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<h1><strong>iPres2018 Detailed Schedule</strong></h1> <hr> <p><em><strong>Paper Presentations</strong> have different durations: Short paper presentations are 15 minutes and long paper presentations are 30 minutes including Q&A.</em></p> <p><em><strong>Minute Madness</strong> is a fast-paced tour of all the posters you’ll see during our Poster Session.</em> </p> <p><em><strong>Ad Hoc Programming</strong> has a lightweight submission process for sessions types including the first digital preservation gameroom, lightning talks, original digital preservation graphics, and ad hoc tutorials.</em></p> <hr> <h2>Monday, September 24, 2018</h2> <h3>09:00 - 12:30</h3> <ul> <li><em>Workshops and Tutorials</em></li> <li>101 <strong><em>Archiving Email: Strategies, Tools, Techniques.</em></strong> A tutorial by: Christopher John Prom, Patricia Patterson, Wendy Gogel, William Kilbride, Ricardo Ferrante, Glynn Edwards, and Camile Tyndall Watson -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>.</li> <li>102 <strong><em>COPTR Edit-A-Thon.</em></strong> A workshop by: Stacey Erdman, Jaime Schumacher, and Paul Wheatley -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>.</li> <li>103 <strong><em>Cool Change: The NDSA Levels of Preservation Reboot: Update, Discussion, and Future Steps.</em></strong> A workshop by: Bradley Daigle, Helen Tibbo, Corey Davis, Karen Cariani, Carol Kussmann, Sibyl Schaefer, and Mary Molinaro -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>.</li> <li>104 <strong><em>PRONOM in Practice: Creating File Format/System Signatures for Submission to PRONOM Technical Registry.</em></strong> A workshop by: Shira Peltzman, Justin Simpson, David Clipsham, Nick Krabbenhoeft, and Carl Wilson -- <strong>Room 216</strong>.</li> <li>105 <strong><em>Preservation of a Collaborative Community-Based Virtual Reality Collections.</em></strong> A workshop by: Angela Murillo, Ayoung Yoon, Andrea Copeland, and Zebulun Wood -- <strong>Room 217</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>13:30 - 17:00</h3> <ul> <li><em>Workshops and Tutorials</em></li> <li>106 <strong><em>Human Scale Web Collecting for Individuals and Institutions (Webrecorder Workshop).</em></strong> A workshop by: Anna Perricci -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>.</li> <li>107 <strong><em>Active Archive Curation and Preservation Management at Scale.</em></strong> A workshop by: Sheila Morrissey, Amy Kirchhoff, Stephen Abrams, Karen Cariani, Vinay Cheruku, Euan Cochrane, Michelle Lindlar, Marcel Ras, and Alex Green -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>.</li> <li>108 <strong><em>Using the Digital Preservation Storage Criteria.</em></strong> A workshop by: Andrea Goethals, Nancy McGovern, Jane Mandelbaum, Sibyl Schaefer, Gail Truman, and Eld Zierau -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>.</li> <li>109 <strong><em>Understanding and Implementing METS.</em></strong> A tutorial by: Karin Bredenberg, Tom Habing, and Juha Lehtonen -- <strong>Room 216</strong>.</li> <li>110 <strong><em>Digital Curation Workflows Based on Open-Source Software.</em></strong> A workshop by: Christopher Lee, Nick Krabbenhoeft, and Kari Smith -- <strong>Room 217</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>18:00 - 20:00</h3> <ul> <li><em>Where Art and Science Meet</em></li> <li>111 <strong><em>Welcome to Boston!</em></strong> A Reception hosted by: The MIT Libraries -- <strong>MIT Samberg Conference Center, 7th Floor</strong>.</li> </ul> <h2>Tuesday, September 25, 2018</h2> <h3>09:00 - 10:30</h3> <ul> <li><em>Plenary Session: Keynote</em></li> <li>201 <strong><em>Eve Blau, Harvard University Graduate School of Design</em></strong> -- <strong>Amphitheater</strong>.</li> </ul> <p>### 11:00 - 12:30 + <em>202. Values and Best Practices (discussion panel - chair: Sharon McMeekin)</em> + 202.1 <strong><em>Digging into the Digital Preservation Declaration of Shared Values.</em></strong> by: Sam Meister (moderator), Courtney Mumma, Bradley Daigle, Mary Molinaro and Corey Davis -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>. + 202.2 <strong><em>Introducing the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation.