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Tuesday, August 2 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Research Forum Posters and Demonstrations Session

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To Choose or Not to Choose: Appraisal and Selection in the Guggenheim Museum Archives Video and Sound Recordings Project
Joey Cabrera (Guggenheim Museum Archives), Tali Han (Guggenheim Museum Archives), and Rossy Mendez (NYC Municipal Archives)

From Project to Strategy: Scalable Digital Curation at Ohio University Libraries
Janet Carleton, Sara Harrington, and Miriam Nelson (Ohio University Libraries)

Natural Language Processing for Archival Description of Electronic Records: Potential and Priorities
Alexandra Chassanoff, Christopher (Cal) Lee, Sunitha Misra, and Kam Woods, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

National Memories Never Gone: Enhance Our Archival Quality and Quantity Macroscopically and in Sequence
Yi-Pei Chen and Mei-Jung Chen (National Archives Administration of Taiwan)

Bridges Not Walls: Connecting Community Archives with Cultural Institutions
Andrea Copeland and Ayoung Yoon (Indiana University School)

Steps on the Path to Enriching and Enhancing Archival Moving Images with Linked Data: A Comparison of Potential Description Models for Moving Image Production and Archiving
Karen F. Gracy (Kent State University)

Provenance of a Tweet
Dan Kerchner, Justin Littman, Christie Peterson, Vakil Smallen, Rachel Trent, and Laura Wrubel (George Washington University)

Archives in the News! An Examination of Mainstream Media Coverage of Archives
Lori Lindberg (San Jose State University) and Erin Fleak (Kent State University)

Safeguarding the Charters of Freedom from Nuclear Attack in 1975: Agency Convergence and Idea Divergence
Mei Johnson and Valerie Marlowe (University of Delaware)

Teaching the Masses about Research Data Management
Dr. Helen R. Tibbo (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Infrastructure and the Archive: Supporting Information Management Practices in the Humanities
Ciaran B. Trace (University of Texas at Austin)

Issues on Ernst Papers in NARA, from the Viewpoint of a Japanese Archivist
Yayoi Tsutsui (Hitotsubashi University)

A & D @ the Research Forum: Trends in Arrangement and Description Topics over the Last 10 Years
Katherine M. Wisser (Simmons College)

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janet carleton

Digital Initiatives Coordinator, Ohio University
Janet Carleton is Digital Initiatives coordinator for Ohio University Libraries where she is responsible for the digitization and digital preservation of the Libraries unique resources, and promoting their use through social media. She is active in SAA, regional, and state archives organizations, and is the convener for the Ohio Digitization Interest Group. She holds a MLIS from the University of Texas at Austin, archives specialization; a... Read More →

Alexandra Chassanoff

CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow
Alexandra Chassanoff is a newly minted CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow working in Software Curation at MIT Libraries beginning in September. She is currently the Project Manager at BitCurator Access. She will receive her doctorate this fall from the School of Information and Library Science at UNC Chapel Hill, and received her Master’s in Information Science from UNC in 2009.

Mei-Jung Chen

National Archives Administration n(NAA) of Taiwan

Yi-Pei Chen

National Archives Administration n(NAA) of Taiwan

Andrea Copeland

Associate Professor, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Andrea Copeland is an Associate Professor in the Department of Library and Information Science in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University in Indianapolis. For the past decade, she has researched public libraries and their relationship with communities. Her current research projects focus on connectingthe cultural outputs of individuals and community groups to a sustainable preservation infrastructure. In particular, the... Read More →
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Erin Fleak

Prospect Research Analyst and Consultant, Ohio State University
Erin Fleak is currently a Prospect Research Analyst and Consultant for The Ohio State University. She earned her MLIS from Kent State University in May of 2015 with a focus in Archives, Special Libraries and Special Collections. Erin completed an internship with the Special Collections Description and Access unit of The Ohio State University Libraries including a finding aid for the Jerry Tarver Collection of Elocution, Rhetoric and Oratory on... Read More →
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Tali Han

Assistant Archivist and Project Manager, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Tali Han is the Assistant Archivist and Project Manager for the Video and Sound Recordings Grant Project and manages the project timeline, processing documentation, and project collaborations. Her responsibilities at the Guggenheim also include reference services, staff training, database management, born-digital archives, records management, accessions, and archival processing.

