→Tentative Friday, July 24th
8:30 - 9:00: Checkin<br />
9:00 - 9:10: Housekeeping<br />
15 - 10 :15: Lightning Talks #2 (or 3 presentations depending on presentations submitted)<br /> 10:15 - 10:30: Break<br /> 10:30 - 10:50: <br />
Paul Butler, Ball State University <br />
EZProxy – The Canary in the Coal Mine for Compromised User Credentials <br />
EZProxy is one of the most used, and exposed, applications that library IT supports. Libraries use EZProxy to restrict access to some of our most coveted resources. As such, EZProxy can be used as one of the frontlines in identifying compromised user credentials. In this presentation Paul Butler (Library Technologies Support Analyst at Ball State University) will discuss the techniques, EZProxy customization, and custom code Ball State University Libraries uses to identify compromised user credentials.
Mike Shallcross (Bentley Historical Library) <br />
ArchivesSpace-Archivematica-DSpace Workflow Integration - : Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, this project seeks to expedite the ingest, description, and overall curation of digital archives by facilitating the creation and reuse of descriptive and administrative metadata among emerging platforms and streamlining the deposit of fully processed content into a digital preservation repository. This presentation will provide an overview of project goals and objectives and an update on current development work. <br />
20 - 11: 40: <br />
Building a PHP code library for Interacting with an Linked Data-based Discovery API - Karen Coombs (OCLC): The WorldCat Discovery API has the typical abilities you’d expect for building your own local discovery world: search access to WorldCat bibliographic and article data, facets, a variety of search indexes, and links to holdings. Because an RDF-based model is fairly new to libraries, we decided we could increase the adaptability of the API by providing a code library that would streamline the development process. This presentation will discuss the process of creating object-oriented PHP code library which would make the semantically rich entities and data available in a fashion that was more familiar to programmers used to working in OO PHP.<br />
40 - 12: 00: <br />
An OLE Deployment Architecture
In the August 2014, The University of Chicago Library migrated from its legacy ILS to Kuali OLE (Open Library Environment) as an early adopter. This talk will describe the deployment architecture we settled on for OLE, including myriad integrations points with external systems.
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