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DC SEUG 2020

Thank You to Our Sponsor, Presenters, and Attendees!

Meeting LogoThe Digital Commons Southeastern User Group Meeting (DC SEUG 2020) met virtually Friday, May 29th, 2020. Thank you to our sponsors, presenters, and attendees for making this year's meeting a success!

See the final schedule, presentation materials, and session recordings here.

Schedule & Presentations


The final schedule is available on Digital Commons.
 

Automating Metadata Pulls via DOI and Google Apps Scripts
Aajay Murphy, Kennesaw State University
Himaja Kailaswar, Kennesaw State University

 

Creating A Public Dataset from a Plant Ecology Class Research Project: The Value of Digital Commons as a Pedagogical Tool for Research
Lissa M. Leege, Georgia Southern University
Shannon Matzke, Georgia Southern University
Michaella Valkenaar, Georgia Southern University
Rachael Rozelle, Georgia Southern University
Dawn Cannon-Rech, Georgia Southern University
Jeffrey Mortimore, Georgia Southern University

 

Creating Oral History Collections in Digital Commons
Christy Allen, Furman University
Rick Jones, Furman University

 

Drive Traffic, Increase Links
Michele Gibney, University of the Pacific
Nicole Grady, University of the Pacific

 

Establishing Best Practices in Institutional Repository Organization
Scott Bacon, Coastal Carolina University

 

From Dublin Core to Marc - Crosswalking ETD Metadata from Digital Commons to the Library Catalog
Jill V. Krefft, Florida International University
Zhonghua Du, Florida International University
Rebecca Bakker, Florida International University

 

Giving New Life to Old Memories: Migrating Central Florida Memory from CONTENTdm to Digital Commons
Lee Dotson, University of Central Florida

 

Hosting Art Exhibits to Enhance Student Engagement at a Commuter Campus
Allison Galloup, University of North Georgia
Teresa Nesbitt, University of North Georgia
Rebecca Rose, University of North Georgia

 

Integrating Linked Data into the Institutional Repository: A Simple Application for Digital Commons Users
Marielle Veve, University of North Florida

 

Keeping the Ball Rolling: Sustainability and the Open Access Learned Society Journal
Virginia C. Feher, University of North Georgia
Aajay Murphy, Kennesaw State University

 

Keeping Your Repository Going When Time Is a Challenge
DeAnn Brame, Winthrop University

 

Kicking & Streaming! Enhancing Digitally-Born Oral History Collections in Digital Commons
Autumn Johnson, Georgia Southern University

 

Lessons Learned in LMU Digital Commons
Arya Hackney, Lincoln Memorial University

 

Mining the Minutia: Leveraging Adobe Acrobat’s Comparison Tools for CV Updates
Jennifer Gerrald, Georgia Southern University
Jeffrey M. Mortimore, Georgia Southern University