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Make It Work: Improvisations on the Stewardship of Digital Information

July 19-21, 2011
Washington, DC

Tuesday, July 19, 2011: Dream It

12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Welcome – setting the stage, Laura Campbell & Martha Anderson
  Tim O’Reilly, O’Reilly Media
  Siva Vaidhyanathan, University of Virginia
  Yancey Strickler, Kickstarter (external link)
  Michael Edson, Smithsonian Institution
Let Us Go Boldly into the Present
  Aaron Presnell, Jefferson Institute
Archive Digitization (PDF, 1.21MB)
  Panel discussion & audience questions moderated by Abby Rumsey, NDIIPP
4:30 pm Poster & Demo previews
5:00 pm –
7:30 pm
Posters and Reception

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011: Do It

8:30 am coffee
9:00 am Introduction to the day, Bill LeFurgy, Library of Congress
9:10 am Helen Hockx-Yu, British Library
Archiving the UK Web: Learning on the job (PDF, 2.32MB)
  Tricia Cruse, California Digital Library
From Preservation to Curation: Extending bourndaries, creating new services, engaging new users (PDF, 1.76MB)
  Jack Brighton, WILL
Archiving at Web Speed (PDF, 9.46MB)
  Ben Vershbow, New York Public Library
Bringing in the Crowd: Effect, affects and a few (minor) defects (PDF, 24.68MB)
10:30 am Panel discussion & audience questions moderated by Rachel Frick, CLIR: Digital Library Federation
10:50 am Break
11:15 am Concurrent Workshops
  And the Winner is . . . (PDF, 112KB) - Columbia A
How does a community recognize achievement?
Sponsored by the Innovation Working Group
Notes (PDF, 26KB)
  Tales from the Crypt (PDF, 86KB) - Columbia B
What are the emerging practices of large scale storage?
Sponsored by the Infrastructure Working Group
Notes (PDF, 25KB)
  Special Interest Session: Web Archiving (PDF,60 KB) - Columbia Foyer
Pecha Kucha and discussion of emerging trends
Notes (PDF, 28KB)
Cooperative Archiving: Event Harvesting in Perspective (PDF,3.64MB)
Creating Persisten Links to YouTube Music Videos (PDF, 2.70MB)
Archive Facebook (PDF, 659KB)
How Much of the Web is Archived? (PDF, 1.85MB)
Open Source Tools for Mining and Analysing Web Data @ Scale (PDF, 76KB)
12:30 pm Working Lunch – Open Source Tools and Community

Exhibit3@MIT: Lessons learned from 10 years of the Simile Project for building library open source software (PDF, 2.75MB)
MacKenzie Smith, MIT University

Omeka: From digital exhibits to web publishing platform (PPSX, 654KB)
Sharon Leon, George Mason University

Building and Sustaining Open Source Communities Through the Life Cycle: Dspace, Fedora and DuraCloud case studies (PDF, 1.38MB)
Michele Kimpton, DuraSpace
1:45 pm Concurrent Workshops
  Tools at Risk (PDF, 89KB)- Columbia A
What are new models for sustaining open source tools developed for digital stewardship?
Sponsored by the Infrastructure Working Group
Notes (PDF, 25KB)
JHOVE 2 (PDF, 646KB)
  I can haz Standardz (PDF, 115KB)- Columbia B
What standards should be in the digital preservation toolbox?
Sponsored by the Standards Working Group
Notes (PDF, 30KB)
  Developing cutting-edge internship programs in digital preservation: What are the essential elements? (PDF, 93KB)- Columbia Foyer
What are the elements of a Digital Preservation Internship?
Sponsored by Office of Strategic Initiatives Internships
Notes (PDF, 20KB)
3:00 pm Break
3:15 pm Concurrent Workshops
  Digital Preservation in a Box (PDF, 108KB)
What are the key resources for digital preservation and education and outreach?
Sponsored by the Outreach Working Group
Notes (PDF, 11KB)
  Slaying the Dragons (PDF, 93KB)
What is at risk and how do we rescue it?
Sponsored by the Content Working Group
Notes (PDF, 17KB)
  The Challenge Challenge (PDF, 147KB)
What are ways we can spark digital preservation innovation?
Sponsored by the Innovation Working Group
Notes (PDF, 30KB)
4:30 pm Break
5:00 pm Share workshop products and decisions
5:45 pm Adjourn

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Thursday, July 21, 2011: Share It

8:30 am coffee
9:00am Martha Anderson, Director of Program Management, NDIIPP
NDIIPP Program Updates 2011 (PDF, 1.66MB)
  National Digital Stewardship Alliance Presentations
9:30 am David Rosenthal, Stanford University
LOCKSS in the Cloud (PDF, 146KB)
  Cal Lee, UNC Chapel Hill & Robert Horton, Minnesota Historical Society
NDIIPP States Projects: Overview and Evaluation (PDF, 731KB)
  Peter Krogh, American Society of Media Photographers
Extending the Reach of (PDF, 1.65MB)
10:30 am panel discussion moderated by Martha Anderson, Library of Congress
10:45 am Break
11:15 am Reprise of 2011 Digital Preservation Award Pitches

Time Travel for the Web (PDF, 1.38MB)
Michael Nelson, Old Dominion University

Economics & Digital Preservation: Final Report BRTF on Sustainability (PDF, 781KB)
Fran Berman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Preserving Virtual Worlds (PDF, 904KB)
Kari Kraus, University of Maryland, MITH
12:00 Closing & Top NDSA Mottos (PDF, 15KB)
12:30 Box Lunch & Adjourn

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