The Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL) took place May 7, 2013 – May 8, 2013 in Austin and many presentations and posters from the event are now available online.
Materials Currently Available
- 17 Presentations
- Slides From 5 Panels
- 22 Posters
- Material from one workshop and keynote
All of the material can be accessed and downloaded from this page.
Here’s a Small Sample of What’s Available
- Visualizing metadata by Violeta Ilik
- The Digital Preservation Network at UT Austin by Chris Jordan
- Determining and Mapping Locations of Study in Scholarly Documents: A Spatial Representation and Visualization Tool for Information Discovery by James Creel, Katherine Weimer
- From Mishmash to MeSH: Subject Headings Changes for a Collection by Cameron J Kainerstorfer, Heather Perkins
- Extreme Makeover: Digital Library Edition by Melanie Cofield
- How Digital Libraries Can Create a Culture of Open Access on Campus. Panelists: Spencer D. C. Keralis, Kris Helge, Laura Waugh, Shannon Stark, Anjum Najm
- Uncovering the Mysteries of Metadata Harvesting: Optimizing Digital Library Content for Summon Discovery Tool Access by Kelsey Renee Brett, Santi Thompson
- Collection Development for an Institutional Repository through Collaborations between Departments by Wilhelmina Randtke, Brian Detweiler
- When Too Many Cooks Do NOT Spoil the Broth: Selecting and Implementing a New Web Scale Discovery Tool for a Large University Library by Jane Fleming, April Kessler, Jade A. Diaz, Colleen Lyon, Sara Snow
- @InstitutionalRepository How Do I Preserve Internet Ephemera? #Twitter #Wordpress by Franny Gaede
- ETD Embargoes: A Comparison of Institutional Policies and Practices by Laura Hammons, Stephanie Larrison, Geneva Henry
- Curation and Preservation Services: Adapting Frameworks and Tools to Enable Sustainable Programs by Nancy McGovern
Many more presentations, posters, etc. from the conference are available here.