Day Two Schedule
2016
Thursday, August 11th
9:20 AM

Innovative Approaches of Historical Newspapers: Data Mining, Data Visualization, Semantic Enrichment

Jean-­Philippe Moreux, Bibliothèque nationale de France, France
Caroline Kageneck, Bibliothèque nationale de France, France

9:20 AM

9:55 AM

Born Digital News Collections: Other Libraries Approaches

Elisa Villanueva, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Netherlands
Jasper Faase, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Netherlands

9:55 AM

10:45 AM

What Is to Be Learned from a Statewide Collection of PDFs

Ana Krahmer

10:45 AM

11:20 AM

CDNC and Local Partnership

Brian Geiger, University of California, Riverside

11:20 AM

1:35 PM

Dodging the Memory Hole: A Brief History of Born-Digital News Preservation in the US

Edward McCain, University of Missouri

1:35 PM

2:10 PM

Harvesting and Parsing an HTML-­based Newspaper

Eric Weig, University of Kentucky

2:10 PM

3:00 PM

Here Today Gone Within a Month: The Fleeting Life of Digital News

Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Katherine Skinner, Educopia
Marc Wilson, TownNews.com
Frederick Zarndt, Digital Divide Data

3:00 PM

3:35 PM

(More) Voices and Viewpoints in Chronicling America: Uses of Historical News for Education and Outreach

Deborah Thomas, Library of Congress

3:35 PM

4:10 PM

Microfilm to Digital for Current Newspaper: Case Study from University of Oregon

Sheila Rabun, University of Oregon

4:10 PM

4:40 PM

How to Use Open Source in Digitization Projects: Cooperative Development between Institutions and Private Industry: The Kitodo Example

Michael Luetgen, Zeutschel, Germany

4:40 PM