PASIG 2019


(Simultaneous translation English-Spanish, Spanish-English will be provided throughout the event. All coffee breaks and lunches are incluided in the cost of registration.)

Tuesday, 12 February, 2019: Community Conversations: People, Process, etc.

9.30 Registration and coffee

10:00 Welcome: Dr. Carlos Marichal (El Colegio de México)

10:15 Introduction to Digital Preservation: Tom Cramer (Stanford University)

10:45 Tools and Resources to Do Self-Assessment: Amy Rudersdorf (AVP), Ben Fino Radin (Small Data Industries)

11:30 Break

11:50 Training and Education Opportunities: Frances Harrell (NEDCC), Educopia TBD

12:50 Lunch (provided in room 5524). Vendor talk: LIBNOVA, Sala Alfonso Reyes

13:50 Digital Preservation Community Building: Becky McGuinness (Open Preservation Foundation – OPF), Alex Chassanoff (Educopia), Courtney Mumma (Texas Digital Library), Mary Molinaro (Digital Preservation Network), Ben Fino Radin (Small Data Industries)

14:50 Vendor and Service Provider Environmental Scan: David Minor (University of California at San Diego), Amy Rudersdorf (AVP)

15:15 Break

15:45 Digital Preservation Storage Environmental Scan: Neil Jefferies (Oxford University), Sibyl Schaefer (University of California at San Diego)

16:15 Preservation Action Registry (PAR): Carl Wilson (OPF), Jon Tilbury (Preservica), Sarah Romkey (Artefactual)

16:45 Closing

17:00 Reception (Sponsored by LIBNOVA), Colegio de México, Sala 5224

Wednesday, 13 February, 2019

8:30 Coffee and Registration

9:00 Keynote: Carlos Martínez Suárez, Video Trópico Sur

Session 1 – Latin American and Caribbean Perspective

9:45 Digital Preservation: Theory and Practice in Mexico, Isabel Galina (National University of Mexico – UNAM)

10:05 Digital Preservation GLAM-LATAM – Discussion Panel

Moderator: Vania Ramírez (Agenda Digital Cultura, Secretaría de Cultura México). Williams Mendoza (Casa de las Americas, Cuba), David Leija (APREDIG, Asociacion Iberoamericana de Preservación Digital, México), Eduardo Villegas (Coordinador Nacional de Memoria Histórica y Cultural de México)

11:00 Break

Session 2 – Format Considerations

11:30 AV Preservation Case Study: Perla Rodriguez (National University of Mexico – UNAM)

11:50 Emerging Formats: Eduardo del Valle (Universitat de les Illes Balears (Spain)), Captain José Parejo (Panamedia International Flight School (Spain))

12:10 Web Archiving Case Study: Anna Perricci (Rhizome), Maria Praetzellis (Internet Archive)

12:45 Lunch (provided in room 5524). Vendor Talk: Preservica (Sala Alfonso Reyes)

Session 3 – Building Capacity

14:15 Digital Preservation Assessment: Frances Harrell (NEDCC)

14:40 Building Capacity Case Studies: Miguel Ángel Márdero Arellano (Cariniana Network), Joe Kraus (US Holocaust Museum)

15:20 Break

Session 4 – Community Lightning Rounds

15:50 Lightning Rounds: Oya Y. Rieger (Ithaka S+R and Cornell Computing and Information Science), Bonnie Gordon (Rockefeller Archive Center), Lauren Goodley (Texas State University), Abby Adams (Harry Ransom Center), Gilberto Pedreira (Memoria de Madrid)

16:15 Sponsor Lightning Rounds

17:15 Reception at Cineteca Nacional, Av. México-Coyoacán #389, Colonia Xoco, Coyoacán. Reception will include drinks, light refreshments, and DJ. Transportation from El Colegio de México to the Cineteca Nacional will be provided.

Thursday, 14 February, 2019

8:30 Coffee and Registration

Session 5 – Ethics/Politics of Preservation

9:00 Politics of Preservation Lightning Rounds

9:30 Community Archives: Nancy Godoy (Arizona State University), Veronica Reyes-Escudero (University of Arizona)

10:15 Break

Session 6 – Sustainability

10:45 Sustainability Featured Talk: “When digital preservation at the BnF becomes business as usual.” Thomas Ledoux (Bibliotheque nationale de France)

11:05 “Digital preservation: a continuing effort or  a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush”: Isabel Bordes (Biblioteca Nacional de España)

11:25 Texas Digital Newspaper Program: Mark Phillips (University of North Texas)

11:45 Lunch (provided in room 5524). Vendor Talk: ExLibris (Sala Alfonso Reyes)

Session 7 – Distributed Digital Preservation

13:15 Distributed Digital Preservation Discussion: Courtney Mumma (Texas Digital Library), Grant Hurley (University of Toronto), Heather Klein (Duraspace)

14:00 LOCKSS Re-Architecture and Collaboration Opportunities: Thib Guicherd-Callin (Stanford University)

Session 8 – Business of Digital Preservation

14:25 Storage Cost Modeling: Julian Morley (Stanford University)

14:45 Repository Storage in Practice: Emily Morton-Owens (University of Pennsylvania), Antonio G. Martinez (LibNova)

15:25 Break

Session 9 – Data Persistence in Practice

15:55  Featured Talk, “Social Media Data Preservation in an API-driven World”: Amelia Acker (University of Texas at Austin)

16:15  Software Curation Panel: Krista Cox, Association of Research Libraries, Director of Public Policy Initiatives; Daina Bouquin, Head Librarian, Center for Astrophysics, Harvard & Smithsonian; Don Brower, Notre Dame University, Head of Digital Infrastructure; Seth Anderson, Yale University, Software Preservation Program Manager; Selina Aragon, Communications Lead, Software Sustainability Institute

17:10 Closing: Tom Cramer (Stanford University)