2017 SAA Research Forum Agenda

 

2017 SAA Research Forum Agenda

Tuesday, July 25, 2017


9:00-  9:30 AM: Opening and Session 1


Welcome and Overview

Research Forum Program Committee [Slides]


Towards a Wicked Problems Research Agenda for Archival and Recordkeeping Scholarship

Eliot Wilczek (The MITRE Corporation) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Teaching Research Data Management to the World

Dr. Helen R. Tibbo (UNC-Chapel Hill) [Slides]


9:30-10:00 AM: Session 2: Examining Our Practice


Simple and Expedited Digital Appraisal/Processing: Testing Software and Developing a First Simple Workflow

Susanne Belovari (University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign) [Abstract/Bio]


Show Me Archives and the Community Engagement Legacy of Aurora Davis

Sarah Buchanan (University of Missouri) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


A Model for the Social Construction of Risk in the Audit and Certification of Trustworthy Digital Repositories

Rebecca D. Frank (University of Michigan) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


10:00-10:30 AM: Break


10:30-11:00 AM: Session 3: Repositories in Practice


Beyond the Repository: Exploring Integration Between Local and Distributed Digital Preservation Systems

Laura Alagna (Northwestern University) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


How Do Small Archives Steward Their Moving Image and Sound Collections? A Qualitative Study

Anthony Cocciolo (Pratt Institute) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Archives & DAM

Alice Cameron (Northwestern University) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


11:00-11:30 AM: Session 4: Architectural Records and Innovation


Actors, Artifacts, and Enduring Value in Architecture

Katie Pierce Meyer (University of Texas at Austin) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Asks and Answers: Interviews with Archivists on Born-Digital Design Records

Suzanne Noruschat (Yale University), Pamela Casey (Columbia University) [Abstract/Bios] [Slides]


Memory Happens Now: A Collaborative Strategy for Digital Preservation of Organizational Records

Nancy Hadley (The American Institute of Architects) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


11:30 AM-Noon: Session 5: Adventures in Discovery


Evaluating How Archival Websites Allow Researchers to Prepare for an In-Person Visit

Scott Pitol (University of Illinois at Chicago) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Proof of Existence: Methods for Adding Archival Resources to Wikipedia

Emily Vigor (UC Berkeley) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Access Strategies for Born-Digital Archives: Lessons of the International Fellowships Program Project

Jane Gorjevsky (Columbia University), Dina Sokolova (Columbia University) [Abstract/Bios] [Slides]


Noon-1:00 PM: Lunch


1:00-1:30 PM: Session 6: SAA Metadata and Digital Practice Review

Mark Matienzo (Stanford University) [Bio] [Slides]


1:30-2:30 PM: Posters and Demonstrations Session (see list of posters below)


2:30-3:00 PM: Break [and extra time for posters and demonstrations]


3:00-3:30 PM: Session 7: Lightning Talks


Archiving the Websites of Contemporary Composers

Bess Pittman (NYU) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Software Preservation: Building a Community of Research Practitioners

Wendy Hagenmaier (University of Texas at Austin), Alexandra Chassanoff (MIT) [Abstract/Bios] [Slides]


Teaching with Primary Sources: Building Resources for Success

Margery N. Sly (Temple University) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Archiving Spotify: How and Why to Track Your Music Streaming Data

Jennifer Eltringham (University of Denver) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Good/Bad, Happy/Sad: Conducting Sentiment Analysis on User Survey Data from Houghton Library with R

Emilie Hardman (Harvard University) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Adapting Archival Descriptions to the New Technology Environment

Jinfang Niu (University of South Florida) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


3:30-4:30 PM: Session 8: Exploring Diversity and Community Archives


“Her Own Version of History”: A Case Study of the Guerilla Girls Oral Histories at the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Erin Dickey (UNC Chapel-Hill) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


“Are You a Spy?”: Methodological Challenges to Studying Community Archives

Michelle Caswell (UCLA), Joyce Gabiola (UCLA) [Abstract/Bios] [Slides]


Diversity and Inclusion: Building the Texas Disability History Collection

Samantha Dodd (University of Texas at Arlington) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Cultural Diversity Competency’s Role in Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement

Helen Wong Smith (Kaua’i Historical Society) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Descriptive Practices on a Human Scale: Lessons from the StoryCorps Archive

Virginia Millington (StoryCorps) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


Cataloging in Spanglish: Capturing the Puerto Rican Experience Stateside Through Metadata (with Some Help from the Community)

Lindsay Wittwer (Hunter College, CUNY) [Abstract/Bio] [Slides]