</em></strong> by: Leslie Johnston (moderator) Brandon Butler, Lyndsey Moulds, Jessica Meyerson -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>. + <em>203. Capacity and Accomplishment (paper presentations - chair: Andrea Green)</em> + 203.1 <strong><em>Implications of perceived preservation levels.</em></strong> A short paper by: Marco Klindt -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + 203.2 <strong><em>Preservation Watch at the National Archives of The Netherlands.</em></strong> A short paper by: Pepijn Lucker, Remco van Veenendaal, Barbara Sierman and Marcel Ras -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + 203.3 <strong><em>Nothing succeeds like success: A framework for evaluating digital preservation outcomes.</em></strong> A short paper by: Stephen Abrams -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + 203.4 <strong><em>Digital preservation interoperability through preservation actions registries.</em></strong> A short paper by: Matthew Addis, Justin Simpson, Jonathan Tilbury, Jack O'Sullivan and Paul Stokes -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + 203.5 <strong><em>All that work … for what? Return on investment for trustworthy archive certification processes – a case study.</em></strong> A long paper by: Michelle Lindlar and Franziska Schwab -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + <em>204. Case Studies (paper presentations - chair: Ashley Adair)</em> + 204.1 <strong><em>The Changing Landscape: Preserving Mexican documentary heritage.</em></strong> A short paper by: Jo Ana Morfín -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>. + 204.2 <strong><em>The evolution of digital preservation at the Getty Research Institute: How workflows have evolved in the past five years to address our varied needs.</em></strong> A short paper by: Laura Schroffel, Teresa Soleau and Lorain Wang -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>. + 204.3 <strong><em>The Big Migration: Lessons learned at the completion of the 10-Year DRS2 Project.</em></strong> A long paper by: Andrea Goethals and Tricia Patterson -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>. + 204.4 <strong><em>Identifiers for Digital Objects: The case of software source code preservation.</em></strong> A long paper by: Roberto Di Cosmo, Morane Gruenpeter and Stefano Zacchiroli -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>. + <em>205. Web Preservation (paper presentations - chair: Anna Perricci )</em> + 205.1 <strong><em>Measuring News Similarity Across Ten U.S. News Sites.</em></strong> A long paper by: Grant Atkins, Alexander Nwala, Michele Weigle and Michael Nelson -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>. + 205.2 <strong><em>Off-Topic Memento Toolkit.</em></strong> A long paper by: Shawn Jones, Michele Weigle and Michael Nelson -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>. + 205.3 <strong><em>The Many Shapes of Archive-It.</em></strong> A long paper by: Shawn Jones, Alexander Nwala, Michele Weigle and Michael Nelson -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>. + <em>206. Ad Hoc: Lightning Talks</em> + 206.01 LT1 <strong><em>A controlled vocabulary for vintage carriers</em></strong> by: Cynde Moya -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.02 LT2 <strong><em>[Environmental Sustainability]</em></strong> by: Keith Pendergrass -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.03 LT3 <strong><em>Gold (AU)DRIPSS: A Decision-Making Framework for Knowledge Management</em></strong> by: Courtney Butler -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.04 LT6 <strong><em>The Digital Preservation Working Group led by the Interdepartmental Digital Archiving Program : Vitam</em></strong> by: Mélanie REBOURS -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.05 LT7 <strong><em>A digital preservation questionnaire for Nebraska</em></strong> by: Jennifer Thoegersen -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.06 LT9 <strong><em>Preserving Interactive Digital Works</em></strong> by: Jimmy Fournier -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.07 LT10 <strong><em>ARKs in the open</em></strong> by: Sheila Morrissey -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.08 LT12 <strong><em>Fedora & Digital Preservation</em></strong> by: David Wilcox -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.09 LT17 <strong><em>Personal