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Description: The official OSF project for iPres 2018 includes all of the conference materials that were shared by authors and presenters for discussion panels, paper sessions, workshops and tutorials, posters and demonstrations, and ad hoc programming. iPres is the premier and longest-running conference series that focuses on digital preservation. Our 2018 conference brought together more than 400 scientists, students, researchers, archivists, librarians, providers, and other experts to share recent developments, innovative projects and to collaboratively solve problems. Our 15th conference, iPres 2018 was co-hosted by MIT Libraries and Harvard Library in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Conference website: https://ipres2018.org/ Conference summary: https://osf.io/jdrt5/ Zip file of all papers: https://osf.io/jdrt5/ Copy of papers in iPres repository: https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/ iPres 2018 Organizing Handbook Update: https://osf.io/agh4n/

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  • 402. Formats

    Gordon
    The two papers in Session 402 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Formats, with examples of good practice and an associated discu...

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  • 401. Workflows

    The four papers in Session 401 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Worflows for digital preservation with examples of good practi...

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  • 312. Storage Organization and Integrity

    The two papers in Session 312 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Storage Organization and Integrity with recent examples of adva...

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  • 311. Preserving Audiovisual Formats

    The two papers in Session 311 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Preserving Audiovisual Formats with examples of practice. Sessi...

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  • 310. Data Curation

    The four papers in Session 310 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Data Curation with exampes of current practice. Session chair:...

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  • 309. Ingest Actions

    Stewart
    The two papers in Session 309 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Ingest Actions with two ARK-related examples. Session chair: Ke...

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  • 308. Feasibility and Appraisal

    Stewart
    The two papers in Session 308 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Feasibility and Appraisal with examples that address selection ...

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  • 306. Taking Stock after 15 Years

    Wittenberg
    This paper in Session 306 pairs with a discussion panel with the theme: Taking Stock after 15 Years for iPres2018, to consider our progress at this mi...

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  • 305. PREMIS Topics

    The two papers in Session 305 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of PREMIS, the implementation and promulgation of the community st...

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  • 304. Machines in Action

    The two papers in Session 304 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Machines in Action with technology-driven examples. Session cha...

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  • 208. National Case Studies

    Morrison
    The three papers in Session 208 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of National Case Studies providing examples of good practice at ...

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  • 207. Digital Art Preservation

    Morfin
    The four papers in Session 207 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Digital art preservation, including the opportunities and chal...

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  • 205. Web Preservation

    Perricci
    The three papers in Session 205 explore the issues and topics pertaining to Web Preservation with examples of good practice and recent developments. ...

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  • 204. Case Studies

    The four papers in Session 204 explore topics and issues pertaining to the theme of Case Studies, providing examples of good practice and recent devel...

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  • 401.4 Email Preservation at Scale: Preliminary Findings Supporting the Use of Predictive Coding

    Kaczmarek & West
    Email provides a rich history of an organization yet poses unique challenges to archivists. It is difficult to acquire and process due to sensitive co...

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  • 401.3 Data Recovery and Investigation from 8-inch Floppy Disk Media: Three Use Cases

    Adams, Roche & Sampson
    Significant progress and guidance has been produced in data recovery for 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch floppy disks, but similar recovery steps for 8-inch fl...

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  • 401.2 Revamping the "Difficult (Potentially)" but "Mostly Good" and "Pretty Smooth" Removable Media Workflow at the Bentley Historical Library

    Eckard & Hagen
    Archivists at the University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library recently concluded a project to review and initiate improvements to our five-year-...

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  • 312.2 The Oxford Common File Layout

    The Oxford Common File Layout (OCFL) initiative is an effort to define a shared approach to file hierarchy for long-term preservation. What began as a...

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  • 312.1 Checksums on Modern Filesystems, or: On the virtuous consumption of CPU cycles

    Computing checksums to prevent bit rot is accepted wisdom in the digital preservation community. Yet in other domains, this wisdom is approached quite...

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  • 310.4 The Art of Preserving Scientific Data: Building collaboration into the preservation of a legacy database

    Anderson, Braxton, Imker & 1 more
    Scientists collect, generate, and analyze data in a variety of forms. Oftentimes, this leads to datasets that have been organized, rendered, and store...

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  • 310.3 Earning trust: A case of digital preservation at two private archives

    Gillesse & Ras
    In this paper a comparison is made between two private Dutch archives (Het Nieuwe Instituut and International Institute of Social History) and how the...

