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Film, Video Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud Data Jam

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Title

  • Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud Data Jam

Summary

  • Led by LC Labs, the Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud initiative is an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-supported endeavor to pilot ways to combine cutting-edge technology and the collections of the largest library in the world, to support digital research at scale. The Data Jam event featured presentations from seven experienced cultural heritage data professionals about their experiences accessing and analyzing data in the Library's cloud-based storage environment.

    0:00 Welcome by Chief Information Office Judith Conklin
    01:14 Agenda and Logistics by Meghan Ferriter, Senior Innovation Specialist, LC Labs
    02:51 "Introducing LC Labs" by Laurie Allen, Chief, Digital Innovation Division (LC Labs)
    10:08 "About Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud" by Meghan Ferriter, Senior Innovation Specialist, LC Labs
    14:51 "The CCHC Data Jam Goals and Participants" by Eileen J. Manchester, Innovation Specialist, LC Labs and Chase Dooley, detailed to LC Labs from the LC Web Archives Team
    26:17 "Subject Unknown: Stereograph Cards, Historical Metadata, and Feedback for Data Jam 2022" by Zoe LeBlanc, Assistant Professor in the School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    50:55 "Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud Data Jam: Austro-Hungary Map Dataset" by Vikram Mohanty, PhD candidate in the Department of Computer Science, Virginia Tech University
    1:07:47 "LOC Data Jam: Maps and Python SDK" by Daniel van Strien, Digital Curator, British Library
    1:29:15 Q&A Panel 1
    1:46:10 Welcome back
    1:48:15 "The American World Gazetteer or too much text, too little time..." by Tim Sherratt, Associate Professor of Digital Heritage in the Centre for Creative and Cultural Research, University of Canberra
    2:16:10 "Juvenile Fiction in the LoC Digitized Collection" by Quinn Dombrowski, Academic Technology Specialist in the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, and in the Library, at Stanford University and Nichole Nomura, PhD candidate, Stanford University Department of English
    2:36:22 "Feedback on Stereograph Cards Dataset" by Aaron Straup Cope, Head of Internet Typing, San Francisco Aviation Museum and Library
    2:55:35 Q&A and panel discussion

Event Date

  • November 25, 2022

Running Time

  • 3 hours 17 minutes 19 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image
  • online text

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Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud Data Jam. 2022. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/webcast-10669/>.