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DLF Spring 2001 Forum. Draft summary program
Friday May 4th
Plenary session 1. 14:00- 15:30
Perspective from the Getty Research Institute, Jack Meyers, Deputy Director, Getty Grant Program
Plenary session 2. 16:15 - 17:15
Saturday May 5th
Plenary session 3. 09:15 - 10:30
Breakout session 1. 11:15 - 12:45
Personalized Library Services: The Case for an Open-Source Software Archive, Aaron Trehub, Director, Illinois Researcher Information Service (IRIS), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
A shared cataloguing tool for visual resources. Report on a DLF initiative, Max Marmor, DLF Distinguished Fellow and Head, Art Library, Yale University.
Breakout session 2. 14:00 - 15:30
The evidence in hand: The report of the task force on the artifact in library collections, Abby Smith (Director of Programs, CLIR).
Registering digitized monographs and journals, John Price Wilkin, University of Michigan
Usability testing in the California Digital Library, Rosalie Lack, Evaluation and Instruction Analyst, California digital Library and John Kupersmith, Service Design Analyst and project manager for MyLibrary@CDL, California Digital Library.
Understanding users and use of digital visual collections, Gale Halpern, Cornell Institute for Digital Collections
Using Web Stats and Query Logs to Improve Your Website, Kody Janney, Digital Initiatives Coordinator, University of Washington Libraries
Breakout session 3. 16:00 - 17:30
METS. A standard DTD for digital library objects. Report on a DLF initiative, Jerome McDonough, Digital Library Development Team Leader, New York University
Metadata harmonization and the bionic cataloger, Daniel McShane, Electronic Cataloging and Metadata Coordinator, Alderman Library, University of Virginia
Administrative Metadata for Managing Licensed Electronic Resources, Tim Jewell, Head, Collection Management Services, University of Washington
A living trust for research data: the library as trustee for researchers' digital collections, Bill Kehoe, Information Technology Services, Cornell University
Libraries and museums collaborate for the K-12 classroom, Nuala Bennett, Visiting Special Projects Librarian, Digital Imaging and Media Technology Initiative, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Assessing the costs of conversion. Some preliminary findings from the Making of America IV project, Maria Bonn, Head, Scholarly Publishing Office, Digital Library Initiative, University of Michigan
Working discussion of key issues in the Mellon e-journals archiving program, Dale Flecker, Associate Director for Planning and Systems in the Harvard University Library, Harvard University, and Daniel Greenstein, Director, DLF
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