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  • 309.2 ARK is in the Air: ARKs Trending in the French-speaking Area and the BnF’s Role in the ARK Story

    Caron, de La Houssaye, Ledoux & 3 more
    Recent years have been marked by growing adoption of Archival Resource Key (ARK) identifiers in France and in French-speaking countries, growing relia...

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  • 309.1 The application of E-ARK tools for archival interoperability to support a long-term sustainable Digital Single Market

    Aas, Anderson, Bredenberg & 1 more
    Since the early 2000s the European Union has promoted and supported the development of cross-border and digital means for conducting business and runn...

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  • 308.2 The Cost of Keeping It: Towards effective cost-modeling for digital preservation

    With the introduction of tools like the DLF’s Digitization Cost Cal- culator, forecasting and fundraising for digitization projects can be achieved wi...

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  • 308.1 Approaching Appraisal: Framing criteria for selecting digital content for preservation

    Digital preservation practitioners are often asked to make collec- tion and preservation decisions about content they steward; more often than not thi...

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  • 306.2 15 years of nestor: German Network of Expertise in Digital Preservation (paper presentation)

    Schrimpf & Tunnat
    nestor is the German network of expertise in Digital Preservation. Like iPRES, nestor looks back on a history of 15 years in 2018. On the occasion of ...

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  • 305.2 PREMIS 3 OWL Ontology: Engaging sets of linked data -- Award Winner: Best Short Paper

    Blair, Bountouri, Caron & 5 more
    The PREMIS 3.0 Ontology Working Group recognized the need for the preservation community to be able to use Semantic Web tech- nology to leverage syste...

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  • 305.1 Learning PREMIS Knowledge Base: a tool for humans and machines

    Inspired by the “Knowledge Base” definition of the Open Archival Information System: “A set of information, incorporated by a per- son or system, that...

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  • 304.2 Using blockchain to engender trust in public digital archives

    Bell, Brown, Bui & 6 more
    Archives are special – the homes of our collective memories. Although the archive is still widely perceived as a trusted custodian, archivists are awa...

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  • 304.1 Defining requirements for machine-actionable data management plans

    Miksa, Neish, Rauber & 1 more
    Data Management Plans (DMPs) are free-form text documents describing data used and produced in research projects. The workload and bureaucracy often a...

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  • 208.3 Preservation planning for emerging formats at the British Library.

    Day, Jenkins, Pennock & 1 more
    The British Library and the other UK Legal Deposit Libraries have been collecting various forms of born-digital digital publications since 2013 as par...

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  • 208.2 The Rescue of the Danish Bits - A case study of the rescue of bits and how the digital preservation community supported. -- Award winner: Best Long Paper

    The aim of this paper is to illustrate how vulnerable bit preservation is, regardless of how well prepared you think you are, and hopefully to inspire...

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  • 207.4 Evaluation of preservation strategies for an interactive, software-based artwork with complex behavior using the case study Horizons (2008) by Geert Mul.

    Noordegraaf, Rechert & Roeck
    In order to preserve software-based art the research community has primarily focused on emulation as a preservation strategy. The University of Freibu...

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  • 207.3 Open the museum’s gates to pirates: Hacking for the sake of digital art preservation.

    Heiss, Stricot & Vlaminck
    Third-party software dependency is a big threat for digital art- works. In this paper, we describe our experiences with artworks such as Remote Contro...

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  • 207.2 Digital Preservation in Contemporary Visual Art Workflows.

    Effective seeking, management, preservation and distribution of digital data objects are critical to successful and sustainable performance in a range...

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  • 205.3 The Many Shapes of Archive-It.

    Jones, Nelson, Nwala & 1 more
    Web archives, a key area of digital preservation, meet the needs of journalists, social scientists, historians, and government orga- nizations. The us...

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  • 205.1 Measuring News Similarity Across Ten U.S. News Sites.

    Atkins, Nelson, Nwala & 1 more
    News websites make editorial decisions about what stories to in- clude on their website homepages and what stories to emphasize (e.g., large font size...

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  • 204.4 Identifiers for Digital Objects: The case of software source code preservation.

    Di Cosmo, Gruenpeter & Zacchiroli
    In the very broad scope addressed by digital preservation initiatives, a special place belongs to the scientific and technical artifacts that we need ...

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  • 204.3 The Big Migration: Lessons learned at the completion of the 10-Year DRS2 Project -- Runner Up: Best Long Paper Award

    This paper shares lessons learned at the completion of a large multi- year project (2008-2018) to move to a next-generation digital preservation repos...

