Presentations

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Designing, Timing, and Determining the Feasibility of Curatorial Interventions to Support Data Reuse

By Elizabeth Yakel, Sarah Whitcher Kansa

Yakel highlights findings from a case study, including data creation and selection practices that negatively influenced other stages of the data lifecycle and the curatorial interventions that mitigated these practices to create a more positive data reuse experience. Kansa discusses implications the findings have on the design, timing, and feasibility of curatorial interventions during a data’s lifecycle.

Topics: Research Data Management, Works in Progress

“A little bit of communication can go a long way.” The importance of Library Community Involvement and Relationship Building

“A little bit of communication can go a long way.” The importance of Library Community Involvement and Relationship Building

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway

National Library of Wellington
Te Puna Libraries, New Zealand

In this presentation, Lynn Silipigni Connaway describes the different roles libraries play, and how libraries are centering themselves in the life of their users in several important ways. She also provides an overview of the OCLC Research Library Partnership.

Topics: Student Support

“I like interlibrary loans a lot. I don’t like that three- or four-days turnaround.”  Academic Librarian and User Expectations for Accessing Resources and Perceptions of ILL

“I like interlibrary loans a lot. I don’t like that three- or four-days turnaround.” Academic Librarian and User Expectations for Accessing Resources and Perceptions of ILL

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway

University of Melbourne, Baillieu Library
Melbourne, Australia

The presentation provides a detailed look at recent focus group research to assess resource sharing and interlibrary loan challenges and expectations. The effort aims to influence and guide strategic direction and product development of OCLC delivery services.

Topics: Resource Sharing

Socializing Context in Research Data Reuse

Socializing Context in Research Data Reuse

By Elizabeth Yakel, Ixchel M. Faniel

Digital Preservation Conference 2019
Tampa, Florida, USA

Presenters focus on data reuse and the data reuser's need for contextual information, the sources of context information, and the reasons why this information is needed.

Topics: Research Data Management

Public Libraries Respond to the Opioid Crisis with Their Communities

Public Libraries Respond to the Opioid Crisis with Their Communities

By Kendra Morgan

West Virginia Library Association
Shepherdstown, West Virginia, USA

Morgan provides an overview of the research and the outcomes of the OCLC and Public Library Association project "Public Libraries Respond to the Opioid Crisis with Their Communities" in this presentation.

How IIIF standards improve search and discovery for Cultural Heritage collections

How IIIF standards improve search and discovery for Cultural Heritage collections

By Jeff Mixter

DLF Forum
Tampa, Florida, USA

IIIF is an emerging standard for sharing digital structural metadata. OCLC is an active member of the IIIF community and has been working to integrate the standard in is services/products. This talk discusses the experimental IIIF work being done by OCLC Research to help test evolving IIIF standards and help integrate them into production services.

Topics: IIIF, Linked Data