CNI Spring Membership Meeting

San Antonio, Texas, April 4-5, 2013

Download the Spring 2013 Program/Schedule of Events

Thursday April 4

Registration/Info Table available all day in Navarro Pre-Function


Friday April 5

Registration/Info Table available all day in Navarro Pre-Function



8:00 AM Madero

Executive Roundtable (by prior registration only)


7:30 AM Hidalgo Jr. Ballroom Breakfast
10:30 AM Villa Executive Roundtable (by prior registration only) 9:00 AM -10:00 AM PROJECT BRIEFINGS
11:30 AM Camino Real Orientation for First-Time Attendees Navarro Ballroom

Bibliographic Framework Initiative: Process and Expectations


12:15 PM Navarro Pre-Function Break Madero

Using the Amazon Cloud to Host Digital Scholarship Projects


1:15 PM Navarro Ballroom Opening Plenary: From the Version of Record to a Version of the Record Herbert van de Sompel, LANL Zapata

Mapping Data Curation for New Scholars and Scientists: Expanding the Curriculum for the CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship Program


2:15 Navarro Pre-Function Break Villa

Scholarly Communication: New Models for Digital Scholarship Workflows


2:30 PM -3:30 PM PROJECT BRIEFINGS Camino Real

Strategies for Fostering a Culture of Open Access: Reports from the Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions


Navarro Ballroom Library Building as Research Platform Sabino

EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR) Student Technology Study


Madero Not Your Grandfather’s Web Any More Encino Two Institutions, Two Perspectives, One Partnership: Digital Scholarship & Publishing

DataShare Project: Collaboration Yields Promising Tool


10:00 AM Navarro Pre-Function Break
Villa Collaboration to Innovation 10:30 AM -11:30 AM



Camino Real Managing Large-Scale Library Digitization Projects Via the Cloud Navarro Ballroom

The Digital Preservation Network: A Report and Discussion on DPN’s Emerging Architecture, System Protocol & Service Model



Student Use of Digital Resources for Learning: Results and Implications from a National Study


Madero Publication and Research Roles for Libraries Using Spectral Imaging Data
Encino Leveraging Traditional, Digital, and Crowd-Sourced Resources to Create “Database of the Smokies” Zapata Administering and Assessing Four E-Textbook Pilots
Lantana Update on NISO’s Open Discovery Initiative Villa

Rights, Research, Results: The Copyright Review Management System


3:30 PM Navarro Pre-Function Break Camino Real

Developments in Scholarly Identity Management



Enabling Institutional Action for Research Data Management: The DCC Experience


Navarro Ballroom RDF: Resource Description Failures and Linked Data Letdowns Encino Moving from an Institutional Repository to a Current Research Information System: The Why & How

Not Another Cross-Search Tool: The Digital Commons Network


11:45 AM Hidalgo Jr. Ballroom Lunch

Economical Big Local Storage


Villa Personal Archiving and Scholarly Workflow: An Exploratory Study of Pennsylvania State University Faculty Madero

Discovery Turned Inside Out: Using and Google Site Search with Library Digital Collections


Camino Real A Toolkit for Digital Research Zapata Research Data Management Services in Germany: Funding Activities of the German Research Foundation

Chinese Canadian Stories: Uncommon Histories from a Common Past


Villa Annotating the World’s Knowledge

The Avalon Media System: An Open Source Audio/Video System for Libraries and Archives


Camino Real DuraCloud for Research: A Project Status Report
Lantana Providing Library Course Reserves Solely in the Context of Blackboard While Leveraging the Summon API Sabino The Move Towards Open Standards: Enabling Next Generation Digital Learning
5:00 PM Navarro Pre-Function Break 2:00 PM Navarro Pre-Function Break
5:15 PM -6:00 PM PROJECT BRIEFINGS 2:15 PM Navarro Ballroom Closing Plenary: Schonfeld (Ithaka S+R), Marcum (Ithaka S+R), Russell (U. Florida)
Navarro Ballroom

IT@Cornell: Is It What We Imagined?


3:30 PM Meeting Adjourns

Taking Scholarly Note-taking to the Web



And After You’ve Built It? Next Steps in Repository and Research Data Support



Research Impact: The State of the Art and Implications for Networked Infrastructure


Camino Real

Digital Humanities Revisited: Continuing Debates and Work on the Ground



ZSRx: An Information Literacy MOOC



Linked Data and Archival Description: The LiAM Planning Project


Lantana SIPX: Online Copyright Management, Distribution, and Analytics
6:00 PM Hidalgo Jr. Ballroom Reception

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