Articles, Presentations, ReportsBelow is a listing of articles (published in journals and conference proceedings) and presentations (papers and posters given at conferences), as well as project reports, that have been produced by ECHO DEPository staff since the project began. Most of these are archived in IDEALS, the University of Illinois' institutional repository.
Cobb, J., Pearce-Moses, R. & Surface, T. (April, 2005). ECHO DEPository Project. IS&T Archiving Conference, 2005, Washington, D.C.
Pearce-Moses, R. & Kaczmarek, J. (2005). An Arizona model for preservation and access of Web documents. Originally published in DttP: Documents to the People, 33(1), 17-24.
Lefurgy, W. (2005). Building preservation partnerships: the Library of Congress
National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program. Library Trends, Special Issue: Digital Preservation: Finding Balance, 54(1), 163-174.
Kaczmarek,J., Habing, T. & Eke, J. (June, 2006). Repository software evaluation using the Audit Checklist for Certification of Trusted Digital Repositories. Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 2006, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Dubin, D., Futrelle, J. & Plutchak, J. (August, 2006). Metadata Enrichment for Digital Preservation. Extreme Markup Languages 2006, Montréal,
Godby, C. J.; Hswe, P.; Jackson, L.; Klavans, J.; Ratinov, L.; Roth, D.; & Cho, H. (2009). Who's who in your digital collection: developing a tool for name disambiguation and identity resolution. In Proceedings of the 2009 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science. Publication pending..
Ratinov, L. & Roth, D. (2009). Design challenges and misconceptions in named entity recognition. In CoNLL-2009: Thirteenth Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning, 147-155. Boulder, CO: Association for Computational Linguistics.
Rani, S., Goodkin, J., Cobb, J., Habing, T., Urban, R., Eke, J., Pearce-Moses, R. (June, 2006). Technical architecture overview: tools for acquisition, packaging & ingest of Web objects into multiple repositories. Poster presented at JCDL 2006, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Habing, T., Cordial, M., Eke, J., Mischo, W., Cole, T. (April, 2007). Repository interoperability with the Hub and Spoke Poster presented at Open Repositories Conference 2007, Austin, Texas.
Habing, T. (June, 2007). Integrating PREMIS and METS. Invited presentation for PREMIS Tutorial at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC.
Habing, T. (June, 2007). METS, MODS and PREMIS, oh my! (and a little MIX and other schema too): integrating digital library standards for interoperability and preservation. Presented at ALA Annual conference, Washington, DC.
Cordial, M., Habing, T., Ingram, W. & Manaster, R. (February, 2008). The Hub and Spoke Framework: interoperability and collection of preservation metadata for digital repository content. Presented at Code4Lib 2008, Portland, Oregon.
Habing, T., Ingram, W. & Manaster, R. (February, 2009). Interoperability and preservation with the Hub and Spoke (HandS). Presented at Community Approaches to Digital Preservation Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
McDonough, J., Jackson, L., Singh, M., Zhu, G. & Hswe, P. (April, 2009). INFORM Risk Assessment Methodology project: developing a tool for collaboratively assessing data format risk. Poster presented at the 2009 GSLIS Research Showcase, Champaign, Illinois.
Unsworth, J., Sandore, B., Eke, J. & Hswe, P. (2009). ECHO DEPository Technical Architecture Phase 1 Final Report. Submitted to the Library of Congress. This narrative report describes the activities and deliverables carried out during ECHO DEP 1, 2004-2007. Accompanying the report are several appendix items, including the "ECHO DEP Framework for Evaluation of Digital Repository Software" and the "Annotated Integrated Audit Checklist," based on the Trusted Digital Repository Audit Checklist (now TRAC).
Jackson, L. S. (2010a). Testing the extracting metadata for preservation project's named entity recognizer on metadata. Technical Report #ISRN UIUCLIS--2010/1+EAP. Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Jackson, L. S. (2010b). Functional genre in Illinois State Government digital documents. Technical report #ISRN UIUCLIS--2010/3+EAP. Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Unsworth, J., & Sandore, B. (2010). ECHO DEPository Technical Architecture Phase 2 Final Report. Submitted to the Library of Congress. This narrative report describes the activities and deliverables carried out during ECHO DEP 2, 2008-2010.