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MAY 13 - 14, 2005

Fedora Users' Conference - Program Details

Friday, May 13, 2005

8:30 Continental Breakfast
9:00 Welcome and Introductory Remarks - Marianne Gaunt (Rutgers University Librarian)
9:15 Getting Started with Fedora - Grace Agnew (Rutgers University - Associate University Librarian for Digital Library Services)
Abstract    Grace Agnew    Charts
9:45 The University of Virginia Digital Library Implementation Leslie Johnston (University of Virginia)
Abstract    Leslie Johnston     Charts
10:30 BREAK
11:00 The New Jersey Digital Highway Ruth Bogan, Linda Langschied (Rutgers University)
Abstract    Ruth Bogan    Linda Langschied     Charts
11:45 Architecture, Process and Object Models for the Encyclopedia of Chicago - Bill Parod (Northwestern University)
Abstract    Bill Parod     Charts
12:30 LUNCH
1:30 Update on FEDORA Software Plans Sandy Payette (Cornell University)
Abstract    Sandy Payette     Charts
2:15 Architecting Extensible Digital Repository Services - Rob Chavez (Tufts University)
Abstract    Rob Chavez     Charts
3:00 Establishing FEDORA as a Leader: Achieving Market Penetration Carl Grant (VTLS, Inc.)
Abstract    Carl Grant     Charts
3:45 BREAK
  • 4:00 Australian Research Repositories Online to the World - Angela Merchant, Geoff Payne (VTLS, Arrow) (Room - TLH)
  • 4:30 Using Fedora for Digital Video - Jon Dunn (Indiana University) (Room - TLH)
  • 4:00 UVA Library Central Digital Repository - Leslie Johnston (University of Virginia) (Room - IHL)
  • 4:30 The Encyclopedia of Chicago - Bill Parod (Northwestern University) (Room - IHL)
6:00 Cocktails (Cash Bar) - Hyatt Regency Hotel
7:00 Dinner
8:30 After-Dinner Speaker- Sandy Payette (Cornell University)
  Fedora: Collaborative Opportunities and Long-Term Sustainability
9:00 Post-Dinner Informal Discussions

Saturday, May 14

8:30 Continental Breakfast
9:00 Researching FEDORA's ability to Serve as a Preservation System for Electronic University Records - Robert Dockins (Tufts University), Kevin Glick (Yale University) and Eliot Wilczek (Tufts University)
Abstract    Robert Dockins    Kevin Glick    Eliot Wilczek    Charts
9:45 Digital Preservation Using the FEDORA Framework - Ron Jantz (Rutgers University)
Abstract    Ron Jantz     Charts
10:30 BREAK
10:45 The AGU Digital Archive - Case Study of a Publisher's Use of FEDORA - Carter Glass (American Geophysical Union)
Abstract    Carter Glass     Charts
11:30 NSDL: Creating a Network Overlay Architecture with FEDORA - Carl Lagoze (Cornell University)
Abstract    Carl Lagoze     Charts
12:15 LUNCH
  • 1:00 ELATED, a web-based Fedora client application (Java/J2EE) that allows Fedora to be accessed and used as a general-purpose digital assets management system - Eric Jansson (Assistant Director for Systems and Development - ACS Technology Center) (Room - TLH)
  • 1:30 Fedora Development at Hamilton College Library - Peter MacDonald (Hamilton College) (Room - TLH)
  • 1:00 New Jersey Digital Highway - Ruth Bogan, Jeffrey Triggs (RU Libraries) (Room - IHL)
  • 1:30 Workflow Management System - Kalaivani Ananthan (RU Libraries) (Room - IHL)
2:00 Open Issues Discussion and Conference wrap up
Abstract    Moderators - Michael Giarlo, Ron Jantz (Rutgers University)
3:00 Formal Conference Concludes (Informal discussion can continue)


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