Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation
Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation (CS3DP) was established in 2017 through funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The project brings together a diverse group of experts to develop foundational recommendations for the preservation, documentation and dissemination of 3D data. In this presentation, organizers will describe the project, the forthcoming book, and what’s on the horizon.
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Jennifer Moore is the Head of Data Services. She leads a team focused on data analysis, data curation, data literacy, data management, data visualization, and GIS. Moore is a partner and curator in the Data Curation Network, a co-PI on the IMLS Specialized Data Curation Workshop grant, and a co-PI on a National Science Foundation Grant (NSF) EAGER grant Completing the Lifecycle: Developing Evidence Based Models of Research Data Sharing. Additionally, she was a co-PI on the IMLS grant, Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation (CS3DP), co-editor of the subsequent (forthcoming) publication, and continues to work in that community. Moore has degrees in Anthropology and Fine Art, and she received her MLIS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2010.
Adam Rountrey is a Research Museum Collection Manager at the University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology. He has been involved with acquisition, analysis, visualization, preservation, and dissemination of 3D specimen data at this institution since 2004. During this time, Adam developed the photogrammetry workflows and 3D webviewer for the University of Michigan Online Repository of Fossils, and he currently manages the online repository. He is a co-PI on the IMLS-funded Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation project and is particularly interested in issues related to rights and ownership of 3D data in museum settings.
Hannah Scates Kettler leads digital scholarship projects from inception to preservation, managing the process of creation as well as providing research, and development support as the Head of Digital Scholarship & Initiatives at Iowa State University. She is active in concerns regarding 3D creation and preservation, diverse representations in cultural heritage collections and digital humanities. Scates Kettler holds a BA from the University of Iowa in Anthropology with minors in Art History and Classics. She also holds a MA from King’s College London in Digital Humanities where she specialized in virtual cultural heritage. She is also on the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA), and a member of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) and the American Library Association (ALA/ACRL).