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Monday, November 7 • 1:30pm - 2:25pm
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Presentation 1
Facilitating harmonization of metadata, curation, and records management practices among university departments creating born-digital image 

The IU Libraries are partnering with the business school and communications department to build a preservation workflow for large quantities of born-digital image assets. This presentation will detail recent work towards aligning practices while outlining the broader implications of institutions beginning to collect and preserve similar born-digital materials.
Presenters: Heidi Dowding, Nicholas Homenda

Presentation 2
Snapshot - Managing and Sharing Digital Collections with CWIS
The Collection Workflow Integration System (CWIS) is a free, open source software package designed to create, manage, and share digital resource collections. Participants will learn how this turnkey web-based software package can be easily installed and configured to meet the needs of their organization. 
Presenters: Kendra Bouda, Corey Halpin

Presentation 3
Snapshot - The OpenSESMO Project: Making Non-Traditional Library Collections Discoverable in Search Engines with Social Media Metadata and Linked Data
Digital library work can and should impact our broader library services. With our OpenSESMO (Search Engine and Social Media Optimization) project, we show that applying digital library metadata practices - linked data and social media optimization - to non-traditional collections benefits library users as well as how search engines understand libraries.
Presenters: Doralyn Rossmann, Jason A. Clark 

Presentation 4 
Snapshot - An API Extension Architecture for Linked Data Repositories
The API Extension Architecture (API-X) project is a community-driven effort to build a general-purpose extensibility layer on top of Fedora 4, a digital object repository that implements the W3C Linked Data Platform (LDP) standard. API-X builds on LDP and Fedora to provide a framework for binding services to repository objects. 
Presenter: Aaron Birkland 

Session Chairs
avatar for Jeremy Myntti

Jeremy Myntti

Associate University Librarian, Metadata and IT, Brigham Young University


Aaron Birkland

Johns Hopkins University

Kendra Bouda

Internet Scout Research Group, UW-Madison

Jason A. Clark

Montana State University

Heidi Dowding

Indiana University

Corey Halpin

Internet Scout Research Group, UW-Madison

Nicholas Homenda

Digital Initiatives Librarian, Indiana University Libraries
Indiana University Libraries
avatar for Doralyn Rossmann

Doralyn Rossmann

Dean of the Library, Montana State University

Monday November 7, 2016 1:30pm - 2:25pm CST
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