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ELUNA learns - Digital Initiatives (On Demand Viewing Registration)

  • 20 Oct 2021
  • 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • 31 Dec 2024
  • 4:00 PM (EST)
  • On Demand - Access for a year post event.
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Each session contains multiple presentations and will cost $25 per attendee. The $25 registration fee is per session per attendee for the live session and/or on demand recording.  The registration and on-demand link are registered to each individual participant's email address. 

Currently, there are no volume or bulk discounts for ELUNA Learns.  ELUNA is committed to keeping the cost for our educational events affordable, especially in these budget-challenged times.  In order to provide quality member-based programming, we ask that individuals register for each of the events that are relevant to their work. Sharing login information for group-viewing sessions undermines the ELUNA's ability to provide this programming. If you value this program and the community that provides this content, either via the face to face meeting or online, please register for each session you will attend with your email account

Digital Initiatives

October 20, 2021, 1:00 – 4:00 pm EST 

1:00 pm - 1:05 pm. Introduction 

1:05 pm - 1:25 pm.  Update on Harvard Controlled Digital Lending and Queuing. 

1:25 pm - 1:45 pm.  Controlled Digital Lending in Alma Digital – Present and Future 

1:45 pm – 1:50 pm. Break 

1:50 pm - 2:30 pm.  The Many Ways to Deliver Digital Content Using Rosetta and Alma. 

2:30 pm - 2:35 pm. Break   

2:35 pm - 3:15 pm. Introducing Preservica: Active Digital Preservation in the Cloud. (Gold Sponsor) 

3:15 pm - 3:20 pm. Break  

3:20 pm - 4:00 pm. Discovering Archives: OAI Integration of ArchivesSpace with Primo. 

Note, schedule times are approximate. Schedule may shift slightly during the event. 

Applicable Ex Libris Products: Alma-D, Rosetta, Alma, Primo 

Update on Harvard Controlled Digital Lending and Queuing. Kara Young, Harvard University. 

Update on a new queuing process for Alma-D items to be used with Course Reserves/Leganto. This enhancement resolves a previous problem where patrons had no way of knowing when an item would be available for use and the system offered no functional way to ensure that the next interested user would gain access first. 

Controlled Digital Lending in Alma Digital – Present and Future. Daniel Greenberg, Ex Libris. 

Learn more about current Alma Digital functionality for Controlled Digital Lending and the future enhancements on the product roadmap.

The Many Ways to Deliver Digital Content Using Rosetta and Alma. Teresa Soleau, J. Paul Getty Trust. Kimberly Tryka, National Geographic Society; Dave Allen, State Library of Queensland. 

There are different methods for delivering digital content using Rosetta and Alma. In this session, staff from the Getty, National Geographic Society and State Library Queensland will present the kinds of content they provide access to and demonstrate the delivery of this content to end-users, both public and staff. Content types will include images, A/V, pdfs, and other born-digital formats and will feature the Internet Archive Book Reader and IIIF viewers. 

Introducing Preservica: Active Digital Preservation in the Cloud. Spencer Leonhard, Preservica. (Gold Sponsor) 

You have already optimized your library technology—now it’s time to secure your assets. Preservica’s active digital preservation and discovery software is trusted by academic institutions and library consortia around the world to safeguard and provide access to all formats of digital content - from unique and special collections to critical publications. Preservica helps the library boost productivity by providing an enterprise digital preservation solution hosted in the cloud, including a suite of ingest tools, access and rendering tools, automatic migration, affordable cloud storage options, and the largest user group for a commercial digital preservation vendor. 

Discovering Archives: OAI Integration of ArchivesSpace with Primo. Aaron Bales, Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame; Andy Boze, Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame. 

This session presents an overview of OAI record harvesting and data integration in Primo, focusing on archival collections managed in ArchivesSpace, including our Library Special Collections and University Archives. Harvesting and integrating EAD records eliminates siloes by making these collections discoverable in Primo. The session includes an overview of the process, which can be applied to a variety of record sources, along with special consideration for archival records.