information in digital archives</em></strong> by: Tim Walsh -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.10 LT19 <strong><em>OPF Our Path Forward</em></strong> by: Martin Wrigley and Carl Wilson; additional author: Becky McGuinness -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.11 LT21 <strong><em>AI applied to Digital Preservation</em></strong> by: Antonio Guillermo Martínez -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.12 LT18 <strong><em>Web archiving at the National Library of Colombia</em></strong> by: Johanna Gallego -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.13 LT20 <strong><em>Preservation and access to non-traditional art and design theses work</em></strong> by: Cristina Rodriguez -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 206.14 LT15 <strong><em>Quantitative models of durability</em></strong> by: Micah Altman -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</p> <p>### 13:30 - 15:00 + <em>207. Digital art preservation (paper presentations - chair: Jo Ana Morfin)</em> + 207.1 <strong><em>Fencing Apparently Infinite Objects.</em></strong> A short paper by: Dragan Espenschied and Klaus Rechert -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>. + 207.2 <strong><em>Digital Preservation in Contemporary Visual Art Workflows.</em></strong> A long paper by: Laura Molloy (virtual) -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>. + 207.3 <strong><em>Open the museum’s gates to pirates: Hacking for the sake of digital art preservation.</em></strong> A short paper by: Morgane Stricot, Daniel Heiss and Matthieu Vlaminck -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>. + 207.4 <strong><em>Evaluation of preservation strategies for an interactive, software-based artwork with complex behavior using the case study Horizons (2008) by Geert Mul.</em></strong> A long paper by: Claudia Roeck, Klaus Rechert and Julia Noordegraaf -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>. + <em>208. National Case Studies (paper presentations - chair: Jane Morrison)</em> + 208.1 <strong><em>Creating a holdings format profile and format matrix for risk-based digital preservation planning at the national archives and records administration.</em></strong> A long paper by: Leslie Johnston -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + 208.2 <strong><em>The Rescue of the Danish Bits - A case study of the rescue of bits and how the digital preservation community supported.</em></strong> A long paper by: Eld Zierau -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + 208.3 <strong><em>Preservation planning for emerging formats at the British Library.</em></strong> A long paper by: Michael Day, Maureen Pennock, Caylin Smith, Ian Cooke and Jeremy Jenkins -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + <em>209. Organizational Context Considerations (discussion panel - chair: Ann Whiteside)</em> + 209.1 <strong><em>Policy-based collaborative approaches to preserving electronic government information. (Part 1)</em></strong> by: Roberta Sittel and Scott Matheson (moderators) Carla Graebner, Cynthia Etkin, Frederick Zarndt, Edward McCain, and David Walls -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>. + 209.2 <strong><em>Centralize it! : Creating infrastructure to support digital preservation. (Part 2)</em></strong> by: Timothy Walsh (moderator) Dinah Handel, Alice Prael and Jess Whyte -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>. + <em>210. Ad Hoc Programming - Tutorials</em> + 210.1 T1 <strong><em>JHOVE 101: Open source file format validation (30 minutes plus Q&A)</em></strong> by: Carl Wilson, Martin Wrigley and Michelle Lindlar; additional author: Becky McGuinness -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 210.2 T2 <strong><em>Participatory Design for Software Preservation and Emulation Services (30 minutes plus Q&A)</em></strong> by: Seth Anderson and Jessica Meyerson -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</p> <p>### 15:30 - 17:00 + <em>211. Group Meetings </em> + 211.1 <strong><em>Pop-up PREMIS Implementation Fair</em></strong> -- <strong>Amphitheater</strong>. + 211.2 <strong><em>iPres Community Open House</em></strong> -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>. + 211.3 <strong><em>Digital Preservationists Anonymous (aka Fail