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Friday November 16th
Plenary session 1. 1400- 1530
Welcome and introduction
Gloriana St Clair (University Librarian, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries), Daniel Greenstein (Director, DLF), and others to be advised. Powerpoint slides from Daniel Greenstein's introduction are available online.
Opening plenary address by David Rumsey, David Rumsey Cartography Associates, David Rumsey Historical Map Collection (www.davidrumsey.com)
Breakout session 1. 1600 - 1730
Panel discussion of issues arising from the Mellon e-journals archiving program. Dale Flecker, Associate Director for Planning and Systems, Harvard University Library; Ann Okerson, Associate University Librarian, Yale University; Anne Kenney, Associate Director, Department of Preservation, Cornell University Library; John Mark Ockerbloom, Digital Library Architect and Planner, University of Pennsylvania
Panel discussions on issues of recruitment, retention, and training. Kris Brancolini, Director, Digital Library Program, Indiana University; Rebecca Graham, Head, Library Computing Services and Director, Digital Library Program, Johns Hopkins University; Elizabeth Shaw, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Library and Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh. Kris Brancolini's powerpoint slides are available online.
Saturday November 17th
Breakout session 2. 0900 - 1030
Publishing from the library: Project Euclid and the distribution of scholarly communications. David Ruddy, Electronic Publications Specialist, Cornell University Library
eScholarship at the CDL, Catherine Candee, Director of Scholarly Communication Initiatives, California
Sustainable models of electronic scholarly publishing, Maria Bonn, Maria Bonn, Head, Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library. David Ruddy's powerpoint slides are available online.
Breakout session 3. 1100- 1230
Panel discussion presenting work resulting from OCLC's and RLG's joint exploration of digital archiving. Panelists will include Meg Bellinger, President, Preservation Resources, OCLC, and Robin Dale, Program Officer, Research Libraries Group. Meg Bellinger's powerpoint slides are available online.
New expectations and traditional stewardship in museums and libraries, Bernie Reilly, Director, Center for Research Libraries. The text for the talk is also available.
ET call home. Who's out there: The issue of audience in the digital age, Barbara Taranto, Digital Library Program, New York Public Library
Plenary session 2. 1315-1400
Breakout session 4. 1400-1530
Methods for assessing use of online collections and services, Denise Troll, Associate University Librarian, Carnegie Mellon University. Powerpoint slides from this presentation are available online.
Evaluating the use of your website, Rue Ramirez, Digital Library Services, University of Texas at Austin
Repository architectures. An introduction to Fedora, Thornton Staples, University of Virginia, and Carl Lagoze, Cornell University
Library services in a well architected networked environment, Daniel Greenstein, Director, DLF. Powerpoint slides from this presentation are available online.
Breakout session 5. 1600-1730
Metastar @ North Carolina State University Libraries, James M. Jackson Sanborn, Data Services Librarian and Charley Pennell, Head Cataloging Department
Addressing mixed granularity in cross-collection searching", Marty Kurth, Head of Cataloguing, Cornell University Library. Powerpoint slides from this presentation are available online.
Moving geospatial metadata (CSDGM) to MARC and OAI: The CUGIR model, Elaine Westbrooks, Metadata Librarian; Adam Chandler, CTS Information Technology Librarian; Vivek Uppal, graduate student, Cornell University. Powerpoint slides from this presentation are available online.
Panel discussion offering an overview of METS and reports on its use. Jerome McDonough, New York University; Morgan Cundiff, Library of Congress; MacKenzie Smith, Harvard University; and Rick Beaubien, Berkeley. Powerpoint slides are available online for the papers given by Jerome McDonough, Mackenzie Smith, and Rick Beaubien.
Sunday November 18
Breakout session 6. 0915 - 1045
Benchmarking digital reproductions of printed books and serials, Anne Kenney, Director of Programs, Council for Library and Information Resources
Assessing the quality of digital images and imaging systems, Steven Chapman, Preservation Librarian for Digital Initiatives, Weissman Preservation Center, Harvard University
Comment and context, Robin Dale, Member Programs and Initiatives, Research Libraries Group
The IMAGES project: Building a metadata sharing community at the University of Minnesota, Chuck Thomas, Digital Projects Librarian, University of Minnesota Libraries. Powerpoint slides from this presentation are available online.
OAI. Where its been, what its accomplished, where it may be going, Daniel Greenstein, Director, DLF. Powerpoint slides from this presentation are available online.
Plenary session 3. 1130 - 1300
Digital libraries and models of academic support, Donald J. Waters, Program Officer, Scholarly Communication, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation