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Project Briefings (Presentations)

Project Briefings Presented at the
CNI Spring 2012 Membership Meeting
April 2-3, 2012
Baltimore, MD

Download the Spring 2012 Schedule of Events
(w/out handouts)

Absolute Relevance? Ranking in the Scholarly Domain

Tamar Sadeh, Ex Libris Group

Advances in Discovery: An EBSCO Service

Michael Gorrell, EBSCO Publishing

Archiving Large Swaths of User-Contributed Digital Content: Lessons from Archiving the Occupy Movement

Howard Besser, New York University
David Millman, New York University
Sharon M. Leon, George Mason University
Kristine Hanna, Internet Archive

Building the Grateful Dead Archive Online: The Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion

Virginia Steel, University of California, Santa Cruz
Robin Chandler, University of California, Santa Cruz

The California Digital Library and the Public Knowledge Project Partnership: A New Model of Collaborative Institutional Repository Publishing Services Development

Lisa Schiff, University of California
Brian Owen, Simon Fraser University
Catherine Mitchell, University of California

Changing for Excellence: Libraries and IT Experience with Campus Consultants

Deborah Ludwig, University of Kansas
Paul Farran, University of Kansas

Competing Priorities: Sustainability, Growth, and Innovation in Digital Collections

Jenn Riley, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Creating the Digital Preservation Network

James Hilton, University of Virginia

Curation Practices for Born-Digital and Digitized Newspaper Collections

Stephen Abrams, California Digital Library

Developing a Portal for Geospatial Resources

Alan Darnell, University of Toronto

DMPTool: Phase 2

Andrew Sallans, University of Virginia
Todd Grappone, University of California, Los Angeles

A Feasibility Study of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Open-Access Repository

Sayeed Choudhury, Johns Hopkins University
Mark Cyzyk, Johns Hopkins University

Federated Identity with a Side of Scholar

Renee Shuey, Pennsylvania State University
Kenneth Klingenstein, Internet2

Fembot: Reinventing Scholarly Production and Communication

Karen Estlund, University of Oregon
Carol Stabile, University of Oregon

Interoperating Requirements for a Media-Specific Repository

James Shulman, ARTstor
Randy Stern, Harvard University
David Germano, University of Virginia
William Ying, ARTstor

JSTOR: Exploring New Economic Models and Markets for Scholarly Content

Heidi McGregor, ITHAKA

National Science Foundation (NSF) EarthCube Program Update

Jennifer Schopf, National Science Foundation

National Status of Data Management: Current Research in Policy and Education

Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Spencer Keralis, Council on Library and Information Resources
William E. Moen, University of North Texas
Rachel Frick, Council on Library and Information Resources

Networks and the Paradox of the Active Learner

Gardner Campbell, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

New York University’s Implementation of Sakai Open Academic Environment (OAE)

Jennifer Stringer, New York University

Opportunities and Challenges for the 21st Century Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP)

James Jacobs, Stanford University
Suzanne Sears, University of North Texas
David Walls, United States Government Printing Office

Pay Once, Preservation Forever: A “Paid Up” Cost Model for Long-Term Preservation

Stephen Abrams, California Digital Library

ResourceSync: Towards a Web-Based Approach for Resource Synchronization

Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory

retroReveal.org: An Open-Source Process for the Discovery and Recovery of Lost or Obscured Content

Joyce L. Ogburn, University of Utah
Kenning Arlitsch, University of Utah
Harold M. Erickson, University of Utah

A Study in SCARLET

Matt Ramirez, University of Manchester

Sustaining Open Source Projects: An Update from DuraSpace

Michele Kimpton, DuraSpace
Jonathan Markow, DuraSpace

Taking Ownership of Electronic Journals and Books

Alan Darnell, University of Toronto

Taming the Data Shrew: The National Science Board’s Priorities and Recommendations on Scientific Data Management

Jose-Marie Griffiths, Bryant University

Too Big to Know

David Weinberger, Harvard University

Transforming Research Support Services

Jennifer Rutner, Ithaka S&R
Roger Schonfeld, Ithaka S&R

Under the Blacklight: Open Source Content Management for Collaborative Digitization Projects Involving Mass Digitization of Archival Materials

Eric C. Weig, University of Kentucky

The United States End-of-Term Web Archive

Abbie Grotke, Library of Congress
Kathleen Murray, University of North Texas

Update on the Activities of the Board on Research Data and Information (BRDI)

Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked information

Why Google Scholar Has Trouble Indexing Institutional Repositories

Kenning Arlitsch, University of Utah
Patrick O'Brien, University of Utah
Last updated:  Friday, March 30th, 2012