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  • 204.1 The Changing Landscape: Preserving Mexican documentary heritage.

    Morfin
    This paper provides insights into the Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico (National Library of Mexico)’s efforts to ensure proper stewardship over its digi...

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  • 203.5 All that work … for what? Return on investment for trustworthy archive certification processes – a case study.

    Lindlar & Schwab
    TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology hosts and operates a digital preservation system with three purposes: for the preservation...

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  • 203.3 Nothing succeeds like success: A framework for evaluating digital preservation outcomes.

    Digital preservation encompasses the theory and practice ensuring purposeful future use of digital resources. But how can one tell whether it has been...

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  • 203.2 Preservation Watch at the National Archives of The Netherlands.

    Lucker, Ras, Sierman & 1 more
    In 2015 a new preservation policy of the National Archives of The Netherlands (NaNeth) was approved. Part of our policy is the implementation of the s...

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  • 203.1 Implications of perceived preservation levels.

    This paper describes and explores the concept of perceived preservation levels and their implications. Perceived preservation levels are a way to comm...

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  • 402.2 PDF Mayhem: Is Broken Really Broken?

    In this paper, we focus on the quality of PDF files. We are interested in errors that validators report during the validation process: how accurate ar...

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  • 402.1 Adventures with ePub3 -- Runner Up: Best Short Paper Award

    Day & Pennock
    The role of standards in digital preservation is widely acknowledged. The current version of the ePub standard, used for publishing and disseminating ...

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  • 401.1 Between creators and keepers: How HNI builds its digital archive

    In 2017 Het Nieuwe Instituut (HNI) – Dutch agency for architecture, design and digital culture started a research project leading to the implementatio...

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  • 311.1 Latin American Observatory of sound and audiovisual archives (paper presentation)

    News, paradigm-shifting ideas, social movements, scientific discoveries and artistic creations have all been documented through audiovisual recordings...

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  • 310.2 From Theory to Practice: The art and implementation of trustworthy digital repository certification

    Tieman & Walls
    In January 2015, GPO initiated a project to assess FDsys/govinfo against the ISO 16363 Trustworthy Digital Repository standard. As part of the assessm...

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  • 310.1 The Network Electronic Archiving Concept for Organizing Digital Preservation for Small Archives

    Johansen & Nørøxe
    This paper presents details about a network organization that enables small public archives in Denmark to do professional digital preservation that bo...

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  • 207.1 Fencing Apparently Infinite Objects.

    Espenschied & Rechert
    Todays digital preservation practice focuses mostly on fixed or complete objects, which are defined by their manifestation as files or records with th...

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  • 204.2 The evolution of digital preservation at the Getty Research Institute: How workflows have evolved in the past five years to address our varied needs.

    Schroffel, Soleau & Wang
    Five years ago, at the Getty Research Institute, we implemented the Ex Libris product Rosetta to preserve and provide access to our digital collection...

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  • 203.4 Digital preservation interoperability through preservation actions registries.

    Current digital preservation systems such as Archivematica and Preservica lack a common and consistent way to describe and execute preservation polici...

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  • 208.1 Creating a holdings format profile and format matrix for risk-based digital preservation planning at the national archives and records administration.

    One of the greatest challenge for any archive is the multiplicity of file formats, some of which may be decades old. For the United States National Ar...

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  • 205.2 Off-Topic Memento Toolkit.

    Jones, Nelson & Weigle
    Web archive collections are created with a particular purpose in mind. A curator selects seeds, or original resources, which are then captured by an a...

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  • 404 Hide & Seek: making digital preservation FAIRer?

    Kilbride, Helmus, Ras & 1 more
    There is no central place or organized highway to get us to relevant publications. Is it possible that the community is satisfied with this relatively...

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  • 403 PDF/A:Unpacking the standardization process

    Sisco, Grevin, Han & 2 more
    Standards development is not a siloed process. International delegates cross physical and cultural borders to participate in online and biannual in-pe...

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  • 311.2 Never Best Practices: Born-Digital Audiovisual Case Studies from Production, University, and Federal Government Environments (discussion panel)

    Cariani, Peltzman, Fraimow & 2 more
    In this panel, archivists specializing in time-based born-digital workflows will discuss their use cases involving the span of collections processing ...

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  • 306.1 Taking Stock of Digital Preservation after 15 Years: What Worked, What Didn't, What's Coming (discussion panel)

    Sprout, Wittenberg, Morrissey & 2 more
    What has worked, and what hasn’t, in creating sustainable approaches to the acquisition and preservation of digital artifacts? What sorts of collabora...

