Digital Archive Directions (DADs) Workshop

(A part of the ISO Archiving Workshop Series)
 
 
  

     

Invited Speakers and Submitted Papers


Digital Archive Directions (DADs) Workshop

DATE: June 22-26, 1998

HOST: The National Archives and Records Administration
Archives II
8601 Adelphi Road
College Park, MD 20740-6001

 


 

Invited Speakers

Title    Author/Affiliation
Digital Preservation Perspectives: Archival Science and the Open Archival Information Systems Model   Charles Dollar / University of British Columbia
The Alexandria Digital Library Architecture   Jim Frew/Alexandria Digital Library
NSDI Standards and Emerging International Geospatial Standards - Avoiding a Clash   Richard Hogan/US Geological Survey
CEDARS: A multi-site UK project to create exemplars in Digital Archiving   / Consortium of University Research Libraries
David Holdsworth / Leeds University
Kelly Russell / Leeds University
Clare Jenkins / London School of Economics
Authentication, Access Management, and Digital Archiving Issues   Joan K. Lippincott/Center for Network Interchange
Uniform Resource Names: Impacts on Archives and Recent Developments   Michael Mealling/Network Solutions, Inc
Design Criteria for Electronic Records Management Applications   Burt Newlin/Department of Defense
Metadata for Interchange of Files on Sequential Storage Media Between FSMS   Fernando Podio/NIST
Storage Media Life Expectencies   John Van Bogart/National Media Lab
Digital Archiving - Past, Present, and Future Issues   Anne Van Camp/Research Libraries Group
Current Issues in Digital Preservation: A Perspective from the Digital Library Federation   Don Waters/CLIR
IEEE SSSWG Standards Activities   Joel Williams/ Systems Engineering and Security


Submitted Papers

Title    Author/Affiliation
Needed: A standard for digital video master files    Grace Agnew / Georgia Tech Library
The British Atmospheric Data Centre - a Pragmatic Archive of Atmospheric Data    Dr Peter M Allan / Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Digital Archive issues from the Perspective of an Earth Science Data Producer [HTML (no figures)] [Word 6.0 (figures?)] [Mac Word 5.1 (figures?)]    Bruce R. Barkstrom/NASA Langley Research Center
Developing a Policy Framework for Creating and Preserving Digital Resources    Neil Beagrie/King's College London
Daniel Greenstein/King's College London
Data Archiving at EOSDIS    Jeanne Behnke / NASA GSFC
Ben Kobler / NASA GSFC
Federated Regional Library Archives: Integrating Access and Dissemination to Digital and Non-Digital Library Resources    Keith Belton/SOLINET
Considerations for External Interfaces to an OAIS    Robert H. Bourdeau / CIESIN
HDF as an Archival Format    Mike Folk / National Center for Supercomputing Applications
Preserving USDA Digital Publications _    Evelyn Frangakis/National Agricultural Library
Vendor Integration of Standardized Metadata Architectures into Customized Applications    Larry Hiner / The Content Group
Roger Doermann / The Content Group
CEDARS: A multi-site UK project to create exemplars in Digital Archiving   / Consortium of University Research Libraries
David Holdsworth / Leeds University Kelly Russell / Leeds University
Clare Jenkins / London School of Economics
The Planetary Data System Object Access Library    J. Steven Hughes / NASA JPL
Data Ingest Methodology and Tools    Mike Martin / NASA JPL
J. Steven Hughes / NASA JPL
Persistent Archives in a Digital Library Framework    Reagan Moore / San Diego Supercomputer Center
Arcot (Raja) Rajasekar / Enabling Technologies
Catalog Interoperability Procol (CIP)and the Interoperable Catalog (ICS): Standards for Access  *** George Percival / Raytheon
Louis Reich / CSC
Yonsook Enloe / NASA
Requirements for an Archival Submission Standard    Donald Sawyer / NASA GSFC
John Garrett / Raytheon-STX
Storage Standard Benefits Producer and Consumer: A Case Study Implementing DMAPI    Lee Ward/AERA
Gary Block/AERA
Needed: A Standard for Enabling Automated Searching for Information within A Digital Archive    Sue Winsett/Teledyne Brown Engineering
Tilton Duane Price/Teledyne Brown Engineering
John B. Rainey/Teledyne Brown Engineering


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