May 19, 2022

Now Online: Materials from Project Briefings at Coalition For Networked Information (CNI) Fall 2011 Membership Meeting

The 2011 Fall Membership Meeting place about two weeks ago in Arlington, VA.

You can find presentation handouts, slides, other materials on this page.  Video of some sessions should be online in the next month.

Below is an alphabetical list of the titles of the project updates. You can access links to slides and others materials on this page.

  • 2011 Digital Preservation Initiatives
  • Art Images Online: Leveraging Social Tagging and Language for Browsing
  • Building Capacity for Demonstrating the Value of Academic Libraries: A Report on Recent ACRL Summits
  • Building Data Management Services at Johns Hopkins UniversityCapturing Research Data: A MODS Metadata Application Profile for Institutional Repositories
  • Cost Forecasting Model for New Digitization Projects
  • Crowd Sourcing Metadata
  • DAITSS Digital Preservation System: Re-architected, Re-written, and Open Source
  • Data Lifecycle Management
  • Data Management Strategies
  • The DMPTool: Online Guidance and Resources for Your Data Management Plan
  • ETDs as Prior Publications: The 2011 NDLTD Publishers’ Survey
  • Europeana Libraries: Establishing THE Library Aggregator for Europe
  • Exhibit 3.0: The New and Improved Linked Data Publishing Platform
  • Geospatial Literacy: Developing an Innovative and Student-centered Approach through Blended Learning
  • HathiTrust: Reviewing Goals, Accomplishments, and Opportunities for Collective Action
  • Hydra: One Body, Many Heads for Repository-Powered Library Applications
  • Ideas that Drive Technology Innovation: Perspectives from Two Institutions
  • IMLS Funding Opportunities and Updates: 2012
  • Indiana University eText Program
  • The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF): Laying the Foundation for Common Services, Integrated Resources and a Marketplace of Tools for Scholars Worldwide
  • JSTOR’s Big Data Challenge: Mining Log Files to Improve Service to Users
  • Learning in the Digital Age: Certificate Program in Conceptual Curation and Pedagogy for Conceptual Thinking
  • Learning Spaces and Assessment: What Do We Want to Know?
  • Leveraging an OAIS Digital Preservation System to Build a Locally Relevant Digital Library
  • Localizing Integrated Search
  • Mapping Atlanta: Building Spatial History Tools and Digital Resources
  • Microsoft Academic Search: Next-Generation Scholarly Discovery
  • Moving Video and Audio into the Scholarly Mainstream
  • The New ISO Standard for Digital Repositories: What it Will Mean for Libraries
  • New Roles for New Times: Emerging Library Roles for Supporting and Curating Digital Scholarship
  • Olive: A Digital Archive for Executable Content
  • Online Video Creation by Undergraduates: Consequences for Media Literacy
  • Open Folklore: A Collaboration
  • The Open Geoportal
  • Oral History, METS and Fedora: Building a Standards-Compliant Audio Preservation Infrastructure
  • ORCID Update
  • An Overview of the National Science Foundation DataNet Funded Sustainable Environments-Actionable Data Project
  • Paying for Long-Term Storage
  • Preservation Status of e-Resources: A Potential Crisis in Electronic Journal Preservation
  • Progress in Access Technologies
  • The SciVerse APIs: An Infrastructure for Machine-readable Scholarly Information
  • A Tangled Web: Structural Problems in Game Preservation
  • Trends in Publishing
  • Understanding Use of Networked Information Content: MINES for Libraries Implementations at Scholars Portal
  • WissKI: An Architecture for a Transdisciplinary Virtual Research Environment

You can access links to slides and others materials on this page.

About Gary Price

Gary Price ( is a librarian, writer, consultant, and frequent conference speaker based in the Washington D.C. metro area. Before launching INFOdocket, Price and Shirl Kennedy were the founders and senior editors at ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. From 2006-2009 he was Director of Online Information Services at, and is currently a contributing editor at Search Engine Land.