how to evaluate and sustain data services within a library.
 
 
Primary Source Set Sorcery
Stefanie Ramsay, Jasmine Clark
Temple University, United States of America
 
PA Digital, the Pennsylvania service hub of the Digital Public of America, began creating primary source sets to creatively reuse content and engage a wider user base. Our project team aims to cover an expansive history and appeal to a diverse audience while exploring how to sustain this effort.
 
 
A Critical Reflection of a Totally Online Digital Storytelling Workshop for Graduate Students
Elliott Stevens, Perry Yee
University of Washington Libraries, United States of America
 
We give the short history of a totally online, interdisciplinary digital-storytelling workshop we set up for graduate students and examine revisions we've made to it over the course of a year.
 
 
Syllabrowser: A Practical and Critical Tool for Institutional Knowledge Transfer
David Roh, Rebekah Cummings, Elizabeth Callaway
University of Utah, United States of America
 
Between knowledge consumption (reading) and production (writing) lies an important layer that has been neglected—knowledge institutionalization (teaching). Syllabrowser aims to bring the trends and projections of taught knowledge to the fore while providing a valuable tool for instructors to select and diversify course content.
 
 
Scholarly Communication and Copyright: Providing services to library publication efforts
Jason Boczar, LeEtta Schmidt
University of South Florida, United States of America
 
Digital scholarship and copyright skills are necessary for new methods of research and dissemination. The University of South Florida is creating new collections and material from within the library which involves working with researchers and stakeholders outside of the library and experts from within. This presentation will address those projects.
 
 
Surveying the Landscape of Urban Studies and Planning
Alena McNamara
MIT Libraries, United States of America
 
This presentation will detail a quantitative citation analysis of 2016 MIT Master's in City Planning theses that examined the full picture of information resource use in the field of urban studies and planning, in order to enhance reference, instruction, and collection development for the discipline.
 
 
Research and Publication as an Early Career Librarian
Martha Stuit(1), Joanna Thielen(2)
1: University of Michigan, United States of America; 2: Oakland University, United States of America
 
What influences early career librarians to research and publish? This lightning talk will share survey findings on the factors influencing early career librarians in these pursuits. Find out how to engage librarians in scholarly activities, support professional development, and cultivate their contributions to research and literature.
 
 
The Odd Couple
Wendy Shook
Middlebury College, United States of America
 
What do you get when you cross an Art Museum and a Science Library? You get
a museum studies intern and a science librarian working with historical laboratory apparatus, scanning tools, old books, and a dash of physics, to create a unique educational experience in the liberal arts tradition.


WITHDRAWN - Build Your Own Memory Lab!
Siobhan Hagan
DC Public Library, United States of America
 
Learn how to build your own Memory Lab with DC Public Library’s IMLS-funded Memory Lab Network online resources! This project is currently building digital preservation programs across the U.S. and a shared community of practice for personal digital archiving.

Speakers
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Jason Boczar

University of South Florida
Jason Boczar is the Digital Scholarship and Publishing Librarian at the University of South Florida. He received his MLIS from the University of Kentucky in 2012.
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Elizabeth Callaway

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Utah
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Jasmine Lelis Clark

Resident Librarian, Temple University
Jasmine Clark is a Resident Librarian at Temple University co-leading a project to recreate the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection into a virtual reality primary source literacy module.
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Rebekah Cummings

University of Utah Library
Marriott Library, University of Utah
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Jeanine Finn

Data Science and Digital Scholarship Coordinator, Claremont Colleges Library
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Gabriel N. Galson

Technology Projects Librarian, Temple University Libraries
Gabe Galson is a Technology Projects Librarian at Temple U, serving as project manager for web and tech dev projects. He serves on the DPLA Rights Statements Working Group and the PA Digital DPLA hub, and has a background in archives/digitization.
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Travis Hewgley

Director of Institutional Partnerships, Code Ocean
Computational Reproducibility with Code Ocean
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Karen Majewicz

Geospatial Metadata Coordinator, University of Minnesota Libraries
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Ryan Perry

Digital Collections Librarian, Central New York Library Resources Council
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Stefanie Ramsay

Digital Projects Librarian, Temple University
I am Digital Projects Librarian at Temple University where she manages digitization projects and contributes to PA Digital. I have an MLIS from the University of Washington and I am a former member of the National Digital Stewardship Residency program.
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David Roh

Director and Associate Professor, University of Utah
Director of the Digital Matters Lab and Associate Professor of English at the University of Utah.
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LeEtta Schmidt

Copyright & Intellectual Property Librarian, University of South Florida
LeEtta M. Schmidt is the Resource Sharing and Copyright Librarian at the USF Tampa library and the Editor of the Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve. She is a member of ALA and FLA and has published articles in CR&L News, The Journal of Academic Librarianship... Read More →
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Wendy Shook

Science Data Librarian, Middlebury College
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Elliott Stevens

Research Commons Librarian, University of Washington
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Martha Stuit

Deep Blue, University of Michigan


Monday October 15, 2018 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Milan Ballroom

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