ItemShareable Local Name Authority Reference Model (Draft)Wang, Jing (2018-04)Reference model developed for shareable name authorities, extending the OAIS Reference model; this model is related to the National Strategy for Shareable Local Name Authorities National Forum (SLNA-NF) White Paper. The SLNA-NF project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services [LG-73-16-0040-16]. ItemNational Strategy for Shareable Local Name Authorities National Forum : White PaperCasalini, Michele; Chew, Chiat Naun; Cluff, Chad; Durocher, Michelle; Folsom, Steven; Frank, Paul; Gatenby, Janifer; Godby, Jean; Kovari, Jason; Lorimer, Nancy; Lynch, Clifford; Murray, Peter; Myntti, Jeremy; Neatrour, Anna; Nimer, Cory; Pilsk, Suzanne; Pitti, Daniel; Quintana, Isabel; Wang, Jing; Warner, Simeon (2018-03-29)White paper for the National Strategy for Shareable Local Name Authorities National Forum (SLNA-NF), an Institute of Museum and Library Services funded-project [LG-73-16-0040-16]. Details issues raised through discussions of the SLNA-NF, including minimum viable specifications, data provider obligations, workflows and reconciliation as a service. ItemShareable Authorities : Research Questions & Directions in the National Strategy for Shareable Local Name AuthoritiesKovari, Jason (2016-11-08)Slides from the 2016 Digital Library Federation conference presentation concerning background, discussion topics and projected outcomes of the IMLS-funded National Strategy for Shareable Local Name Authorities, a year-long forum of engaged in issues surrounding the sharing of local name authority and entity data. ItemCapturing the Web : Web Archiving in Cultural Heritage InstitutionsKovari, Jason; Dooley, Jackie M.; Peterson, Christie; Yarmey, Kristen (2016-06-23)Presentation on web archiving from four perspectives: technology, collection development, metadata and limited resources. Presented as a seminar as part of the 2016 RBMS (Rare Books and Manuscript Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries) Conference. ItemLinked Data for Production : Research Questions and Project GoalsKovari, Jason; Lorimer, Nancy; Bell, Joyce; Folsom, Steven; McCallum, Sally; Wacker, Melanie (2016-06-25)Presentation on project goals and research questions of Linked Data for Production (LD4P), an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded collaborative project between six institutions (Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Library of Congress, Princeton, and Stanford University); presented as part of the Library Linked Data Interest Group at the 2016 ALA Annual Conference. Discussion included project background as well as administrative and technology related issues. ItemLinked Data Efforts at Cornell University Library (selective) : a snapshot in timeKovari, Jason (2016)Since 2014, Cornell University Library (CUL) has been collaborating with Harvard and Stanford Universities on Linked Data for Libraries (LD4L), an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded initiative to model and produce library data as linked data. In this talk, Kovari reviews the efforts undertaken in LD4L and discusses on-going work at CUL to further model and produce library data as linked data. This presentation provides background on Cornell's efforts in the LD4L space, including upcoming work on LD4L Labs and LD4P, with a particular focus on efforts in technical services as well as collaborations both with and beyond the initial LD4L group. Further, the talk discusses two projects underway at Cornell: an IMLS funded National Strategy for Shareable Local Name Authorities and a local effort to investigate Vitro for local authorities. ItemLTS and Linked Data: a position paperChew, Chiat Naun; Kovari, Jason; Folsom, Steven (2015-12-16)"LTS and Linked Data: a position paper" outlines motivations for adopting linked data techniques for describing and managing our collections, and seeks to articulate a specific role for Library Technical Services (LTS) within this enterprise. ItemCornell University Library's Digital Collection PortalKovari, Jason; Colt, Jennifer (2015-10-20)Presentation about the in-development Hydra - Blacklight solution to discovery of digital collections at CUL; presentation given as part of the ARTstor SharedShelf NY-NJ-PA Regional Users Group meeting. ItemAll the Reasons to be a Fan of PCC's Strategic Directions 2015-2017: Shifting from Authorities to People, Places, Events, Awards…Folsom, Steven (2015-06-28)Catalogers are increasingly asked to focus on descriptive activities in areas both in and outside of the traditional catalog, e.g. institutional repositories, digital collections for archival materials, even… in how we describe our staff and services on the web. With this expansion of our mission comes an opportunity to reconsider how we describe, publish, and share our data so that it’s value extends beyond one system… beyond the library itself. With this increased scope, we must also consider how we might except and reuse data produced outside the library domain. ItemFaculty Collaboration(s) to Build Web Archives : a Cornell case studyKovari, Jason (2015-08-18)Slides from an Archive-It Partners Meeting presentation on collaboration between Cornell University Library and Cornell University faculty members in building web archives. ItemPreserving and Emulating Digital Art ObjectsDietrich, Dianne; Casad, Madeleine; Kovari, Jason (2015-05)Slides from IS&T Archiving 2015 Conference presentation about the Preservation & Access Framework for Digital Art Objects (PAFDAO) project, an NEH-funded effort to preserve CD-ROM based new media art from the Goldsen Archive of New Media Art; presentation includes discussion of disk imaging, emulation, metadata and repository ingest. ItemPreserving the History and Theory of Digital Art in Video and OnlineKovari, Jason; Berney, Tre (2015-04-24)Slides from presentation in which Kovari and Berney discuss a Cornell University College of Arts & Sciences Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences funded effort to preserve a teaching collection of VHS and websites related to the history of digital art. ItemIn the Service of Art: Metadata for Preservation of Interactive Digital ArtworksKovari, Jason (2015-06-27)Slides from a ALCTS-PARS Preservation Metadata Interest Group presentation at the 2015 ALA Annual Meeting; presentation focused on metadata captured as part of Preservation & Access Framework for Digital Art Objects (PAFDAO), an NEH-funded project to preserve CD-ROM based new media art from the Goldsen Archive of New Media Art. ItemNew Media Art : Preservation, Technical and Descriptive MetadataKovari, Jason (2015-04-23)Slides from Born Digital Workflows CurateCamp presentation about metadata captured as part of the Preservation & Access Framework for Digital Art Objects (PAFDAO) project, an NEH-funded effort to preserve CD-ROM based new media art objects held by the Goldsen Archive for New Media Art. ItemAccessing Digital Art: Emulation and Preservation of Complex Digital Art ObjectsDietrich, Dianne; Kovari, Jason; Paolillo, Michelle (2014-10-29)Slides by representatives of the Preservation & Access Framework for Digital Art Objects (PAFDAO) providing an overview of processes and workflows in the NEH-funded project to preserve CD-ROM based new media art; presentation given during the 2014 Digital Library Federation (DLF) forum. ItemConsultative Metadata Services @ Cornell UniversityKovari, Jason (2014-06)Slides from Kovari's presentation about consultative services provided by Cornell University Library's Metadata Services unit. ItemBuilding Freedom On The MoveKovari, Jason; Williams, Jeremy (2013-11-22)Slides describing the data model and infrastructure of Freedom on the Move, a database of runaway ads documenting enslaved peoples in the United States; slides derive from presentation at the 2013 Social Science History Association annual meeting.