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Description: Posters are ideal for reporting on emerging issues and on works in progress to improve knowledge, show new technical capabilities, or share solutions and experience in the field. Thi poster session opens with Minute Madness, a one-minute introduction to each poster by the presenter(s).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • P1. Significant Significant Properties -- Award Winner: Popular Poster

    Lucker, Sijtsma & van Veenendaal
    At the National Archives of the Netherlands, we are collecting both theoretical and practical research on significant properties, and are working on a...

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  • P2. Vitam Software Solution’s preservation features

    Laborde, Rebours & Vasseur
    This communication proposal aims to demonstrate the elements that allow the Vitam software solution to ensure the preservation of digital data and arc...

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  • P3. Concurrent migration from PREMIS 2 to PREMIS 3 and Islandora to CLAW

    Jordan
    Islandora currently generates and manages data describing periodic fixity verification for assets stored in its Fedora Commons 3.x repository. This da...

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  • P4. The PKP Preservation Network: A Free, Sustainable Preservation Service for OJS Journals

    Jordan & Sprout
    The Public Knowledge Project Preservation Network (PKP PN) provides free, sustainable preservation services for any journal running OJS (Open Journal ...

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  • P5. WestVault: COPPUL’s next generation Community LOCKSS Network

    This poster focuses on the innovative use of LOCKSS to establish a cost-effective preservation storage service using ownCloud to enable drag-and-drop ...

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  • P6. Portage’s Disaggregated Digital Preservation Strategy using the OO-IO Model

    Many of the current digital preservation initiatives in Canada are focused on the preservation of research data. CARL’s Portage is a national, library...

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  • P7. Trial migration of packaged digital publications to ensure long-term accessibility

    This poster presentation describes the efforts of the National Diet Library (NDL) to migrate packaged digital publications on a trial basis, including...

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  • P8. Time-travel with PRONOM – The fourth dimension of DROID

    Tunnat
    In a domain dealing with risks associated with the often quoted fast-changing technological landscape, it is surprising that one of the main tools we ...

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  • P9. Assessing the Impact of Digital POWRR Digital Preservation Institutes

    The Digital POWRR Project began in 2012 as an Institute of Museum and Library Services(IMLS) funded study to explore the creation of pragmatic digital...

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  • P10. Precise and Persistent Web Archive References - Status and expected progress of the PWID -- Award Winner: Best Poster

    This poster presents the Persistent Web IDentifier (PWID), how it works compared to other approaches and the expected progress of the PWID. This poste...

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  • P11. Collaborating with Artists to Identify Preservation Risks Facing Digital Art

    Advocating for the care of new and emerging forms of digital art requires understanding its preservation and access risks. Speaking directly with arti...

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  • P12. You Transfer? UTransfer! - Evaluating year one of the UTransfer service provided by the University of Toronto Archives & Records Management Services

    This poster evaluates the challenges and successes of implementing UTransfer, a cloud-based transfer service to acquire digital records at the Univers...

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  • P13. A Code of Ethics for Digital Preservation

    Gattuso, Goethals & McKinney
    The digital preservation community has been without a code of ethics until this point. The National Library of New Zealand, in conjunction with the Na...

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  • P14. Should we keep everything forever (reprised)? Preservation review of research data in a repository as an art and a science

    Anderson, Braxton, Fallaw & 5 more
    The Illinois Data Bank was established in 2016 as an institutional file-based repository for research data (Hetrick et al. 2018). The service commits ...

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  • P15. A maturity and resourcing survey for building digital preservation business cases

    This poster outlines the design of a new survey created by the Digital Preservation at Oxford and Cambridge (DPOC) project, in collaboration with the ...

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  • P16. Gaining Control: File Maintenance And Validation In Audiovisual Collections

    Lemmens, Lorain & Prandoni
    This poster outlines high-level findings of the international Digital Preservation Maturity, Resourcing, Policy and Strategy survey. The survey was cr...

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  • P17. Data Curation as a Mechanism for Fostering Computational Reproducibility in bioNMR

    Gryk & Ludaescher
    This poster describes our recent and ongoing efforts for fostering computational reproducibility for biomolecular nuclear magnetic resonance (bioNMR) ...

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  • P18. Digital preservation of cultural heritage for small institutions

    Däßler & Preuß
    We describe a concept of digital preservation for smaller cultural heritage institutions without their own infrastructure. The concept is based on the...

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  • P19. 3D Imaging, Cross-Cultural Collaboration, and Repatriation: Working to Support an NEH Grant to Build an Elk Cultural Heritage Collection for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho

    Lehman & Ricupero
    Understanding and Communicating the Role of Elk on the Wind River Reservation is a three year grant funded initiative to create an inter-tribal digita...

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  • P20. Middle-Where?: Preservation as Negotiation for Workflow Integration

    At Virginia Tech our unit, Digital Imaging and Preservation Services, is a newly formed team whose goal is to establish a fully integrated digital cur...

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  • P21. OSSArcFlow: What Differences Make a Difference in Digital Curation Workflows?

    Post, Rabkin, Lee & 5 more
    This poster will describe the scope, activities, and preliminary findings of the Open Source Software Archival Workflow (OSSArcFlow) project, which br...

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  • P22. Digital Preservation in iSchool Curricula

    Straube
    The current restructuring of the Master in Library and Information Studies at UCL Qatar provides the motive for a curriculum analysis of the leading p...

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  • P23. Scaled and automated preservation planning for highly diverse digital collections: the Integrated Preservation Suite

    May
    The Integrated Preservation Suite (IPS) is an internally-funded three-year initiative of the Library’s Digital Preservation Team at the British Librar...

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