4:30-5:00 PM: Session 9 and Closing


OSSArcFlow: Researching Archival Workflows for Born-Digital Content

Christopher (Cal) Lee (UNC-Chapel Hill), Jessica Meyerson (Educopia Institute) [Abstract/Bios] [Slides]


Looking Ahead to Next Year

Research Forum Program Committee [Slides]


Posters

>Share your Ideas for the Research Forum
Research Forum Program Committee Members

C2Metadata Project

Jared Lyle (ICPSR, University of Michigan) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


“Thinking About Appraisal”: Defining Appraisal Frameworks as a Continuum

Joshua Kitchens (Clayton State University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster] [Notes]


Curating Software: Practice and Promise

Alexandra Chassanoff (MIT) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Development of an Ontology of Functional Activities for Records Management and Archival Systems

Georg Gaenser (University of British Columbia) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


>The State of Reappraisal and Deaccessioning in Archives
Marcella (Wiget) Huggard (University of Kansas), Laura Uglean Jackson (UC Irvine) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]

Providing Access to Community Archives within Government Archives

Patricia Galloway (University of Texas at Austin) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Crowdsourced Transcription of Handwritten Mental Health Records

Unmil P. Karadkar (University of Texas at Austin) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


In Search of Longitudinal Health Data: Bridging the Divide Between Historical Medical Records and EHRs

Lorrie Dong (University of Texas at Austin) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Digital Preservation Storage Criteria: Community Document for Discussion

Gail Truman (Truman Technologies) , Kate Zwaard (Library of Congress), Sibyl Schaefer (UC San Diego), Jane Mandelbaum (Library of Congress), Nancy McGovern (MIT), Steve Knight (National Library of New Zealand), Andrea Goethals (Harvard University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Understanding (Mis)perceptions of Archives

Kelsey Duinkerken (Thomas Jefferson University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Gender Identity and Performance in Library Work

Tatiana Bryant (University of Oregon), Hilary Bussell (Ohio State University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Juggling Priorities: Lessons Learned During a Community Documentation Project

Tammi Kim (University of Nevada, Las Vegas), Emily Lapworth (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Mix and Match: Exploring Processing Efficiencies for Born-Digital Materials

Karla Irwin (University of Nevada, Las Vegas), Cyndi Shein (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster] [Notes]


Moving Image Social Tagging: Professional vs. Amateur Production Comparison

Edward Benoit (Louisiana State University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Decisions Are Never Easy: Establishing Processing Priorities

Amy Cooper Cary (Marquette University), Pam Hackbart-Dean (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Collections, Discovery, Users, and Use: A Systematic Assessment of Statistics for the University of Nevada, Reno Special Collections

Jeremy Floyd (University of Nevada, Reno), Jessica Maddox (University of Nevada, Reno) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Fostering Stakeholder Engagement by Building Archivist Competencies in Technology: A Preliminary Discussion

Amanda Jamieson (Western University), Anne Daniel (Western University), Amanda Oliver (Western University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Festival Caravan: Diversity in Action

Nathalie Proulx (Carson Brierly Griffin Dance Library) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Capturing the Current Scope: A Holdings Survey Initiative at the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Research Library and Archives

Danae Dracht (Detroit Institute of Arts) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Manuscript Cookbooks Survey: Building a Research Portal for Manuscript Cookbooks and Kitchen Artifacts

Alyse Hennig (Manuscript Cookbooks Survey) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Edit This! Enhancing Collaborative Public Programming Through Wikipedia Events

Rose Sliger Krause (Eastern Washington University), James Rosenzweig (Eastern Washington University), Logan Comporeale (Eastern Washington University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster] [Handout]


Student Employment Matters: Mapping Literacies and Learning Outcomes in Special and Digital Collections

Erin Passehl-Stoddart (University of Idaho) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Extracting Metadata from Digital Records Using Computational Methods

Ann Marie Mesco (Carnegie Mellon University), Kate Barbera (Carnegie Mellon University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


BitCurator NLP: Natural Language Processing for the Rest of Us

Christopher (Cal) Lee (UNC-Chapel Hill) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Where Are the Original Documents?: Comparison of Several “Captured Japanese Air Technical Documents” Lists

Yayoi Tsutsui (Hototsubashi University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster] [Notes]


Paradigms & Possibilities of Incarceration-Related Records

Rhiannon Cates (Portland State University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Archival Description and Network Analysis

Cory Nimer (Brigham Young University) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


Using the Archiving Lab: Values, Impacts, and Discourses

Amy Wickner (University of Maryland, College Park) [Abstract/Bio] [Poster]


 

Peer-Reviewed Research Papers

 

"Development of an Ontology of Functional Activities for Archival Systems" (PDF)

Georg Gaenser (School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia)



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