3rd Annual Northeast Institutional Repository Day 2021 (NIRD21)
Thursday, December 2, 2021
10:00 am - 5:00 pm Eastern time
Free virtual event

The Northeast Institutional Repository Day 2021 (NIRD21) organizers thank all presenters and attendees at this year's successful conference! Northeast Institutional Repository Day is a free event that brings together all in the Northeast (and beyond!) who manage or are interested in institutional repositories, digital collections, and digital preservation. We are platform agnostic and the conference covers a variety of repository-related topics.

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2021
Thursday, December 2nd
10:00 AM

Conference Program: Northeast Institutional Repository Day 2021 (NIRD21)

Northeast Institutional Repository Day

10:00 AM

10:15 AM

Choose IR Own Adventure: Re-examining the Purpose and Mission of our Institutional Repository

Denise Hersey, University of Vermont
Christie Silkotch, University of Vermont
Chris Burns, University of Vermont
Donna L. O'Malley, University of Vermont
Lyman Ross, University of Vermont

10:15 AM

How we doubled our deposits in two years: Developing campus connections and outreach to engage scholars in repository and open access services

Jessica Lange, McGill University

10:15 AM

11:10 AM

Authority Control for Metadata in Institutional Repositories

James H. Cho, Adelphi University

11:10 AM

Turn and Face the Strange (DAMS Changes): Temporarily Migrating Digital Collections into an Institutional Repository

Eleta Exline, University of New Hampshire, Durham
Jay Colbert, University of New Hampshire, Durham

11:10 AM

1:00 PM

Campus Poetry Walk: (Re)creating and Reconnecting a Community

Lisa Villa, College of the Holy Cross

1:00 PM

Dueling Repository Woes: Greater Needs, Fewer In-House Experts

Michelle Paquette, Smith College
Sadie Menchen, Smith College

1:00 PM

From Pandemic Alternative to Purposeful Archive: Student Research Reaches New Audiences in Misericordia Digital Commons

Maureen Cech, Misericordia University

1:00 PM

Technical Reports in the Repository: Syncing a unique grey literature collection in multiple library systems

Esther M. Jackson, Columbia University
Amanda S. Bielskas, Columbia University
Emily Holmes, Columbia University
Melanie Wacker, Columbia University

1:00 PM

Trans Inclusion Through Name Change Policies in Institutional Repositories

Stephen G. Krueger, Dartmouth College

1:00 PM

Wrangling Horses and Herding Cats: ETDs and Other Terminal Projects (OTPs)

G. W. Swicord, University of Florida

1:00 PM

2:10 PM

Developing a Comprehensive Faculty Bibliography to Facilitate Scholarly Communications Outreach

Andrea Wirth, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Christina Miskey, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2:10 PM

Scholarly Metrics Reports for Tenure and Promotion Candidates

Lisa DeLuca, Seton Hall University
Sharon Ince, Seton Hall University

2:10 PM

3:10 PM

A Collaborative Faculty Achievement Collections Process

Victoria Peters, DePauw University

3:10 PM

IR Outreach: Reaching Beyond the Regular

Cindy Gruwell, University of West Florida

3:10 PM

Leveraging Institutional Social and Online Media for IR Outreach

Larissa Gordon, Thomas Jefferson University

3:10 PM

Mirror Images: Performing a format migration of Kodak PhotoCD files

Tricia Patterson, Harvard University

3:10 PM

Partnering with Research Centers: Outreach, Hosting Services and Promotion

Melody Herr, University of Arkansas
Cedar Middleton, University of Arkansas
Jessica Kelly, University of Arkansas

3:10 PM

4:10 PM

Digital Repository Legacies: A Case Study in Assessing Organizational Trustworthiness

Dana Reijerkerk, State University of New York at Stony Brook
Kristen J. Nyitray, State University of New York at Stony Brook

4:10 PM

Increasing material and department diversity in the institutional repository: Outreach to art faculty and students

Hilary Baribeau, Colby College

4:10 PM