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Conference Session 153

News for the future: dissemination, harvesting, archiving, and retrieving


Congress track 5: Ideas, innovations, anticipating the new.

20 August 2013 16:00 - 18:00 | Room: Session Room 324/325

  • Bringing the past to the people: outreach efforts and value-added content for chronicling America in Hawaii and Vermont
    ERENST ANIP (Vermont Digital Newspaper Project, University of Vermont, Burlington, USA) and JODIE MATTOS (Hawaiian Collection, University of Hawaii, Manoa, Honolulu, USA)
  • "Singing for their Supper": Trove, Australian Newspapers, and the crowd
    MARIE-LOUISE AYRES  (National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia)
  • Scriptorium - a new platform for digitized newspaper in open access
    JEANNETTE FREY (State and University Library Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland)
  • User benefits and crowdsourcing - Articles in the spotlight
    MAJLIS BREMER-LAAMANEN (Centre for Preservation and Conservation, National Library of Finland, Helsinki, Finland)
  • Text mining newspapers and news content: new trends and research methodologies
    DEBORA CHENEY (The Pennsylvania State University Libraries, University Park, PA, USA)
  • The digitized newspaper collection as national patrimony of the Russian Federation
    A.A. DZHIGO (Research Department of Library Science, Russian State Library, Moscow, Russia)
  • Caxton to cloud: the future of news preservation, storage and access
    PATRICK FLEMING (The British Library, London, UK)
  • Online newspaper clippings & news services for libraries: Experiences in Indian Libraries
    RAMESH C. GAUR, MAHESH CHAND, AMAR SINGH YADAV (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India) and KAVITA GAUR (International Management Institute, New Delhi, India)
  • From attic to online
    SUE KELLERMAN (Judith O. Sieg Chair for Preservation, Digitization and Preservation Department, Pennsylvania State University Libraries University Park, PA USA) and BECKY WILSON (Blough-Weis Library at Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA, USA)
  • The challenge of making digitised European newspaper content available online
    SUSAN REILLY (Liber, The Hague, Netherlands)
  • Facing the future of Australian newspapers
    HILARY BERTHON and WAN WONG (National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia)

Last update: 9 August 2013