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Monday, November 7 • 1:30pm - 2:25pm
#m3b: IIIF

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Presentation 1
Digital Tools for Manuscript Study – Facilitating Knowledge Creation
This presentation will explore the work between a library technology unit and a scholarly unit at the University of Toronto, encompassing both standards-based modular tool development, in particular Open Annotation and IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) standards, and the work to support knowledge creation activities through a UX-driven decision process.
Presenter: Rachel Di Cresce

Presentation 2
Uncommon Objects of Delight: Recreating Count Leopoldo Cicognara’s Library
The Digital Cicognara Library is an international initiative to recreate an 1821 collection of 5000 early imprints that constitute the foundational literature of art and archaeology. The speakers will discuss the DCL’s academic goals and technical implementation, and how they will leverage Blacklight and the International Image Interoperability Framework technologies.
Presenters: Sandra Ludig Brooke, Jon Stroop

Presentation 3
Snapshot - IIIF We Can Do It… NYU Digital Library’s IIIF Implementation Story
By the time DLF Forum convenes in November, NYU’s Digital Library intends to implement IIIF for our image collections. Will we do it? If not, why not? Come hear our story. We hope our experience can help others who are working on their own implementation.
Presenters: Carol Kassel, Alberto Ortiz Flores

Presentation 4
Snapshot - Image Open Access: Implementing IIIF in CONTENTdm
This talk will discuss the process of implementing IIIF for CONTENTdm as well as the opportunities that doing so will offer to libraries, developers, and end-users.
Presenter: Carly Bogen

Session Chairs
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Jason Ronallo

Head, Digital Library Initiatives, NCSU Libraries
NCSU Libraries


Carly Bogen

Product Analyst, OCLC Digital Collection Services
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Sandra Ludig Brooke

Director, Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University
Princeton University
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Rachel Di Cresce

Project Librarian, University of Toronto Libraries
University of Toronto. Digital Project Librarian interested in Digital Humanities, IIIF, data management and medieval manuscripts. Currently working on Mellon funded project entitled Digital Tools for Manuscript Study.

Carol Kassel

NYU Libraries
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Jon Stroop

Princeton University

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