Thank you so much for attending the first ever LYRASIS Member Summit. We came together as a group to facilitate critical discussion, learning and problem solving about Content, Services and Software near the LYRASIS headquarters in downtown Atlanta on October 17 and 18.
Even if you were not able to attend, we’ve posted our panel discussion presentations and a recording of the opening remarks by Robert Miller, LYRASIS CEO, and keynote by Robert Cartolano, Columbia University.
PPT Panel Presentations
Roles of Libraries, Archives, Museums in Creating and Sustaining Open Knowledge – Pegg Glahn, Program Director at Reveal Digital
Roles of Libraries, Archives, Museums in Creating and Sustaining Open Knowledge – Thomas Rosko, Institute Archivist and Head of MIT Archives and Special Collections
Roles of Libraries, Archives, Museums in Creating and Sustaining Open Knowledge – Dr. Lucy Montgomery, Director of the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin University in Australia and representative for Knowledge Unlatched
Open Source Software and Community Supported Software – Sustaining Together Panel – Chris Hoffman, Program Director, UC Berkeley’s Research Data Management Program Representing CollectionSpace
Open Source Software and Community Supported Software – Sustaining Together Panel – Mark Jordan, Head of Library Systems, W.A.C. Bennett Library, Simon Fraser University Representing Islandora
Fedora Open Source Durable Object Repository – Robert Cartolano, AVP for Digital Programs and Technology Services for Columbia University Libraries/Information Services