Mid-Atlantic Digital Library Conference 2008 — July 9, 2008


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  1. 1. Mid-Atlantic Digital Library Conference 2008 — July 9, 2008 Conference Schedule Tuesday, July 8th 6:00 pm Dinner at La Primavera (Prior registration required) 2593 Old Turnpike Rd., Lewisburg, PA 17837 Wednesday, July 9th 8:00 - 8:30 am Registration, Continental Breakfast [Langone Center, Walls Lounge, Room 213] 8:30 - 8:50 am Opening, Welcome [Langone Center, Forum] 1 2 3 4 5 Track One Track Two Track Three Track Four Track Five Getting Archives & Digital Digital Library Case Case Started Libraries Technologies & Systems Studies Studies Balancing the Local History Need for Efficient The Tri-Colleges’ Online: An Open Building and Submission of Collaborative Source Solution to Managing a Scientific Data Visual Resource Introduction to 9:00 - 10:00 am the Management Successful Digital with the Need to Collection Session One Digital Library and Access Repository in Collect Metadata — Nicole Finzer, Technologies & of Historical DSpace — Robert R. Downs Bryn Mawr College; Metadata 101 Collections — Michele Kimpton, and Robert S. Susan Dreher, — Laura Riskedahl, — John Lyles, Holly Mercer, Chen, Center for Swarthmore Bucknell University Chattahochee William Simpson, International Earth College; Julie D. Valley Regional and Abby Clobridge Science Information Coy, Haverford Library System Network (CIESIN), College Columbia University Coleman 221 Coleman 252 Coleman 251 Coleman 120 Coleman 150 Various Access to Approaches to Visual Resource Johns Hopkins Building Digital Collections 10:15 - 11:15 am Archivists’ Toolkit Applied Physics Session Two Libraries Introduction to — Joan Beaudoin, — Brian Hoffman, Laboratory Digital — From Tech Cool Streaming Video PhD Candidate, New York University Image Library to Strategic – — Eric Smith, Drexel University and Sibyl Round, — Karen Higgins, Deborah Ludwig Bucknell University and Rachael Archivists’ Toolkit Johns Hopkins and Sheryl Bradley, University Williams, University PhD Candidate, of Kansas Univ. of Maryland Coleman 251 Coleman 252 Coleman 221 Coleman 120 Coleman 150 Digital Reference The Classical Services: The Implementing a Artifact Research 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Scaling Up Current State Digital Library Repository Tools for Session Three Digital Library of Library Repository Using in DSpace: A Repurposing MARC Production: and Archival Fedora Partnership with Metadata in Digital Strategies for Instruction — David Kennedy, Students Libraries Practitioners — Valli Hoski, Ann Hanlon, and — Lois Widmer, Dai — Michael Bolam, — Aaron L. Brenner, Kathleen O’Neill, Jennie A. Levine, Wei, and Jenny Univ. of Pittsburgh Univ. of Pittsburgh Donna Scanlon, University of Zimmer, Mark Sgambettera, Maryland Brandeis University Vanessa Uribe Coleman 221 Coleman 150 Coleman 252 Coleman 251 Coleman 120 12:30 - 2:00 pm Lunch and Special-Interest Group Discussions [Larison Dining Hall] www.madlcon.org
  2. 2. Mid-Atlantic Digital Library Conference 2008 — July 9, 2008 1 2 3 4 5 Track One Track Two Track Three Track Four Track Five Getting Archives & Digital Digital Library Case Case Started Libraries Technologies & Systems Studies Studies Defining and A Series of Collaborating with Digitizing a Unfortunate Events, Building Digital Faculty on Digital Commonwealth: or How Not to Build Audiovisual MetaDB: A Projects Towards a 2:00 - 3:00 pm Session Four a Digital Image Collections: An Distributed Metadata — Michael Weaver, Collaborative Archive Example from the Creation Tool Bucknell University; Approach to the — Jami L. Bryan, Archives — Eric Luhrs, Jim Gerencser, Digitization of Thomas McNulty, and — Kevin Clair, Penn Lafayette College Dickinson College; Pennsylvania’s Carolyn S. Parsons, State Robert Harris, William History, Society, and University of Mary Paterson University Culture Washington — John Barnett, PALCI Coleman 252 Coleman 150 Coleman 120 Coleman 251 Coleman 221 LSTA Grants: From Projects from Project Planning University Archives Using Open Source 3:15 - 4:15 pm Session Five to Fruition to World War II Poster — Rodney G. Software: What Tour of Bucknell Sustainability Project Obein, Worcester it Means for Your University’s — Janet Hurlbert, — David Del Testa, Polytechnic Institute Institution Bertrand Library Lycoming College Bucknell University and Malinda Triller, — Panel discussion and Jim Gerencser, Dickinson College Dickinson College Coleman 150 Coleman 252 Coleman 251 Coleman 221 Tracks Combine - Bertrand Library, Second Floor Digital Herbarium Collection — Andrew Sallans, Carla Lee, and Sherry Lake, University of Virginia Encoded Archival Description (EAD): A Microsoft Word Template — Daniel Mancusi, Bucknell University Evaluation of Digital Libraries: My Personal Experiences with MIC, NJDH, and NJVid — Judy Jeng, New Jersey City University Posters, Technology Showcase, and Vendor Exhibits Fleet Street Found: The Global Photos Metadata Project — John Fahs and Abigail Meisterman, New York Public Library I Never Met A Digital Object I Couldn’t Cite: Zotero and Alternatives for Personal Digital Libraries — Jack Widner, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania An Investigation of Image Users Across Disciplines: A Model of Image Needs, Retrieval, and Use — Joan E. Beaudoin, Drexel University Leveraging History with Social Technologies — Judith Brink-Drescher and Diane Holliday, Dowling College 4:30 - 6:00 pm Managing Digitization Activities: An ARL SPEC Kit — Rebecca L. Mugridge, Penn State University A Manakin Makeover: DSpace “Looks and Feels” Good — Christina Richison, National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE) MetaDB: A Tool for Distributed Metadata Creation — Eric Luhrs, Lafayette College Planning and Administering a Digitization Project in a Small, Team-Based Library — Brian Ardan, Bernadette Heiney, Joby Topper, and Cathy Weglarz, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Streaming Video Technologies — Eric Smith, Bucknell University Using an Institutional Repository (IR) for Prostate Tissue Array Image Data Preservation — William Simpson, University of Delaware Using Dublin Core to Create Electronic Access to the West Virginia and Regional History Collection’s Printed Ephemera Collection — Anna Schein, West Virginia University West Virginia History OnView: A Big Digital Project with a Little Budget — John Cuthbert, West Virginia University Vendors: Alexander Press, ContentDM, D&E Communications, DSpace, Kirtas Technologies, Luna, NITLE, PALINET www.madlcon.org

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