Final Program for WLIC 2016 Off-site Session in Columbus- Worth a Thousand Words: A Global Perspective on Image Description, Discovery, and Access
The final program is now available for a one-day, off-site workshop during the World Library and Information Congress in Columbus:
Worth a Thousand Words: A Global Perspective on Image Description, Discovery, and Access.
The workshop takes place on Monday, 15 August 2016, at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum on the campus of Ohio State University and is sponsored by the IFLA Rare Books and Special Collections and the Art Libraries Sections.
Monday, 15 August 2016, 9:00AM-5:30PM
• 9:00-10:00—WELCOME AND OPENING PRESENTATION
Welcome: Lisa Carter, Special Collections and Area Studies, The Ohio State University Libraries, USA
Introduction of Elke Koppen: Valerie Hotchkiss, University Librarian, Vanderbilt
-Opening speaker: Elke Koppen, Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Ciencias y Humanidades, UNAM, Mexico, “Image Analysis and Description: Words, Insights and Disciplines”
• 10:00-12:00—MAKING ACCESS TO IMAGES POSSIBLE
Session Chair: Hege Stenskud Høsøien, National Library of Norway.
–Erin Blake, Head of Collection Information Services, Folger Shakespeare Library, United States. “Bibliographic Description of Pictorial Material: an introduction to Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Graphics).”
–Morag Boyd, Head of Special Collections Description and Access, Ohio State University Libraries, United States. “Managing Image Metadata: Building Workflows for Effective Discovery.”
–Trish Rose-Sandler, Data Analyst, Biodiversity Heritage Library, United States. “Expanding Access to Natural History Images: the Biodiversity Heritage Library and its Global Consortium.”
• 12:00-1:30 LUNCHTIME CONVERSATION
with Cartoon Artist Jeff Smith and Jenny Robb, Curator of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum.
John Updike once said, “All cartoonists are geniuses.” Come meet genius and award-winning cartoonist Jeff Smith, author of the Bone series.
• 1:30- 3:30 DISCOVERY TOOLS FOR IMAGES IN SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
Session Chairs: Liselotte Winka, Konstfack/University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Sweden and David Farneth, Getty Research Institute, United States
–Tom Crane, Technical Director, Digirati, United Kingdom. “An Introduction to the International Image Interoperability Framework.”
–Inge Reist, Director of the Center for the History of Collecting, Frick Art Reference Library, United States. “Introducing PHAROS, an International Photo Archive Consortium.”
–Sandra Brooke, Marquand Librarian, Princeton University, United States and Kathleen Salomon, Assistant Director, Getty Research Institute, United States. “These Silent Witnesses of My Affections: A Collaborative Recreation of Count Leopoldo Cicognara’s Library.”
–Emmanuel Bermès, Associate Director of Systems and Services, Bibliothèque national de France and Matthieu Bonicel, “Responsable Innovation, Bibliothèque national de France, “Biblissima and IIIF.”
• 3:30-4:30 REFLECTIONS, FUTURE TRENDS AND DISCUSSION
Piotr Adamczyk, Director of Image Content and Museum Partnerships, ITHAKA, United States. “Access, Discovery … now what?” Introduction by Lisa Carter.
• 4:30-5:30 TOUR OF BILLY IRELAND CARTOON LIBRARY AND MUSEUM
The workshop is free. Attendees are not required to register for the IFLA Congress. Workshop registration and logistical information is available here.