Club) [DPC Members Only]</em></strong> by: Paul Wheatley -- <strong>Pechet 1</strong>. + 211.4 <strong><em>NDSA Levels of Preservation reboot project</em></strong> by: Corey Davis -- <strong>Pechet 2</strong>. + <em>212. Ad Hoc: Lightning Talks / Original Graphics </em> + 212.01 OG1 <strong><em>OAIS functional diagram</em></strong> by: Eld Zierau -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.02 OG2 <strong><em>When Bad Archiving results in Good Art</em></strong> by: Jean-Yves Le Meur -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.03 OG4 <strong><em><a href="http://Digitalbevaring.dk" rel="nofollow">Digitalbevaring.dk</a> Illustrations</em></strong> by: Jette Junge -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.04 OG5 <strong><em>An iPres global heat map</em></strong> by: Michelle Lindlar -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.05 G01 <strong><em>Save my Bits</em></strong> by: Eld Zierau -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.06 G02 <strong><em>Preservia</em></strong> by: Remco van Veenendaal -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.07 G03 <strong><em>Obsolescence</em></strong> by: Colin Armstrong -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.08 G04 <strong><em>Digital Preservation Storage Criteria Game</em></strong> by: Andrea Goethals -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.09 LT4 <strong><em>All Together Now: Why inclusion and diversity are important for Digital Preservation</em></strong> by: Sharon McMeekin -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.10 LT22 <strong><em>Quality control for disc images of computer-based art</em></strong> by: Jonathan Farbowitz -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.11 LT23 <strong><em>Preservation of Scalar-based works</em></strong> by: Ilya Kremer -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.12 LT24 <strong><em>Harvesting the web menagerie: Wrangling Federal Files for Analysis of Legacy Files</em></strong> by: Jesse Johnston -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>. + 212.13 LT25 <strong><em>Preservation community engagement with the W3C</em></strong> by: Peter May -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</p> <p>### 18:30 - 20:30 + <em>Where Art and Science Meet</em> + 213 <strong><em>A Night at the Museum</em></strong> A Reception hosted by: Harvard Library -- <strong>Harvard Art Museum</strong>.</p> <h2>Wednesday, September 26, 2018</h2> <h3>09:00 - 10:30</h3> <ul> <li><em>301. 15th iPRES Anniversary (discussion panel)</em></li> <li>301.1 <strong><em>iPRES at 15: Achievements and Challenges.</em></strong> by: Evelyn McLellan (moderator), William Kilbride, Eld Zeirau, Cal Lee, Barbara Sierman -- <strong>Amphitheater</strong>.</li> <li>301.2 <strong><em>iPRES at 15: Looking Ahead to iPRES at 30...</em></strong> by: Jessica Meyerson (moderator), Corey Davis, Micky Lindlar, Sally Vermaaten, and Paul Wheatley -- <strong>Amphitheater</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>11:00 - 11:30</h3> <ul> <li><em>Posters and Demonstrations</em></li> <li>302 <strong><em>Minute Madness</em></strong> by: All poster and demo presenters -- <strong>Amphitheater</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>11:30 - 13:00</h3> <ul> <li><em>Posters and Demonstrations</em></li> <li>303 <strong><em>Poster Session</em></strong> by: All poster and demo presenters -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>12:00 - 14:00</h3> <ul> <li><em>Group Meetings</em></li> <li>303.1 <strong><em>STG meeting</em></strong> -- <strong>TBA</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>14:00 - 15:00</h3> <ul> <li><em>304. Machines in Action (paper presentations - chair: Aliza Leventhal)</em></li> <li>304.1 <strong><em>Defining requirements for machine-actionable data management plans</em></strong> A long paper by: Tomasz Miksa, Peter Neish, Paul Walk and Andreas Rauber -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li>304.2 <strong><em>Using blockchain to engender trust in public digital archives</em></strong> A short paper by: Alex Green, Mark Bell, John Sheridan, John Collomosse, Tu Bui, Alan Brown, Jamie Fawcett, Olivier Thereaux and Jeni Tennison -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li><em>305. PREMIS Topics (paper presentations - chair: Kat Thornton)</em></li> <li>305.1 <strong><em>Learning PREMIS Knowledge Base: a tool for humans and machines</em></strong> A long paper by: Angela Di Iorio and Marco Schaerf -- <strong>Pechet Room 1 + 2</strong>.