Lectures in Information Science

Submitted by sa0454 on Mon, 11/18/2019 - 7:21am
Tuesday, December 3, 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Join Research Scientist and Los Alamos National Laboratory Professor, Martin Klein, for a lecture exploring An Institutional Perspective to Rescue Scholarly Orphans and his development efforts in the realm of web archiving, scholarly communication, digital system interoperability and data management. 

Dr. Klein and his team are known for frameworks and standards such as Memento, ResourceSync, Signposting and Robust Links, and they have shown that without adequate infrastructure, scholarly artifacts will vanish from the web in much the same way that “regular” web resources do. As such, Dr. Klein and his team have devised an institutional pipeline to track, capture and archive these artifacts. In this talk, Dr. Klein will demonstrate the pipeline and share insights gained by developing and operating it. 

Location: 
Willis Library, 250H
Event open to: 
UNT community
Ticket Price: 
$0.00
Department or Sponsor: 
Digital Libraries
Contact Name: 
Dianne Jansing
Contact Email: 
Dianne.Jansing@unt.edu
Contact Phone: 
940-565-4196
Expected Attendance: 
Less Than 100