[Ohiodig] FW: Library of Congress Informal Virtual AV Summit - 9/15 -registration and program

Carleton, Janet carleton at ohio.edu
Thu Sep 10 15:08:30 EDT 2020

The Library of Congress will convene a free informal virtual summit to share ongoing work at the Library for a/v practitioners and users.

Library of Congress 09/15/2020 - 9am -5:30pm EST
https://labs.loc.gov/events - full agenda<https://labs.loc.gov/static/labs/events/documents/LC-IVAV-Agenda-09042020-1.pdf>.

Register: https://lclabivav.eventbrite.com/<https://nam03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Flclabivav.eventbrite.com%2F&data=02%7C01%7Ccarleton%40OHIO.EDU%7C83a37c85a6a84d148b1b08d854f6b63e%7Cf3308007477c4a70888934611817c55a%7C0%7C0%7C637352765894441671&sdata=rfC4LW2vvEaW81GQjKGX7FzgP4YKvu0adSgVU%2FO0KrA%3D&reserved=0>

The Library of Congress will convene an informal virtual summit to share ongoing work at the Library to improve access to held sound and moving image material, and to learn from the wider community of a/v practitioners and users. The summit will feature four thematic sessions: LC Share Out, Accessibility for All, A/V Makerspace, and Notes from the Field. Each session block will feature one or two anchor presentations, lightning talks, and discussion. We want it to be informal, fun, and as practically useful as possible.


9:00-9:05am EST

9:05 – 10:30am EST
This is on us! We will share recent developments in audiovisual process and access efforts from the American Folklife Center, National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, FADGI, the National Audio Visual Conservation Center, and LC Labs.
Session 1: LC Share Out

  *   Unlocking 70 years of American public broadcasting through collaboration. Rachel Curtis, National Audio Visual Conservation Center; Amanda Villesvik, WGBH
  *   Crowdsourcing audio transcription: Zooniverse, dialect recordings, and you. John Fenn, American Folklife Center
  *   FADGI updates on guidelines, formats, and software. Kate Murray, FADGI
  *   NLS’s Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) Mobile App. Judy Dixon, National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled; Wendy Stengel, Design & Development; Julia Kim, National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled
  *   Junior Fellow Project for Accessibility. Zoey Singleton, Design & Development

10:30 - 11:00am EST
Break & Networking

Session 2: Accessibility for All
11:00 - 12:30 pm EST
Presenters will share accessibility efforts including (but not limited to) captioning, structured content, time stamping, and multi-lingual support

  *   Accessibility in open source video digitization. Ben Turkus, New York Public Library
  *   Community Contributions: An impact case study. Joanna White, BFI National Archive; Valeria Dávila, Oregon State University Archives
  *   Broadening accessibility during COVID telework Panel Discussion. Casey Davis Kaufman, Panel Chair, WGBH/AAPB, FixIT+
     *   Building the plane as we fly: Creating an audio transcription project from scratch during the pandemic. Jonah Magar and Michael Laney, Michigan State University Libraries
     *   Piloting automated AV transcription at Wilson Library Special Collections. Erica Titkemeyer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
     *   Leveraging remote student employees to increase AV accessibility. Emily Vinson, University of Houston
  *   Building community through increased accessibility. Kimberly Tarr, New York University Libraries
  *   Extensible modeling and flexible permissions: Providing advanced accessibility for audiovisual content online. Bert Lyons, AVP
  *   Streamlining processing and enhancing NC State’s audio visual collections. Niqui O’Neil, North Carolina State University Libraries

12:30 - 1:30 pm EST

Session 3: A/V Makerspace
1:30 – 3:00pm EST
Presenters will share efforts to support and engage creatives, researchers, hobbyists, and the curious using cultural heritage audio and audiovisual resources.

  *   Designing for the DJ: Audio discovery for creative reuse. Brian Foo, Innovator in Residence, Library of Congress
  *   Audiovisual data in the cultural hackathon Coding da Vinci. Ilias Kyriazis, GLAM Data Curator at Coding da Vinci / German National Library
  *   DanceDance annotation. Susan L. Wiesner, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland
  *   Our summer of TikTok: An experiment. Caroline Frick, Executive Director, Texas Archive of the Moving Image; Elizabeth Hansen, Managing Director, Texas Archive of the Moving Image
  *   "We save 2 film”: Bringing the archive & 16mm library films to public arts education. Alex Whelan, Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Film Advocacy Task Force

3:00 – 3:30pm EST

Session 4: Notes from the Field
3:30 - 5:30pm EST
Cultural heritage practitioners and those in aligned fields will discuss recent efforts to apply emerging technologies and/or innovative practice to sound and moving image content.

  *   Open source RAWcooked preservation workflow review at the BFI National Archive. Joanna White, Digital Preservation Data Specialist, Collections and Information, British Film Institute
  *   DV rescue: Innovations in the preservation of digital videotape. Dave Rice, RiceCapades/ MediaArea; Libby Savage Hopfauf, Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound/Seattle Municipal Archives; Andrew Weaver, University of Washington Libraries
  *   audioqc: speedy quality control via automation. Susie Cummings, NPR Research, Archives & Data Strategy (RAD); Andrew Weaver, University of Washington Libraries
  *   AVKID (Audio/Video Known Issues Data). Dan Hockstein, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Morgan Morel, Bay Area Video Coalition
  *   Trending archives: Reusing large-scale audiovisual collections on social media. Rasa Bočytė, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  *   Unleashing Milwaukee's history: Digital reconstructions from the WTMJ-TV collection. Shiraz Bhathena, Digital Archivist, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Archives
  *   Behind 2,000 reels of 35mm film from the WWI collection and the USIA Library Stock Shot series. Criss Austin, NARA; Ivy Donnell, NARA
  *   The Memory Lab Network’s Resources and You! Siobhan Hagan, DC Public Library, The Memory Lab Network

Event updates, accessibility best practices and the full agenda are available at labs.loc.gov/events. Please review the accessibility guidelines prior to the event. The Webex Event link for the summit will be posted on September 14th.

If you have questions about the program, please contact us at LC-Labs at loc.gov<mailto:LC-Labs at loc.gov>
Janet Carleton | Working from home
Digital Initiatives Coordinator | Preservation and Digital Initiatives | OHIO University Libraries | 1 Ohio University | Alden 333 | Athens, Ohio | 740.597.2527 | carleton at ohio.edu<mailto:carleton at ohio.edu> | https://media.library.ohio.edu<https://media.library.ohio.edu/> | @AldenLibDigital<https://twitter.com/AldenLibDigital>

From: Kim, Julia <juliakim at LOC.GOV>
Sent: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 3:23 PM
Subject: Re: Library of Congress Informal Virtual AV Summit - 9/15 -registration and program

Greetings! The Library of Congress Informal Virtual Audio Visual Summit (September 15th) program and registration is open!

For registration: https://lclabivav.eventbrite.com/<https://nam03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Flclabivav.eventbrite.com%2F&data=02%7C01%7Ccarleton%40OHIO.EDU%7C83a37c85a6a84d148b1b08d854f6b63e%7Cf3308007477c4a70888934611817c55a%7C0%7C0%7C637352765894441671&sdata=rfC4LW2vvEaW81GQjKGX7FzgP4YKvu0adSgVU%2FO0KrA%3D&reserved=0>

For program: https://labs.loc.gov/static/labs/events/documents/LC-IVAV-Agenda-09042020-1.pdf

Please excuse any cross posting.

Julia Kim
Digital Projects Coordinator
Library of Congress
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