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Friday 25th, Madison Building, Library of Congress

This is the agenda for Friday the 25th of May, the last day of the conference. The conference finishes at lunch time on Friday due to the Memorial Day Weekend. To register for the conference please see the main registration page.

Track 1 - Dining Room A Track 2 - Montpelier Track 3 - Mumford
Time Title Authors Title Authors Title Authors
9:00am - 10:30am IIIF Curation: the concept, its development, and its potential impact on search and discovery Asanobu Kitamoto, Jun Homma, Tarek Saier Expanding IIIF for Heritage Scientific Data Visualization and Layering Fenella France, Glen Robson, Meghan Wilson, Chris Bolser Uses of IIIF at the National Gallery of Art Alan Newman, Benjamin Zweig, Michael Skalka, Roger Lawson, David Beaudet
Implementing all of the API’s , lessons learned and challenges tackled Jack Reed, Richard Higgins, Andy Irving, Asanobu Kitamoto Science Stories: A Web App Powered by IIIF and Wikidata Katherine Thornton, Kenneth Seals-Nutt
Lossless JPEG2000 Conversion and Colour Profiles for Digital Preservation Mel Mason, Andrew Hankinson ‘Reformation to Restoration’: IIIF-Enabled Research on Tudor and Stuart Paintings Edward Town, Michael Appleby
10:30am - 11:00pm Break - coffee and tea provided outside the Mumford Room.
11:00am - 12:30pm Parker 2.0: The Rebuilding and Relaunching of the Parker Library on the Web Anne Mclaughlin ‘All the World’s a Stage’: Diverse case studies for IIIF at the Folger Shakespeare Library Stacey Redick, Meaghan Brown IIIF 3D Community Group meeting Stuart Snydman, Ed Silverton
Manuscript Community Group IIIF Manuscript Community Group Improving Access to Primary Sources of Law with IIIF Mark Matney
Beyond the viewer: more windows on our shared digital space Tom Crane
12:30pm - 1:00pm Closing Plenary in Mumford

Closing at lunch time on Friday due to Memorial Day Weekend.