A selection of videos from the 2nd Digital Preservation for the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences (DPASSH) conference are now available to view on the DRI Vimeo site and embedded below.
DPASSH 2017 was organised by Sussex Humanities Lab and Digital Repository of Ireland and took place during 14-15 June 2017 in the University of Sussex, Brighton.
Opening Remarks and Welcome to DPASSH 2017
Opening Remarks by Dr Sharon Webb, Sussex Humanities Lab and Chair of DPASSH; Dr Natalie Harrower, Director of Digital Repository of Ireland.
Welcome Address by Prof. Adam Tickell, Vice-Chancellor, University of Sussex
Keynote Address by Lizzy Jongma
Keynote Address by Lizzy Jongma, Senior ICT project manager for the Network of Dutch War Resources.
“You’ve done it all; you’ve broken every code”.
Changing digital repositories into research spaces for the arts, social sciences and humanities.
Day 1 Session 2: Beyond the object based archive
Natalie Harrower (Director, Digital Repository of Ireland)
Archiving form and function: preserving a 2003 digital project
Stewart Arneil, Martin Holmes (University of Victoria, Canada)
Digitally Preserving a Mapping Project: The Tim Robinson Archive at National University of Ireland, Galway
Aisling Keane, Cillian Joy, Peter Corrigan, Nessa Cronin (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Preserving Social Media: applying principles of digital preservation to social media archiving
Sara Day Thomson (Digital Preservation Coalition)
Day 2 Panel 2: ‘More than a library’: Exploring the public value of Europeana
Lizzy Jongma, Senior ICT project manager for the Network of Dutch War Resources.
Natalia Grincheva (University of Melbourne)
Timothy Duguid (University of Glasgow)
Caroline Ardrey (University of Birmingham)
Nanna Bonde Thylstrup (University of Copenhagen)
Outcomes and Impact from the E-ARK Project
David Anderson, Janet Delve, Jaime Kaminski (University of Brighton)
Day 2 Session 3: Tools and Perspectives (Short Papers)
Dermot Frost (Manager, Trinity College Dublin High Performance Computing Centre)
Digital Preservation: An Irish Perspective
Alice Kearns (Independent researcher)
Artivity: a tool to collect contextual research data for art practice
Athanasios Velios (University of the Arts London)
Sebastian Faubel, Moritz Eberl (Semiodesk GmbH)
IIIF for DRI: It wasn’t just for the zoom (honest!)
Stuart Kenny, Kathryn Cassidy (Digital Repository of Ireland)
Day 2 Session 4: Arts and Preservation: Theory and Practice
Caroline Bassett (Director, Sussex Humanities Lab, University of Sussex)
Digital Assemblages at the Crossroads of Art, Technology and the Human
Néill O’Dwyer (Trinity College Dublin)
Musical Organics: A Heterarchical Approach to Digital Organology
Thor Magnusson (University of Sussex)
Synesthetic Visualization: Balancing Sensate Experience and Sense Making in Digitized Print Collections
Stefania Forlini (University of Calgary)
Uta Hinrichs (University of St Andrew)