Digital Library Brown Bag Series

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The Digital Library Brown Bag Series began in 2003, and continues to cultivate interest from both IU and beyond. The Series originated with a focus on digital libraries – standards, tools, and trends in the field – but has since expanded to include all areas and topics relevant to digital scholarship, including digital humanities and open access publishing. Brown Bag presentations focus on local practices and emerging trends, and are intended to encourage participation in digital library and digital research projects and initiatives.

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Remote Access to the Brown Bag
Brown Bag presentations are broadcast live via Adobe Connect. Go to http://connect.iu.edu/diglib to view and listen to each presentation. If you are not a registered Connect user, select "Enter as a Guest".

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Archives
You can access the archive of past presentations in IUScholarWorks.

Spring 2015 Digital Library Brown Bag Series

Presentations will be held from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EST in the Herman B Wells Library Room E159 (Hazelbaker Lecture Hall in the Scholars' Commons).

February 11, 2015
Room E159
Features of Omeka 2: Using the Exhibit Builder Plugin
William G. Cowan, Head, Software Development
Library Technologies

February 18, 2015
Room E159
Metadata’s Next Top Model: RDF and Its Impact on Digital Library Technology
Juliet L. Hardesty, Metadata Analyst
Metadata Systems and Services

February 25, 2015 CANCELLED
Room E159
Beyond the Thesaurus musicarum latinarum: Towards a Portal for the Study of Early Theoretical Works on Music
Giuliano Di Bacco, Director
Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature

Adam Hochstetter, XML Analyst for DH Applications
Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature

Dana Barron, Editorial Assistant
Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature

March 4, 2015
Room E159
Designing the Digital Scholarly Commons: "In Mrs. Goldberg's Kitchen: Jewish Life in Interwar Łódź"
Halina Goldberg, Associate Professor of Music
Jacobs School of Music

Adam Hochstetter, Web Developer
Jacobs School of Music

April 8, 2015
Room E159
Sailing the High Seas of Open Access Publishing with the OJS XML Galley Plugin
Nick Homenda, Digital Projects Librarian
Digital Collections Services

Shayna Pekala, Open Access Publishing Manager
Scholarly Communication

April 15, 2015
Room E159
Bibliography’s Place in Modern Humanities Research: A Case Study from The Chymistry of Isaac Newton project
Meridith Beck Sayre, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow
Digital Collections Services

April 22, 2015
Room E159
OLE! Exploring Our Upcoming Community Source Library Management Solution
Matt Sargent, Manager, Enterprise Library Systems
Indiana University Information Technology

Mark Feddersen, Principal Systems Analyst
Indiana University Information Technology