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  • 301.2 iPRES at 15: Looking Ahead to iPRES at 30...

    During PART 2 of this moderated discussion, panelists will consider potential futures for iPres: What emerging trends in digital preservation need gre...

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  • 301.1 iPRES at 15: Achievements and Challenges.

    This year we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the International Digital Preservation Conference (iPRES). The first iPRES took place in 2004, hosted ...

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  • 209.2 Centralize it! : Creating infrastructure to support digital preservation. (Part 2)

    Handel, Prael & Whyte
    ​This panel will discuss the challenges and advantages of establishing centralized digital preservation intake services at large and distributed insti...

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  • 209.1 Policy-based collaborative approaches to preserving electronic government information. (Part 1)

    Matheson, Sittel, Etkin & 2 more
    This panel brings together government officials, researchers and librarians engaged in policy-making and digital preservation activities. Through faci...

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  • 202.2 Introducing the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation.

    ​This panel will introduce attendees to the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation, including the problems it was designed to he...

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  • 102. COPTR Edit-A-Thon.

    Erdman, Schumacher & Wheatley
    In the style of a traditional Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, the COPTR Edit-A-Thon workshop allows practitioners from around the globe to coalesce and spend a...

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  • 110. Digital Curation Workflows Based on Open-Source Software.

    Krabbenhoeft, Lee & Smith
    This workshop will focus on the development and implementation of workflows for digital curation, focusing specifically on those that incorporate open...

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  • 108. Using the Digital Preservation Storage Criteria.

    This workshop continues the discussion started in previous iPRES workshops on the characteristics of preservation storage. The goal of the workshop is...

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  • 107. Active Archive Curation and Preservation Management at Scale.

    Many institutions are now approaching two or more decades as archives whose mission is to maintain the usability, authenticity, discoverability, and a...

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  • 106. Human Scale Web Collecting for Individuals and Institutions (Webrecorder Workshop).

    Perricci
    Webrecorder is a prime example of the innovation and value that can be produced when art and science meet to tackle big problems such as those inheren...

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  • 105. Preservation of a Collaborative Community-Based Virtual Reality Collections.

    Copeland, Murillo, Wood & 1 more
    This workshop provides both a conceptual and technical instruction for a collaborative virtual reality (VR) preservation project. The Virtual Bethel p...

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  • 104. PRONOM in Practice: Creating File Format/System Signatures for Submission to PRONOM Technical Registry.

    Clipsham, Krabbenhoeft, Peltzman & 2 more
    Based on a series of online workshops presented by the Open Preservation Foundation in 2017, this workshop that will equip participants with the tools...

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  • 103. Cool Change: The NDSA Levels of Preservation Reboot: Update, Discussion, and Future Steps.

    Cariani, Daigle, Davis & 4 more
    This workshop seeks to both update the community on the current progress of the NDSA Levels of Preservation Reboot Working Group as well as to provide...

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  • 109. Understanding and Implementing METS.

    Bredenberg, Habing & Lehtonen
    This tutorial will provide participants with an introduction to the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS) and the METS Primer. It will gi...

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  • 101. Archiving Email: Strategies, Tools, Techniques.

    Edwards, Kilbride, Ferrante & 4 more
    Email preservation requires a complex interplay of personal skills and human/computer interactions to make decisions and execute preservation strategi...

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  • 212.04 OG5 An iPres global heat map

    The graphic uses data from the the proceedings / programs of all past ipres conferences. From the extracted data, authors / presenters were mapped to ...

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  • 212.03 OG4 Digitalbevaring.dk Illustrations

    The graphic combines several drawings used to accentuate articles on digital preservation at the Danish website digitalbevaring.dk. The centre of the ...

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  • 212.02 OG2 When Bad Archiving results in Good Art

    Le Meur
    A collaboration involving time, nature and slide copies has taken place in the European Organization for particle physics (CERN) between the construct...

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  • 212.01 OG1 OAIS functional diagram

    The graphics is a redrawing of the old Figure A-1 in the OAIS Reference Model. This drawing has a history of being in a colored form in the CCSDS 650....

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  • 212.08 G04 Digital Preservation Storage Criteria Game

    The Criteria Game is designed for learning and thinking about the Digital Preservation Storage Criteria. The players take turns prioritizing the Crite...

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  • 212.07 G03 Obsolescence

    "Obsolescence" is themed around the practices and challenges of digital preservation.  Each player assumes the role of someone working within the digi...