</li> <li>305.2 <strong><em>PREMIS 3 OWL Ontology: Engaging sets of linked data</em></strong> A short paper by: Bertrand Caron, Angela Di Iorio, Charles Blair, Lina Bountouri, Rebecca Guenther, Evelyn McLellan, Elizabeth Russey Roke and Esme Cowles -- <strong>Pechet Room 1 + 2</strong>.</li> <li><em>306. Taking Stock after 15 Years</em></li> <li>306.1 <strong><em>Taking Stock of Digital Preservation after 15 Years: What Worked, What Didn't, What's Coming (discussion panel)</em></strong> by: Kate Wittenberg (moderator) with Panelists: Maureen Pennock, Barbara Sierman, Sheila Morrisey -- <strong>Pechet 2</strong>.</li> <li>306.2 <strong><em>15 years of nestor: German Network of Expertise in Digital Preservation (paper presentation)</em></strong> A short paper by: Sabine Schrimpf and Yvonne Tunnat -- <strong>Pechet 2</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>15:00 - 16:30</h3> <ul> <li><em>308. Feasibility and Appraisal (paper presentations - chair: Kelly Stewart)</em></li> <li>308.1 <strong><em>Approaching Appraisal: Framing criteria for selecting digital content for preservation</em></strong> A long paper by: Nathan Tallman and Lauren Work -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li>308.2 <strong><em>The Cost of Keeping It: Towards effective cost-modeling for digital preservation</em></strong> A short paper by: Kate Dohe and David Durden -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li><em>309. Ingest Actions (paper presentations - chair: Kelly Stewart)</em></li> <li>309.1 <strong><em>The application of E-ARK tools for archival interoperability to support a long-term sustainable Digital Single Market</em></strong> A short paper by: Karin Bredenberg, Kuldar Aas, David Anderson and Jaime Kaminski -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li>309.2 <strong><em>ARK is in the Air: ARKs Trending in the French-speaking Area and the BnF’s Role in the ARK Story</em></strong> A short paper by: Bertrand Caron, Jordan de La Houssaye, Thomas Ledoux, Sébastien Peyrard, Stéphane Reecht and Jean-Philippe Tramoni -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li><em>310. Data Curation (paper presentations - chair: Laura Alagna)</em></li> <li>310.1 <strong><em>The Network Electronic Archiving Concept for Organizing Digital Preservation for Small Archives</em></strong> A short paper by: Kathrine Hougaard Edsen Johansen and Kim Schou Nørøxe -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>.</li> <li>310.2 <strong><em>From Theory to Practice: The art and implementation of trustworthy digital repository certification</em></strong> A short paper by: Jessica Tieman and David Walls -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>.</li> <li>310.3 <strong><em>Earning trust: A case of digital preservation at two private archives</em></strong> A short paper by: Marcel Ras and Robert Gillesse -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>.</li> <li>310.4 <strong><em>The Art of Preserving Scientific Data: Building collaboration into the preservation of a legacy database</em></strong> A short paper by: Bethany Anderson (Susan Braxton presenting), Susan Braxton, Heidi Imker and Tracy Popp -- <strong>Bray Room</strong>.</li> <li><em>311. Preserving Audiovisual Formats (chair: Karen Cariani)</em></li> <li>311.1 <strong><em>Latin American Observatory of sound and audiovisual archives (paper presentation)</em></strong> A short paper by: Perla Olivia Rodríguez -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>.</li> <li>311.2 <strong><em>Never Best Practices: Born-Digital Audiovisual Case Studies from Production, University, and Federal Government Environments (discussion panel)</em></strong> by: Shira Peltzman (moderator), Rebecca Fraimow, Julia Kim and Erica Titkemeyer (virtual) -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>.</li> <li><em>312. Storage Organization and Integrity (paper presentations - chair: Andrea Goethals)</em></li> <li>312.1 <strong><em>Checksums on Modern Filesystems, or: On the virtuous consumption of CPU cycles</em></strong> A long paper by: Alex Garnett, Justin Simpson and Mike Winter -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>.