Amy Rudersdorf will be presenting in Emily Gore’s stead at ILF in November 2014.
Assistant Director for Content
Amy Rudersdorf is the DPLA Assistant Director for Content. She is responsible for digitization partnerships and related workflows, metadata normalization and shareability, and community engagement to promote the DPLA as a community resource. Amy formerly served as the director of the Digital Information Management Program at the State Library of North Carolina. She was a Library of Congress National Digital Stewardship Alliance coordinating committee member and an active voice in the digital preservation community. Amy has taught library graduate school courses on digital libraries and preservation (San Jose State University) and metadata (North Carolina Central University). Prior to moving to state government, she worked with digital collections in special collections at North Carolina State University, coordinated a digital production group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and worked with public libraries throughout Wisconsin to aid in the development and coordination of Library and Service Technology Act (LSTA) funded digitization grants.
The DPLA Indiana Library Federation Pre-Conference session is Monday November 17, 9 am-12 pm at Mariott East in Indianapolis. You need not be a member of ILF to attend and we hope to hear from lots of non-library affiliated participants.
The cost is $25 for ILF members and $37.50 for non-members.
To find out more read the Preliminary ILF Program
Please share this opportunity widely!
Today DPLA announced its second class of DPLA Community Reps. Indiana’s include: Christopher Marshall from Indianapolis Public Library, Jenny Johnson from IUPUI University Library in Indianapolis, Jack McGann of Michigan City Indiana and retired Editor/Publisher of the South Bend Tribune, and Samantha Norling of the Indianapolis Art Museum.
For profiles on all of Indiana’s DPLA Community Reps visit: http://dp.la/info/get-involved/reps/community-reps-meet-the-reps/
DPLA is currently recruiting for their second class of Community Reps. Applications close on Wednesday, April 30 and new reps will be selected in the following weeks.
Meet a rep from Indiana
Looking forward to contacting and organizing on Monday. Some logistics information.
Time: The meeting is scheduled from 10:30 am-12:30 pm.
Parking: There are street metered parking spots as well as pay garages. See parking map for more information.
Location in building: There is a welcome desk and visitor sign in at the Ohio St. entrance. You will be directed to room 401.
Brown bag: We are meeting during lunch time so please feel free to bring in a brown bag lunch. There are NOT facilities super close for grab and go food so if you want to eat during this time please do bring your lunch.
Phone in: We have set up phone conferencing capabilities. Information to connect:
Dial: (712) 432-1212
Enter Meeting ID: 742-569-877#
Preparation: Please take a look at the Agenda. Be prepared to share how your institution may be able to contribute to creating the DPLA Indiana Hub beyond supplying already digital content.
If you are attending the DPLA IND meeting at the Indiana State Library, Room 401 (or via phone) from 10:30 am-12:30 pm, please remember to RSVP.
Parking and phone in instruction will follow later this week.
Suggested Attendees: All are welcome! However the focus of the discussion for this meeting will be on identifying actions to be taken and organizations/individuals who are able to take action, contributing beyond supplying content (ie, contributing time, talent, technology, etc.) to creating a DPLA hub in Indiana.
Suggested course for the meeting: We focus first getting Indiana content into DPLA and then if there is time we address additional services.
For items 1-3 below we come away from the meeting knowing:
-Who will participate in that work item
-How it will be accomplished (in generalities)
-Timeline for work item completion
1. Indiana Memory content into DPLA
-permission from Indiana Memory contributors gained
-system “opened” for DPLA harvesting
2. Content not in Indiana Memory into DPLA
-identifying interested parties
-system designed/employed for metadata aggregation
-system “opened” for DPLA harvesting
3. Discuss administrative structure for DPLA IND
For items 4-5 we at least touch on these topics and perhaps form groups to continue discussion.
4. Discuss additional services of DPLA IND
5. Discuss sustainability model for DPLA IND
-Resources and funding both internal to participants and external