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22 October, FRIDAY


Asia/Pacific

UTC+8

 

Europe/Africa

UTC+1

 

N/S Americas

UTC-5

 

Zoom#1

500

Zoom#1

500

Zoom#2

300

Zoom#3

300

PC Zoom

Auditorium

Auditorium

Meeting Room#1

Meeting Room#2

Small Meeting Room

9:00-11:30

0300-0600

2100-2400

Professional Visit

 

1800-1930

1100-1230

0500-0630

 

Session9

Lightning

 talks-1

Session10

Posters

Panel 5

 

2000-2130

1300-1430

0700-0830

 

Session 11

lightning talks-2 & Hackathon

Paper Session12

Paper Session13

 

2200-2330

1500-1630

0900-1030

Plenary

Session3-Closing ceremony

 

 

 

 


DETAILED PROGRAM


1800-1930

Auditorium

Session 9 - Lightning talks 1

 

14 Lightning Talks will be presented, each up to 5 minutes. 


1800-1930

Meeting Room 1

Session 10 – Poster

 

9 Poster presentations will be given, each up to 8 minutes.


1800-1930

Meeting Room2

Panel 5

 

EMAIL ARCHIVING: A COLLABORATIVE JOURNEY

Ruby Martinez (University of Illinois,USA),Chris Prom (University of Illinois,USA),Stephen Abrams (Harvard University,USA),Gregory Wiedeman (University of Albany, SUNY,USA),Matt Teichman (University of Chicago,USA)

 

2000-2130

Auditorium

Session 11 - lightning talks-2 & Hackathon

 

8 Lightning Talks will be presented, each up to 5 minutes. 

Hackathon

COPTR-EDIT-A-THON TOOLING UP FOR DIGITAL PRESERVATION

Ania Molenda (Dutch Digital Heritage Organization,Netherlands),Paul Wheatley (Digital Preservation Coalition,UK),Stacey Erdman (Digital POWRR,USA)

 

2000-2130

Meeting Room 1

Paper Session 12 - Enhancing the Collaboration

 

PRESERVING FOR PEOPLE: OBSERVING HUMANITIES SCHOLARS' RESEARCH PRACTICES IN A HYBRID ARCHIVE ENVIRONMENT

Alexandra Leigh (City, University of London / The National Archives, UK),Stephann Makri (City, University of London,UK),Alex Taylor (City, University of London,UK),Alec Mulinder (The National Archives, UK),Sarra Hamdi (The National Archives, UK),Sonia Ranade (The National Archives, UK)

 

 

COLLABORATIVE MECHANISM FOR PUBLIC DIGITAL PRESERVATION SERVICE IN CHINA

Zhenxin Wu (National Science Library, CAS Department of Library Information and Archive Sciences, University of CAS,China),Xiaolin Zhang (National Science Library, CAS Department of Library Information and Archive Sciences, University of CAS,China),Jiancheng Zheng (National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences,China),Dongrong Zhang (National Science Library, CAS Department of Library Information and Archive Sciences, University of CAS,China),Honghu Fu (National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences,China)

 

 

DEPENDENCE RESCISSION AND SEMANTIC INTERPRETATION: KEY STRATEGIES TO LONG-TERM PRESERVATION OF DIGITAL ARCHIVES

Qian Yi (Renmin University, China),Ma Linqing (Renmin University, China)

 

 

TOWARDS LEVELS OF DIGITAL PRESERVATION AS A SERVICE

Jefferson Bailey (Internet Archive, USA), Peggy Lee (Internet Archive, USA)

 

2000-2130

Meeting Room 2

Paper Session 13 - COVID-19 and Digital Preservation

 

COMPARING HOW TO TAKE CARE OF HUMANS’ AND BIT-STREAMS’ LIVES

Eld Zierau (Royal Danish Library)

 

 

A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO PRESERVING AT-RISK OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS: “JOURNALS PRESERVED FOREVER”

AliciaWise (CLOCKSS, UK)

 

 

THE DESIGN OF COLLABORATIVE MARKING MODE FOR MUSEUM COLLECTIONS-TAKING "GUGONG MINGHUAJI" AS AN EXAMPLE

SunJing (The Palace Museum, China)

 

 

A SMART GUIDE TO PREFERRED FORMATS

SamAlloing (KB, National Library of the Netherlands), Remco de Boer (ArchiXL,Netherlands), MarjoleinSteeman (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision)

 

 

AI VIDEO GAME LEGACY ASSETS CLASSIFIER

Stefan Serbicki (Electronic Arts.,USA)

 

2200-2330

Auditorium

Plenary Session 3

 

Closing Ceremony

1. Keynote Speech

2. Professional Awards

(1) Best paper award

(2) Memorial Award paper

(3) Best Newcomer’s Paper

(4) Best Poster

3. Brief Summary of iPres2021

4. Host handover to iPRES 2022