Sara Harrington

Ohio University

Mei Johnson

University of Delaware
Mei Johnson is a PhD Candidate in Disaster Science and Management in the School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware, and a Graduate Research Assistantat the Disaster Research Center (DRC). Johnson works with Pat Young, DRC Resource Collection Coordinator, developing and implementing processes and procedures for the cataloging of special collections acquisitions. Johnson holds a Master’s degree in Disaster Science... Read More →

Dan Kerchner

Software Developer and Librarian, George Washington University
Dan Kerchner is a software developer and librarian with George Washington University Libraries.
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Christopher (Cal) Lee

Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Christopher (Cal) Lee is Professor at the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He teaches archival administration; records management; digital curation; understanding information technology for managing digital collections; and digital forensics. He is a lead organizer and instructor for the DigCCurr Professional Institute, and he teaches professional workshops on digital forensics methods... Read More →

Lori Lindberg

Lecturer, San Jose State University
Lori Lindberg is Lecturer in the Master of Archives and Records Administration (MARA) degree and the archives specialization in the MLIS degree at San Jose State University's School of Information. She is the Faculty advisor for SJSU's Society of American Archivists Student Chapter -SJSU SAASC. Along with her work for SJSU, Lori has taught courses at UCLA, the University of Wisconsin -Madison, and Kent State University, as well as lectures and... Read More →

Justin Littman

Software Developer and Librarian, George Washington University
Justin Littman is a software developer / librarian with George Washington University Libraries.
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Valerie Marlowe

Doctoral Candidate, University of Delaware
Valerie Marlowe is a PhD Candidate in Disaster Science and Management in the School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware, and a Graduate Research Assistantat the DRC. Marlowe works with Dr. James Kendra, DRC Director, studying organizations and the production of new culturalheritage post-disaster. Marlowe holds a Master’s degree in Leadership and Organizational Performance from Vanderbilt University, and prior to... Read More →

Rossy Mendez

NYC Municipal Archives
Rossy Mendez was the Project Archivist and now works at the NYC Municipal Archives. Prior to the Guggenheim, Rossy worked as a Public Services Project Archivist at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library of Princeton University where her work included processing collections related to the university's history. Rossy has also processed collections at the NYC Department of Environmental Protection, the Esteban Vicente Archives, and the Burke... Read More →
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Miriam Nelson

Head of Preservation, Ohio University
Miriam Nelson is head of Preservation for Ohio University Libraries where she oversees the conservation of the general and special collections and the administration of the Libraries’ preservation program. In addition, she manages the SEO Library Depository, a high density storage facility for the long-term storage of library collections. Miriam holds an MLS from Indiana University; an MA in Cultural Memory from the University of London, School... Read More →
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Christie Peterson

University Archivist, George Washington University
Christie Peterson is the university archivist at George Washington University. She graduated from the University of Michigan’s School of Information, and has previously worked in archives at Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University and Bates College.
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Vakil Smallen

National Education Association Project Archivist, George Washington University
Vakil Smallen is the National Education Association Project Archivist at George Washington University. He graduated from the University of Maryland iSchool. Before coming to GWU, he worked in the Archives of the International Monetary Fund.
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Ciaran B. Trace

Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin
Ciaran B. Trace is an associate professor at the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin and the editor ofInformation & Culture: A Journal of History. Ciaran has a PhD in Library and Information Science from the University of California, Los Angeles and a postgraduate Diploma in Archival Studies from University College Dublin. Ciaran’s overall research focus is studying what constitutes a literate society, and the role that... Read More →
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Rachel Trent

Digital Services Manager, George Washington University
Rachel Trent is Digital Services Manager at George Washington University Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center. She has worked in the area of social media archiving previously at the State Library of North Carolina and at the State Archives of North Carolina. | MSIS, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; MA, Public History, North Carolina State University, BA Sociology and History, University of Pennsylvania

Yayoi Tsutsui

Lecturer, Hitotsubashi University
Yayoi Tsutsui is a certified archivist by Academy of Certified Archivists and a registered archivist of the Japan Society for Archival Science. She is a part-time lecturer of Hitotsubashi University and a part time staff of National Institute of Japanese Literature. She is also a part-time student of Gakushuin University. She earned a Master of Arts in Archival Science degree from Gakushuin University, the first graduate school of Archival... Read More →

Katherine M. Wisser

Associate Professor, Simmons College
Katherine M. Wisser is Associate Professor and co-Director of the Dual Degree program in Archives and History at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Simmons College. Previously, she served as the Director of Instructional Services at the School of Information and Library Science (SILS), UNC-Chapel Hill and worked professionally in New Hampshire and North Carolina. She was a teaching fellow at the SILS from 2001-2009. She... Read More →

Kam Woods

BitCurator, UNC Chapel Hill
Kam Woods is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently Technical Lead on the BitCurator project, and works with Dr. Cal Lee developing techniques and tools to assist in long-term archiving of born-digital data. Kam’s research focuses on long-term preservation of born-digital materials. He is interested in interdisciplinary approaches... Read More →

Laura Wrubel

Software Development Librarian, George Washington University
Laura Wrubel is a software development librarian at George Washington University and current PI for the grant “Building and Sustaining Social Media Collections: Tools and Policy Recommendations for Collection Development and Management,” from the NHPRC. She has been helping faculty and students at GW collect and work with social media data since 2012.

Ayoung Yoon

Assistant Professor, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Ayoung Yoon is an Assistant Professor at Indiana University School of Informatics and | Computing (IUPUI), Department of Library and Information Science. Her research interests include data curation, open data, data sharing and reuse, and community engagement for data reuse.

Tuesday August 2, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Salon E Hilton Atlanta, 255 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

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