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Wednesday, October 17 • 10:30am - 11:25am
#w2d: Institutional Repositories

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Presentations
 
Sharing the work of sharing research: Harvard Library’s Distributed IR Deposit program.
Colin B. Lukens
Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication, United States of America
 
In 2016, the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC) launched a collaborative project to recruit help from around the university to deposit articles in Harvard’s open-access repository. This presentation will give an overview of the project, discuss its benefits and challenges, and outline workflow changes made to DSpace.
 
 
Migrating and Modeling Geospatial Repository Resources
James Griffin, Eliot Jordan
Princeton University Library, United States of America
 
Throughout early 2018, the Princeton University Library has had the opportunity to migrate their cultural heritage object repository to a newly redesigned architecture. While migration for digitized books and manuscripts has been more straightforward, this presentation explores the difficulties found in migrating scanned maps and geospatial data sets.
 
 
Let it ROAR: Expanding University of Houston’s Open Access Services
Annie Wu, Santi Thompson, Taylor Davis-Van Atta, Anne Washington, Bethany Scott, Xiping Liu
University of Houston, United States of America
 
Details the University of Houston’s expansion of open access services to a platform called Cougar Research Open Access Repositories (ROAR): a portal to the UH Institutional Repository (UHIR) and the UH Data Repository (UHDR). The project team’s phased activities can be beneficial to those promoting new modes of scholarly communication.
 

Moderators
Speakers
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James Griffin

Digital Infrastructure Developer, Princeton University Library
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Eliot Jordan

GIS Developer, Princeton University Library
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Colin B. Lukens

Repository Manager - Office for Scholarly Communication, Harvard Library
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Anne Washington

Coordinator of Metadata Services, University of Houston
Anne Washington is the Coordinator of Metadata Services at the University of Houston Libraries, where she is responsible for managing metadata creation and maintenance for the University of Houston Digital Library and other repository services. Her research interests include technologies... Read More →
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Annie Wu

Head of Metadata and Digitization Services, University of Houston Libraries
Annie Wu is the Head of Metadata and Digitization Services at the University of Houston Libraries.  Prior to UH, she was the Operations Manager at the Technical Information Center of Corning Inc.  Annie also worked at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington as Cataloging... Read More →


Wednesday October 17, 2018 10:30am - 11:25am
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