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Tuesday, October 16 • 11:50am - 12:45pm
#t3b: Digitization: Pedagogy and Practice

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Presentations
 
Recentering Community for Decentralized Digital Preservation: LOCKSS Community and Technical Strategy
Nicholas Taylor
LOCKSS Program, Stanford Libraries
 
This session will provide an opportunity to share and receive feedback on the new ways that LOCKSS could support digital preservation broadly, as well as reflect on the important intersections of community and technical strategy for a long-running digital preservation initiative.
 
 
User Directed Scrapbook Digitization
Shannon Willis, Marcia McIntosh
University of North Texas, United States of America
 
The Digital Projects Unit at the University of North Texas worked to understand user preferences in the digitization of scrapbooks. Applying a paper prototyping methodology, the researchers assessed and created institutional practices for scrapbook digitization based on user experience data rather than digitizer prerogative.
 
 
Beyond the Pages: Early Bound Works in Digital Collections
Barbara Laufersweiler
University of Oklahoma Libraries, United States of America
 
For early books, somewhere between simple image display and multispectral imaging, between metadata searches and virtual reality, there are practical, low-cost, high-impact practices available for digitization and digital collections. I will present examples and recommendations that can open these works to new scholarship and new engagement.
 
 
Digitizing the Architectural History of Cambridge, Massachusetts - contribution withdrawn
Emily Gonzalez
Cambridge Historical Commission, United States of America
 
A report on the multi-year project to create a publicly accessible digital repository for the architectural survey forms of the Cambridge Historical Commission, which document the history of all 13,000+ buildings in Cambridge.

Moderators
avatar for Joshua Hogan

Joshua Hogan

Assistant Department Head, Digital Services, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
Josh Hogan is the Assistant Head of the Digital Services Department at the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library. His primary responsibilities include taking a leadership role in a variety of digital curation activities, including digitization, metadata creation, repository... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Schuler

Andrea Schuler

Librarian for Digital Collections, Tisch Library, Tufts University

Speakers
avatar for Barbara Laufersweiler

Barbara Laufersweiler

Director, Digital Collections & Digitization, University Libraries, University of Oklahoma
Doing digitization of special collections materials at OU since 2012 -- early printed books and manuscripts, maps, and manuscript collections, for OU’s History of Science, Western History, and other collections.
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Marcia McIntosh

Digital Production Librarian, University of North Texas
University of North Texas
avatar for Nicholas Taylor

Nicholas Taylor

Program Manager, LOCKSS and Web Archiving, Stanford University
Nicholas Taylor is Program Manager for LOCKSS and Web Archiving at Stanford University Libraries. In this role, he manages the provision of distributed digital preservation software and services used by hundreds of institutions across multiple networks, including the Global LOCKSS... Read More →
avatar for Shannon Willis

Shannon Willis

Assistant Librarian, University of North Texas
Digital Projects Lab Manager


Tuesday October 16, 2018 11:50am - 12:45pm
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