Day 1

Day 1: Tuesday, April 26 – Presentations Day

9:00 REGISTRATION / COFFEE
9:30 Introduction: aims and parameters of the symposium B. Butler
M. Kurtz
M. Esteva
V. Lemieux
M. Hedges
R. Marciano
Video
I. Challenges and opportunities of big data for archives, libraries and museums
10:00 1. Challenges of Developing Museum and Archival Provenance Data Smithsonian
Jane Milosch / Jeffrey Smith
Slides Video
10:30 2. The challenges and opportunities of big and open data for libraries iSchool
John Bertot
Slides Video
11:00 3. Putting the Big in Big Data: How Re-Thinking the Appraisal of Electronic Records Can Facilitate Data Analytics in Digital Repositories NARA
Bob Spangler / Leslie Johnston
Slides Video
11:30 Panel discussion
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Video
12:00 LUNCH
II. Crowds, citizens and communities: public engagement with big data
1:00 4. Of what are they a source? “The Crowd” as authors, observers and meaning-makers KCL
Stuart Dunn
Slides Video
1:30 5. The community as the curator of big archival/cultural data USHMM
Michael Haley Goldman
Slides Video
2:00 6. Encouraging the community to contribute data iSchool
Jennifer Preece
2:30 Panel discussion
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Video
3:00 COFFEE BREAK
III. Digital methods and technologies: leveraging the value of big data
3:15 7. Algorithmic Transparency in Digital Curation UMD
Nick Diakopoulos
Slides Video
3:45 8. Graph Databases for Network Analysis: Putting connections first in Humanities data modeling KCL
Mike Bryant
Slides Video
4:15 9. Visualizing Urban Inequality U. Richmond
Robert Nelson
Slides Video
4:45 Panel discussion
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Video