Paper Published: “Supporting Virtual Reality and 3D in Academic Libraries: Defining Preservation and Curation Challenges”
Our paper, “Supporting Virtual Reality and 3D in Academic Libraries Defining Preservation and Curation Challenges,” presented at #iPres2019 this past September (on preservation issues of 3D/VR) was recently published in the conference proceedings (pp. 114-125): https://ipres2019.org/static/
proceedings/iPRES2019.pdfCo-Authored with – Matt Cook, Harvard University; Nathan Hall, Virginia Tech; Juliet Hardesty, Indiana University; Jamie Wittenberg, Indiana University; Jennifer Johnson, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis; Robert McDonald, University of Colorado Boulder; & Tara Carlisle, University of Oklahoma.
Abstract – Academic libraries are increasingly adopting virtual reality (VR) technologies for a variety
of research and teaching purposes, yet there is a lack of clear guidance in the community on how to manage these technologies in effective and sustainable ways. In June 2018, the University of Oklahoma hosted the second of three forums on the topic of using 3D and VR for visualization and analysis in academic libraries, as part of the IMLS-funded project, Developing Library Strategy for 3D and Virtual Reality Collection Development and Reuse (LIB3DVR). This project uses nominal group technique to collect data from the invited experts (from diverse academic disciplines and institutional contexts) at the Forum to identify common preservation and curation challenges in the visualization and analysis of 3D data and the management of VR programs. This paper describes the findings of this project and outlines strategies and techniques for curating and preserving 3D/VR.
Keywords – Virtual Reality, 3D Data, Libraries, Preservation, Curation
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (LG-73-17-0141-17). The views, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
December 16, 2019 / ZLK / Comments Off
Categories: Conference Presentations, publications, Research, VR Preservation
Upcoming Talk at iPres 2019 Paper Published: “Challenges and Strategies for Educational Virtual Reality Results of an Expert-led Forum on 3D/VR Technologies Across Academic Institutions”
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