</li> <li>312.2 <strong><em>The Oxford Common File Layout</em></strong> A short paper by: Andrew Hankinson, David Wilcox and Simeon Warner -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>.</li> <li><em>313. Ad Hoc: Digital Preservation Gameroom</em></li> <li>313.1 <strong><em>Save my Bits</em></strong> by: Eld Zierau -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> <li>313.2 <strong><em>Preservia</em></strong> by: Remco van Veenendaal -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> <li>313.3 <strong><em>Obsolescence</em></strong> by: Colin Armstrong -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> <li>313.4 <strong><em>Digital Preservation Storage Criteria Game</em></strong> by: Andrea Goethals -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>16:30 - 18:30</h3> <ul> <li><em>314. iPRES 2018 Awards Ceremony</em></li> <li>314 <strong><em>Celebrating Accomplishments: Paper Awards, Poster Awards, Other Announcements, and Fun ...</em></strong> -- <strong>Amphitheater</strong>.</li> </ul> <h2>Thursday, September 27, 2018</h2> <h3>09:00 - 10:30</h3> <ul> <li><em>401. Workflows (paper presentations - chair: Jaime Schumacher)</em></li> <li>401.1 <strong><em>Between creators and keepers: How HNI builds its digital archive</em></strong> A short paper by: Ania Molenda -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li>401.2 <strong><em>Revamping the "Difficult (Potentially)" but "Mostly Good" and "Pretty Smooth" Removable Media Workflow at the Bentley Historical Library</em></strong> A short paper by: Max Eckard and Alexa Hagen -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li>401.3 <strong><em>Data Recovery and Investigation from 8-inch Floppy Disk Media: Three Use Cases</em></strong> A long paper by: Walker Sampson, Abby Adams and Austin Roche -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li>401.4 <strong><em>Email Preservation at Scale: Preliminary Findings Supporting the Use of Predictive Coding</em></strong> A short paper by: Joanne Kaczmarek and Brent West -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> <li><em>402. Formats (paper presentations- chair: Bonnie Gordon)</em></li> <li>402.1 <strong><em>Adventures with ePub3</em></strong> A short paper by: Maureen Pennock and Michael Day -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>.</li> <li>402.2 <strong><em>PDF Mayhem: Is Broken Really Broken?</em></strong> A short paper by: Juha Lehtonen, Heikki Helin, Johan Kylander and Kimmo Koivunen -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>.</li> <li><em>403. Formats (discussion panel - chair: Bonnie Gordon)</em></li> <li>403 <strong><em>PDF/A:Unpacking the standardization process</em></strong> by: Lisa Sisco (moderator), Duff Johnson, Frederic Grevin, Yan Han, and Leonard Rosenthol -- <strong>Pechet Room 1</strong>.</li> <li><em>404. All's FAIR in Digital Preservation (discussion panel - chair: Jaye Weatherburn)</em></li> <li>404 <strong><em>Hide & Seek: making digital preservation FAIRer?</em></strong> by: William Kilbride (moderator), Barbara Sierman, Marcel Ras, and Wilbert Helmus -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>.</li> <li><em>405. Emerging Topic (community discussion)</em></li> <li>405 <strong><em>Storytelling and Digital Preservation: Creators and Curators</em></strong> by: Jessica Meyerson (moderator), Nancy McGovern, Jimmy Fournier, Darold Cuba -- <strong>Pechet Room 2</strong>.</li> <li><em>406. Ad Hoc: Digital Preservation Gameroom</em></li> <li>406.1 <strong><em>Save my Bits</em></strong> by: Eld Zierau -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> <li>406.2 <strong><em>Preservia</em></strong> by: Remco van Veenendaal -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> <li>406.3 <strong><em>Obsolescence</em></strong> by: Colin Armstrong -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> <li>406.4 <strong><em>Digital Preservation Storage Criteria Game</em></strong> by: Andrea Goethals -- <strong>2nd Floor Lounge</strong>.</li> </ul> <h3>11:00 - 12:00</h3> <ul> <li><em>407. Closing Session</em></li> <li>407 <strong><em>Farewell from iPRES 2018 and Welcome from iPRES 2019!</em></strong> -- <strong>Amphitheatre</strong>.</li> </ul>
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