This week marks the 20th anniversary of the IU Statewide IT Meeting (ca 1995). So far so good, tomorrow features the grand opening of MDPI for IUB. We were delighted to have members of DPN (Digital Preservation Network) Steven Morales and Mary Molinaro on hand for discussions around our project.
Brad Wheeler #Statewide15 Meeting
Last week I was at the Unizin Innovation Summit #UIS15 in Grapevine, TX (near Dallas).
Had a great tway to me and met new friends.
Today I am at the OLE Board Meeting Summer Retreat at the Big 10 Center in Rosemont, IL supporting the mission of our wonderful board.
We have a great community that really wants to see change for how libraries are managed through our available software platforms.
Great view from the Hyatt here in Cambridge at the VIVO 2015 Opening Reception.
This week I am at the VIVO 2015 Conference. I am very excited about seeing all of my VIVO friends in Cambridge, MA this week. I am also part of this year’s Intro to VIVO Workshop with the wonderful Julia Trimmer, Paul Albert, Michaeleen Trimarchi and Brian Lowe. So far we are having a great time with our group of 12 attendees and are lookgint to share more info about VIVO.
Thanks again to @symplectic for these great VIVO Conference Badge lanyrds.
This week I am at the Harvard Purdue Data Management Symposium held in Cambridge, MA. Some great talks by @esayeed and others on this topic.
So this week I am at the 10th International Open Repositories Conference held here in Indianapolis, IN. This year Indiana University, the University of Illinois and Virginia Tech are the host sponsors. We have a large group of over 400 in attendance from all over the world. Welcome to Indy!
On Friday June 5, 2015 I will be speaking at a TLT Group Discussion on personal and scholarly archiving and preservation with Stephen Bell and Cliff Landis. Please join us! Below are my slides
See the link here: http://tltgroup.roundtablelive.org/event-1938612
Register here (it’s free): http://tltgroup.roundtablelive.org/event-1938612/Registration
“Saving Our Stuff?” – Continued
Presenters: Steven J. Bell – Temple University, Robert H. McDonald – Indiana University, Cliff Landis – Georgia State University, Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, and others
From Research References to Family Pix
Effective Practices in Personal Digital Archiving for Faculty and Students
On April 17 in FridayLive! we began “Saving Our Stuff,” but we discovered that there was greater interest and more to discuss than fit in that hour. Based on comments and requests, we scheduled this follow-up to go deeper into these 3 main categories:
Select, Organize, Make your own backup – How? Options & Cautions
- Disaster prep; Preservation; Save private copies or publicly accessible copies.
- Enable Refind/Retrieve via Cloud, Auto Backup Resources (e.g., Evernote, DIIGO Dropbox, Google Drive, Google Scholar, Amazon Cloud, iCloud, Carbonite, Sugarsync,Transporter, etc.) Free/Fee
- Rely on Wayback Machine? For what? Wayback Machine does not access our [non-public] past Blackboard or Moodle courses
- LMS Options, Limitations
“Fair Use” vs. CASE method = Copy And Steal Everything… vs. Other Alternatives
CREATE: Find, Adapt, Select, Protect, Organize(e.g., DIIGO, Google Scholar, Evernote)
USE: Citation, Permission & Payment: Enable Refind/Retrieve/Usage; via Permission, Citation Tools, Digital Object Identifiers, Creative Commons, ImageCodr,
For the next two days the IU Data to Insight Center is hosting the SEAD All Hands Meeting at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. At the meeting we will be discussing SEAD 2.0 release and futures for our data management and curation software services platform.
Here is another action shot of @MikeFurlough kicking off the 3rd Annual HTRC UnCamp that was held March 30-31, 2015 in Ann Arbor, MI. We had a great 1.5 days together showing off our work from this year’s deliverables on the HTRC as well as getting valuable user input on the future directions of our tools and services.