List of Hydra-related presentations etc at OR2015

Please add the title of your paper or poster and the authors below in the appropriate session block:



  • Achieving Ambitious Agendas with Limited Means at the University of Cincinnati  Linda D. Newman, Ted Baldwin, Eira Tansey
  • Leveraging Repository Communities to Highlight Scholarly Content  Sarah Jean Sweeney
  • Media Preservation and Access with HydraDAM2 and Fedora 4  Karen Cariani, Jon W. Dunn
  • Dash: Exploiting Hydra/Blacklight for Repository-Agnostic Data Curation   Stephen Abrams, Shirin Faenza, Marisa Strong, Bhavitavya Vedula
  • Hydra North: Moving forward with 10 years of repository history Babysteps to a solid centralized Digital Asset Management System  Weiwei Shi

Monday 8th June (Workshops)

Workshop 08: A Hands-On Introduction to GeoBlacklight - Location: Regency E

Tuesday 9th June

P1A: Linked Open Data (LOD)

Fedora4: The Open Linked Data Platform  Andrew Woods, Rob Sanderson

P1B: Cultural Heritage, Museums, and Archives

P1C: Re-using Repository Content

P2A: Integrating with External Systems: the use case of ORCID

  • Panel: So we all have ORCID integrations, now what?  Rick Johnson, Hardy Pottinger, Ryan Scherle, Peter West, Bram Luyten

P2B: Image Management

P2C: Developing and Training Staff

  • Panel: Hacking the Community: A Model for Open Source Engagement  David Wilcox, Nick Ruest, Tom Cramer

P3A: Integrating with External Systems

  • “Headless” Metadata for Library Discovery: NYU’s Ichabod Project  Carol Kassel, Ekaterina Pechekhonova, Daniel Lovins, Corey Harper
  • From Archives to Repository: an archival collection management system and repository integration case study  Erin Faulder

P3B: Managing Rights

  • On Implementing Hydra for Special Collections at Yale. Eric James

P3C: Developing and Training Staff (continued)

  • Building a culture of distributed access in shared digital repository services. Robin Dean, John Herbert, Karen Estlund.
  • Evolve: From project manager to service manager. Carolyn Caizzi, Julie Rudder, Patricia Hswe, Hannah Frost, Tony Navarrete, Greg Colati, Jennifer Eustis.

P3D: Doing DevOps for a Perfect Repository Environment

Wednesday 10th June

P4A: Managing Research (and Open) Data

  • The Hydra Common Data Model  Esme Cowles, Robert Sanderson, Jon Stroop
  • Revisiting self-deposit of scientific data. Darren Hardy

P4B: Supporting Open Scholarship and Open Science

  • Panel: Avalon Media System: Community Implementation and Sustainability  Jon Dunn, Mike Durbin, Hannah Frost, Debs Cane, Julie Rudder

P4C: Integration of Tools / International Networks of Data Providers

P5A: Building the Perfect Repository

P5B: Metadata / Exploring Metrics and Assessment

  • Metadata at a crossroads: shifting ‘from strings to things’ for Hydra North  Sharon Farnel

P5C: Digital Preservation

P6A: Repository Rants and Raves

Thursday 11th June

FED1: Fedora Interest Group 1: Fedora 4 Deep Dive

FED2: Fedora Interest Group 2: Fedora 4 

FED3B: Fedora Interest Group 3B: Hydra and Others

  • Making the SHiFt: Using Sufia with Hydra/Fedora for collection management and access  James Halliday, Juliet L Hardesty
  • Avalon at the Crossroads: Metadata Strategies for Time-based Media Blues Juliet L. Hardesty