CNI Spring 2017 Membership Meeting
April 3-4, 2017 | Hyatt Regency, Albuquerque, NM
CNI Spring 2017 Has Adjourned
Thanks to all who presented, attended, & tweeted!
Slide decks are available from individual project briefing pages.
Videos are being added as available (see below).
- A Linked Data Approach for Humanities Data, Sayeed Choudhury (Johns Hopkins University) and Jaap Geraerts (University College London)
- To the Rescue of the Orphans of Scholarly Communication, Herbert Van de Sompel and Martin Klein (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Michael L. Nelson (Old Dominion University)
- Collaborating to Digitize Paleontological Collections at the University of Wyoming, Chad Hutchens, University of Wyoming
- Online Scientific Reference Sample Collections and Shared Linked Data for Heritage Science and Related Disciplines, Fenella France, Library of Congress
- Virtual Reality in the Trenches: Addressing the Preservation Challenges of Virtual Reality for Scholarship, Zack Lischer-Katz and Matt Cook, University of Oklahoma
- Protect Researcher Privacy in the Surveillance Era, Sam Kome, Claremont Colleges
- From Theory to Practice: Leading the Way with Learning Data Principles, Jenn Stringer, University of California at Berkeley
- A CAVEkiosk in the Library: The At-Risk Cultural Heritage and the Digital Humanities UC Catalyst Grant, Declan Fleming (UCSD)
- Advancing Accessibility through Libraries, Laura Wood (Tufts), Joseph (Jody) Combs (ARL/Vanderbilt), Beth Sandore Namachchivaya (UIUC)
- Building Data Refuge: From Bucket Brigade to Sustainable Action, Panelists from U. Penn, Georgetown, Temple, U. Michigan
- The Role of Academic Libraries in an Era of Fake News, Alternative Facts, and Information Overload, Donald A. Barclay (University of California, Merced)
- Ithaka S+R US Library Survey 2016, Roger C. Schonfeld (Ithaka S+R)
- Data Integrity for Librarians, Archivists, and Criminals: What We Can Steal from Bitcoin, BitTorrent, and Usenet, Jeffrey Spies (Center for Open Science)
- RECORDING: Institutional Repository Strategies: What We Learned at the Executive Roundtables (Clifford Lynch)
- PLENARY VIDEOS: What Today’s Students Have Taught Us (Alison Head, Project Information Literacy) & Fresh Perspectives on the Future of University-Based Publishing (Amy Brand, MIT Press)
- Meeting Schedule (via mobile web app SCHED)
- Roadmap: A Guide to CNI’s Spring 2017 Membership Meeting
- CNI Spring 2017 Schedule of Events (PDF)
- Plenary Sessions
- Project Briefing Pages
Representatives from CNI member organizations gather twice annually to explore new technologies, content, and applications; to further collaboration; to analyze technology policy issues; and to catalyze the development and deployment of new projects. Each member organization may send two representatives.
Project briefings, 30-minute or one-hour sessions that allow participants to interact informally about projects, initiatives, and ideas of their own choosing, are the very heart of every membership meeting. Plenary sessions are held at the beginning and end of each meeting and include presentations of CNI’s latest initiatives as well as insights from national and international leaders in the networked information community.