WADL 2017 webpage

Web Archiving and Digital Libraries
JCDL 2017 (http://2017.jcdl.org), Toronto, Canada; 6/22-6/23 Workshop, Room 205, Faculty of Information, 140 St. George Street, U. Toronto

Please see approved workshop proposal at: http://fox.cs.vt.edu/WADLjcdl17.pdf

Please see last year's WADL 2016 webpage. That workshop led in part to a special issue of International Journal on Digital Libraries. There might be another similar issue partially based on WADL 2017.


Featured Talk: Ashley Sands, Senior Library Program Officer, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), USA: National Digital Platform (NDP), funding opportunities, and examples of currently funded projects

Thursday, June 22, 2-5pm

Time Activity, Presenters/Authors Title of Presentation
2:00 Welcome, Introductions Everyone speaks!
2:10 Ashley Sands, IMLS FEATURED TALK: National Digital Platform (NDP)
2:40 Lightening Talks 5 minutes each
Ross Spencer Poster 1: HTTPreserve – Web Preservation in Documentary Heritage
Muhammad Umar Qasim Poster 2: WARC-Portal: A Tool for Exploring the Past
Mat Kelly, Lulwah Alkwai, Sawood Alam, Michael Nelson, Michele Weigle, Herbert Van De Sompel Poster 3: Impact of URI Canonicalization on Memento Count
Saket Vishwasrao, Zhiwu Xie, Edward Fox Poster 4: Web Archiving Through In-Memory Page Cache
3:00 BREAK Refreshments, viewing posters and demos
3:20 Ian Milligan, Nick Ruest, Ryan Deschamps Paper 1: Building a National Web Archiving Collaborative Platform: The Web Archives for Longitudinal Knowledge Project
3:45 Sawood Alam, Mat Kelly, Michele Weigle, Michael Nelson Paper 2: Avoiding Zombies in Archival Replay Using ServiceWorker
4:10 Ziquan Wang, Borui Lin, Ian Milligan, Jimmy Lin Paper 3: Topic Shifts Between Two US Presidential Administrations
4:35 Brenda Reyes Ayala Paper 4: Web archives: A preliminary exploration of user expectations vs. reality
5:00 Close of Session 1, Dinner optional WADL attendees are encouraged to gather informally for dinner to continue discussions.

Friday, June 23, 9-12pm

Time Activity, Presenters/Authors Title of Presentation
9:00 Emily Maemura, Dawn Walker, Matt Price, Maya Anjur-Dietrich PANEL: Challenges for Grassroots Web Archiving of Environmental Data
9:30 Tom J. Smyth Paper 5: Legal Deposit, Collection Development, Preservation, and Web Archiving at Library and Archives Canada
9:55 Muhammad Umar Qasim and Sam-Chin Li Paper 6: Working Together Toward a Shared Vision : Canadian Government Information Digital Preservation Network (CGI DPN)
10:20 BREAK Discussions, Networking
10:40 Nick Ruest Paper 7: Strategies for Collecting, Processing, and Analyzing Tweets from Large Newsworthy Events
11:05 Saurabh Chakravarty, Eric Williamson, Edward Fox Paper 8: Classification of Tweets using Augmented Training
11:30 Closing discussion Plans for future activities and collaborations


Archiving (events)

Big data

Classification, clustering

Client/proxy/server side collecting

Crawling (focused)

Curation, quality control

Databases / collections (of webpages)


Extraction & analysis

Filling gaps

Globalization, languages

Social sciences

Linking archives


Mobile devices

Network science


Resource description

Standards, protocols

Systems, tools

Tweet collections and connections


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