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May 2011

IS&T Archiving Conference, Salt Lake City UT

JHOVE2: A Next-Generation Framework and Application for File Characterization, 8:00am-3:15pm, May 16, 2011 IS&T Conference (See p.6 of the Preliminary Program for more information.)

February 2011

"Code4Lib 2011 Pre-Conference sessions"

http://code4lib.org/conference/2011/schedule#preconf

  • Creating a new JHOVE2 Format Module PPT
  • Using JHOVE2 for Policy Assessment of Files PPT

November 2010

"JHOVE2: Taking Technical Metadata Further"

Presentation by Hannah Frost to the Association of Moving Image Archivists and the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives, Philadelphia, November 5, 2010.

  • Download presentation slides as PDF (707 Kb)

"Next Generation Characterization: An Update on the JHOVE2 Project"

Presentation by the JHOVE2 project team at the Digital Library Federation Fall 2010 Forum, Palo Alto, November 3, 2010.

  • Download presentation slides as PDF (1.2 Mb)

September 2010

2010 Fall Workshop, September 19, 2010 (before iPRES 2010), Vienna, Austria.

July 2010

"Next Generation Characterization: An Update on the JHOVE2 Project"

Presentation by the JHOVE2 project team to the NDIIPP Partner Meeting, Arlington, July 20-22, 2010.

  • Download presentation slides as PDF (1.7 Mb)

October 2009

"'What? So What?': JHOVE2 Next-Generation Characterization"

Public workshop on JHOVE2 by Stephen Abrams, Richard Anderson, Hannah Frost, and Sheila Morrissey in San Francisco, October 7, 2009.

The workshop was held in conjunction with the iPRES 2009 conference.

  • Download workshop presentation slides as PPT (825 Kb) or PDF (830 Kb)

JHOVE2 lightning talk

Lightning talk (6 minutes) by Stephen Abrams on the JHOVE2 project at the iPRES 2009 conference, San Francisco, October 5-6, 2009.

  • See the video,
  • Download presentation slides as PPT (74 Kb) or PDF (417 Kb)

Assessing Digital Objects with JHOVE2

Poster by Hannah Frost at the iPRES 2009 conference, San Francisco, October 5-6, 2009.

  • Download poster as PPT (316 Kb)

November 2008

"JHOVE2 Needs Assessment and Functional Requirements"

Presentation by Stephen Abrams, Sheila Morrissey, and Tom Cramer at a public meeting of North American stakeholders to discuss JHOVE2 functional requirements at a Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) session at the DLF Fall Forum, Providence, November 12-14, 2008.

  • Download presentation slides as PPT (102 Kb)

JHOVE2 Press Release: "JHOVE2 Project Underway"

The November 6, 2008 press release from the project team, sent out to a variety of community mailing lists: digital-preservation, diglib, digpres, dlf-announce, padiforum-l, code4lib, mets, mix, pig, and sun-pasig. This is the project team's first broadcast announcement on the effort.


September 2008

"JHOVE2: A next-generation architecture for format-aware characterization"

Presentation by Stephen Abrams, Sheila Morrissey, Evan Owens, Tom Cramer, and Keith Johnson at an invitational meeting of European stakeholders to discuss JHOVE2 functional requirements at the British Library, London, October 1, 2008, following the [http://www.bl.uk/ipres2008/|iPRES 2008] conference.

This meeting was generously sponsored by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek and the British Library.

  • Download presentation slides as PPT (209 Kb)

"'What? So what?': The next-generation JHOVE2 architecture for format-aware characterization"

Paper by Stephen Abrams, Evan Owens, and Tom Cramer at [[http://www.bl.uk/ipres2008/|iPRES 2008], British Library, London, September 29-30, 2008.

The JHOVE framework is widely used by international digital library programs and preservation repositories. However, its extensive use over the past four years has revealed a number of limitations imposed by idiosyncrasies of design and implementation. With funding from the Library of Congress under its National Digital Information Infrastructure Preservation Program (NDIIPP), the California Digital Library (CDL), Portico, and Stanford University are collaborating on a two year project to develop and deploy a next-generation architecture providing enhanced performance, streamlined APIs, and significant new features. The JHOVE2 project generalizes the concept of format characterization to include identification, validation, feature extraction, and policy-based assessment. The target of this characterization is not a simple digital file, but a (potentially) complex digital object that may be instantiated in multiple files. This presentation will describe the goals, processes, deliverables, and schedule for the JHOVE2 project.

  • Download paper as PDF (185 Kb)
  • Download presentation slides as PPT (175 Kb)

November 2007

"JHOVE2: A next-generation architecture for format aware preservation processing"

Presentation by Stephen Abrams, Evan Owens, and Tom Cramer at a Birds-of-Feather session at the DLF Fall Forum, Philadelphia, November 5-7, 2007.

  • Download presentation slides as PPT (127 Kb)

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