Annual Conference Materials: Emerging Technologies & Services

View or download Powerpoint slides, PDF files, handouts, video, and other materials from past annual conference presentations.

 

 

Bridging Emerging and Established Approaches to Music Research (Cincinnati 2016: David Hunter, Timothy Duguid, Bonna Boettcher)
VIDEO

Digital Curation with Omeka  (Cincinnati 2016: Anna Kijas)
PDF

Music Discovery Requirements and Formats (Cincinnati 2016: Christopher Holden)

PPT

 

Music Discovery Requirements Background and Current Directions (Cincinnati 2016: Nara Newcomer, Jessica Harvey)

PDF

 

Music Discovery Requirements in Action (Cincinnati 2016: Nara Newcomer, Jessica Harvey, Nancy Lorimer, Patricia Sasser, Christopher Holden)
VIDEO

Music Genre in the Wild: Possibilities for music discovery with LCGFT, LCMPT, and other LC vocabularies (Cincinnati 2016: Nancy Lorimer)

PPT

 

Practical Application of Linked Data (Cincinnati 2016: Beth Iseminger, Kimmy Szeto, Karen Hwang, Steven Folsom, James Soe Nyun)

PPT | VIDEO

 

Sounds of Stanford and the Bay Area: Embedding the Stanford Digital Repository into teaching and learning (Cincinnati 2016: Best of Chapters Award: Jonathan Manton)
VIDEO 

 

Safeguarding the Past of the Future: Digital Preservation Issues and Practices (Cincinnati 2016: Susan Malsbury, Jonathan Manton, Maristella Feustle)
VIDEO 

 

Text Mining for Music Research (Cincinnati 2016: Janelle Varin)

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Web Archiving for Music Librarians (Cincinnati 2016: Kent Underwood)
PDF 

 

Digital Musicology: the Role of Music Library Collections (Denver 2015: Frances Barulich, Bonna J. Boettcher, Elizabeth Davis, Darwin F. Scott, Sarah J. Adams, Jane Gottlieb, Susan Vita)
VIDEO

Letting it Go!: the Digital Evolution of Library Outreach (Denver 2015: Patrick Fulton, Sara Nodine)
PPT | VIDEO 

 

Picture the Music: Planning Library Spaces with a Photo Elicitation Study (Denver 2015: Nara Newcomer)

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Sound Quality 2: Digital Boogaloo (Denver 2015: Andrew Justice)
PDF | VIDEO 

 

Video Game Music and Academic Libraries: Creation, Community, and Collections (Denver 2015: Joy Doan, David Gilbert, Simon Lee)

VIDEO

 

Web Archiving for Music History (Denver 2015: Kent Underwood, Robin Preiss)

PPT | DOC | VIDEO

 

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The Music Library Association is the professional association for music libraries and librarianship in the United States. Founded in 1931, it has an international membership of librarians, musicians, scholars, educators, and members of the book and music trades. Complementing the Association’s national and international activities are eleven regional chapters that carry out its programs on the local level.