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  • 212.06 G02 Preservia

    Preservia, the Digital Preservation Board Game. Roll the dice and explore Preservia, where mismanagement and corruption led to a Digital Dark Age. Col...

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  • 212.05 G01 Save my Bits

    The purpose of this game is to have fun and hopefully at the same time learn more about bit preservation. The goal for each player is to get through t...

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  • 210.2 T2 Participatory Design for Software Preservation and Emulation Services (30 minutes plus Q&A)

    This ad-hoc session provides an introduction to Yale University Library’s Scaling Emulation and Software Preservation Infrastructure (EaaSI) program o...

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  • 210.1 T1 JHOVE 101: Open source file format validation (30 minutes plus Q&A)

    Wrigley & McGuinness
    JHOVE is an open source file format identification, validation and characterisation tool for digital preservation. It is maintained by the Open Preser...

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  • 212.13 LT25 Preservation community engagement with the W3C

    May
    The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) are keen to engage with the digital preservation community for comment on their draft Web Publications standard (h...

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  • 212.12 LT24 Harvesting the web menagerie: Wrangling Federal Files for Analysis of Legacy Files

    The Library of Congress web archiving (LCWA) program has been selecting and harvesting Web sites since 2000. From the current corpus, we are working t...

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  • 212.11 LT23 Preservation of Scalar-based works

    Kreymer
    I will present a lightning talk on a newly released prototype which combines automated web archiving, web browser emulation, and web server emulation ...

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  • 212.10 LT22 Quality control for disc images of computer-based art

    Farbowitz
    This presentation will focus on a specific area of research within the Guggenheim’s ongoing initiative to Conserve Computer-based Art (CCBA), explorin...

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  • 212.09 LT4 All Together Now: Why inclusion and diversity are important for Digital Preservation

    McMeekin
    A quick search on diversity in business will bring up numerous articles and studies quoting stats about the increased successes of organisations with ...

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  • 206.13 LT20 Preservation and access to non-traditional art and design theses work

    How are we archiving and providing access to non-traditional art and design theses work? Through the National Digital Stewardship Residency Art progra...

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  • 206.12 LT18 Web archiving at the National Library of Colombia

    Gutierrez
    Biblioteca Nacional de Colombia has begun the Colombian web archive as a part of digital deposit managed by Biblioteca Nacional de Colombia. Initially...

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  • 206.11 LT21 AI applied to Digital Preservation

    Martínez
    Accessioning and preserving digital content and records, as well as managing preservation workflows in the modern digital repositories, has been a com...

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  • 206.10 LT19 OPF Our Path Forward

    Wrigley & McGuinness
    This lightning talk will showcase the latest work from the Open Preservation Foundation. In June 2018 we launched our new strategy along with a refres...

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  • 206.09 LT17 Personal information in digital archives

    This lightning talk will present the author’s work on identification, review, and removal of personally identifiable information (PII) and other poten...

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  • 206.08 LT12 Fedora & Digital Preservation

    Fedora has been closely associated with digital preservation from the very beginning, but this relationship has evolved over time. Fedora was original...

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  • 206.07 LT10 ARKs in the open

    ARKs are a widely used to ensure persistent publicly resolvable links to objects. The ARK ecosystem is crucial to long-term access to digital objects....

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  • 206.06 LT9 Preserving Interactive Digital Works

    The division which brings together R & D and the technical services of the NFB, of which Jimmy Fournier is the director, was mandated in 2008 to i...

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  • 206.05 LT7 A digital preservation questionnaire for Nebraska

    Case studies and research articles covering digital preservation readiness and assessment have increased within the last decade; many of these finding...

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  • 206.04 LT6 The Digital Preservation Working Group led by the Interdepartmental Digital Archiving Program - Vitam

    Rebours
    This communication focuses on the working group that Programme Vitam is leading on digital preservation. This interdepartmental work must enable each ...

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  • 206.03 LT3 Gold (AU)DRIPSS: A Decision-Making Framework for Knowledge Management

    Developing and implementing a digital preservation strategy requires making decisions that have long-term implications. What is not always visible is ...

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  • 206.02 LT2 Environmental Sustainability

    Pendergrass
    Environmental sustainability is an imperative that has engaged the cultural heritage community for many years. This has taken numerous forms, such as ...

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  • 206.01 LT1 A controlled vocabulary for vintage carriers

    LCM+L has developed a controlled vocabulary for our vintage carriers. RDA $338 for computer carriers is wholly inadequate for the variety of vintage m...

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