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IIIF WASHINGTON 2018 | May 21 - 25 IN WASHINGTON DC

Wednesday 23rd, Jefferson Building, Library of Congress

This is the agenda for Wednesday the 23rd of May, the first full day of the conference. It is located in the Coolidge Auditorium in the Jefferson Building, the Library of Congress.

time Title Authors
9:00am - 9:30am Welcome and State of the IIIF Universe Tom Cramer, Stanford University
9:30am - 10:00am IIIF Community Group Updates
IIIF Manuscript Community Group Update Jeffrey Witt, Loyola University Maryland
IIIF Museums Community Group Update Tina Shah, The Art Institute of Chicago
IIIF Newspapers Community Group Update Karen Estlund, Penn State University
IIIF Software Developers Community Group Update Drew Winget, Stanford University and Shaun Ellis, Princeton University
IIIF 3D Community Group Update Stuart Snydman, Stanford University
IIIF Outreach Community Group Update Rachel Di Cresce, University of Toronto
10:00am - 10:10am Community and Community Groups Q&A
10:10am - 10:40am Technical Specification Status Update
IIIF Technical Specification Group Updates Rob Sanderson, J Paul Getty Trust
IIIF A/V Technical Specification Group Update Tom Crane, Digirati and Jon Dunn, Indiana University
IIIF Discovery Technical Specification Group Update Matt McGrattan, Digirati
Text Granularity Technical Specification Group Update Michael Appleby, Yale Center for British Art
10:40am - 10:50am Technical Updates Q&A
10:50am - 11:30am Break (on your own)*
11:30am - 12:30pm Enhancing Accessibility to the African National Congress Archives: A case study in the utilization of IIIF in Africa David Larsen
Introduction to Kyoto University Rare Materials Digital Archive Chifumi Nishioka, Akemi Omura, Fuko Hojo, Hisaya Akazawa, Tatsuji Tomioka
Breathing Life into Museum Digital Features with IIIF Dan Brennan
Little but Fierce: The Folger's plans for improving its slice of the world Eric Johnson
Bringing communities together: Archives, crowdsourcing and IIIF at the National Library of Wales Manon Foster Evans
End-to-End Digital Publishing with IIIF Kate Blanch, Duane Degler
12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch (on your own) - lunch leader sessions and lunch locations
2:00pm - 3:20pm An Excellent Repository of Universal and Changeable Things Patrick Cuba, Bryan Haberberger
Digital Future for Germany’s written cultural heritage Leander Seige
Going beyond the viewer Jack Reed
CanvasPanel - a new UI component for rapid IIIF application development Tom Crane
Visualizing which parts of IIIF images are looked by users Chifumi Nishioka, Kiyonori Nagasaki
Packing light: Building the Bodleian's metadata block Emma Stanford
Proposed IIIF Metadata Search Service Sayeed Choudhury, Mark Patton, John Abrahams
IIIF and OCLC Taylor Surface
3:20pm - 4:00pm Break (on your own)*
4:00pm - 5:00pm GLAM2IIIF: Papering over the cataloguing gaps Richard Palmer
The Universal Viewer for Penn State's New Cultural Heritage Repository Adam Wead
Breaking things down to build things up. How IIIF changed how we build. Thomas Finan, Patrick Cuba
Academic Library and Academic Technology Interoperability with IIIF Randy Stern, Brandon Bentley
Creating IIIF services for researchers and students Rachel Di Cresce
Wax: Minimal IIIF for Experiments, Exhibitions, and Pedagogy Marii Nyröp
7:00pm - 9:00pm Reception at the Smithsonian Castle

* Due to the amount of attendees and available space we are unable to provide refreshments during breaks.