NECode4lib 2015 Fall

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Friday, December 4

Please join us Friday, December 4, in Hanover, NH for the Fall 2015 NECode4Lib conference. This informal conference will feature sessions covering technology in libraries, archives and museums in the New England area.



This NECode4Lib meeting will be hosted by the Dartmouth College Library.

When - Friday, December 4th

Where - Jones Media Center, Baker-Berry Library, Dartmouth College

Registration Cost - Free!

Registration Link -

Planning Committee - Joe Montibello (, Jenny Mullins (, Carla Galarza (, Laura Braunstein (, Shaun Akhtar (




Hotel blocks are being held for the nights of Thursday, December 3 and Friday, December 4 under Code4Lib -- mention this event when calling to make your reservation. Hotel blocks will be held at these rates until November 3. For additional suggestions, or if you need to book housing after the blocks have expired (or if they have sold out), please email the organizers at

Hotel Rate Phone
Hanover Inn (five minute walk from Baker-Berry Library) $129 603-643-4300
Six South Street Hotel (ten minute walk) $114 603-643-0600
Element Hotel (ten minute drive) $129 603-448-5000
Courtyard by Marriott (ten minute drive) $145 603-643-5600

Code of Conduct

NECode4Lib is dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. We are using the Code4Lib 2015 Conference Code of Conduct that can be found at: If an incident occurs, please use the following contact information:

Conference organizers:
Joe Montibello (cell) - 603-553-0393
Jenny Mullins (cell) - 412-7128-1882
Dartmouth Safety & Security: 603-646-4000
Hanover Police Department: 603-643-2222
Grafton County Support Center Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: 603-448-5922


Programming Sign-up

Share what you are working on or talk about a topic you are interested in! We would also love to ideas for some roundtable discussions. Add your name and a description below.

If you do not have a wiki account, you can contact Ryan Wick ( with your preferred username to set up a Code4Lib wiki account. Or, if you prefer to not have an account or muck about in the wiki yourself, you may contact Joe Montibello ( to have your presentation/lightning talk/discussion topic added below for you.


15-20 minutes talks.

  1. Ben Florin - Recommending librarians using Elasticsearch and LC Call Numbers
  2. Rob O'Connell - Browsing your collection using x and restful servers
  3. Alice Prael and Jeff Erickson - Where to Start Implementing Digital Preservation
  4. Steven Anderson and Eben English (Boston Public Library) - RDF and Linked Data
  5. Stefanie Ramsay and Julie Seifert - Building the Digital Preservation Community
  6. Chuck McAndrew - The Tor Relay at the Lebanon Public Libraries

Lightning Talks

A lightning talk is a fast-paced, 5-minute talk on the topic of your choice.

  1. Rose Reynolds -A Tour of the Library: Moving from analog to digital
  2. Jenny Mullins - Script for Success: A micro-service approach to quality control for digital preservation
  3. Alice Prael - Intro to Born Digital Processing Tools and Workflows
  4. John Bell - Name Authorities and Linked Data

Discussion Topics

List some topics you are interested in talking to others during breakout time.

  1. Subject Specialists and Digital Scholarship (Laura Braunstein)


Mailing list

NECode4Lib has a low-traffic NECode4Lib Google Group. Consider subscribing.