National & International Presentations

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “ArcLight and beyond: Illuminating the problem of ‘seamless’ archival discovery and delivery.” Intersections: Technology and Public Services in Special Collections Symposium, State College, PA, Aug 7 2017. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., Emilie Hardman, Susan Pyzynski, Sally Vermaaten, James Bullen, Wendy Hagenmaier, and Mike Shallcross. “User-Centered Collaboration for Archival Discovery.” Society of American Archivists, Portland, OR, Jul 28 2017. Reviewed

Slides Klein, Martin, Gretchen Gueguen, Mark A. Matienzo, and Petr Knoth. “ResourceSync: Overview and Real-World Use Cases for Discovery, Harvesting, and Synchronization of Resources on the Web.” DPLAFest, Chicago, IL, Apr 20 2017. Voted

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., Christina Harlow, Hector Correa, and Steve Van Tuyl. “Data Modeling 101: Getting Started.” Code4lib, Los Angeles, CA, Mar 6 2017. Voted

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., Christina Harlow, Esmé Cowles, and Steve Van Tuyl. “Data Modeling 201: Building Models and Profiles with PCDM.” Code4lib, Los Angeles, CA, Mar 6 2017. Voted

Slides Fournier, Melissa Gold, Emily Gore, Greg Cram, and Mark A. Matienzo. “Encouraging Use and Reuse of your Collections with RightsStatements.org: Interoperable Standardized Rights Statements for Cultural Heritage.” Museum Computer Network, New Orleans, LA, Nov 4 2016. Reviewed

Harlow, Christina, Tom Johnson, Mark A. Matienzo, and Julie Hardesty. “Data Modeling 101: What, How, and Why It’s More than PCDM.” Hydra Connect 2016, Boston, MA, Oct 3 2016. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Descriptive Metadata Alignment and Interoperability in IIIF.” Access to the World’s Images: The Advantages of IIIF, New York, NY, May 11 2016. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., and Anna Naruta-Moya. “IIIF: Archival Use Cases.” Access to the World’s Images: The Advantages of IIIF, New York, NY, May 10 2016. Invited

Slides Roddis, Tristan, Esmé Cowles, Antoine Isaac, and Mark Matienzo. “Everything You Wanted To Know about IIIF But Were Afraid to Ask.” DPLAFest 2016, Washington, DC, Apr 15 2016. Invited

Slides Frost, Hannah, Gretchen Gueguen, and Mark A. Matienzo. “Hydra in a Box: Building a Next-Generation Platform for Digital Collections.” DPLAFest 2016, Washington, DC, Apr 14 2016. Reviewed

Paper Slides Matienzo, Mark. “Ever to Excel: Towards an Apologetics of the Spreadsheet.” Code4lib 2016, Philadelphia, PA, Mar 8 2016. Reviewed

Slides Video Cramer, Tom, Mark Matienzo, and Debra Hanken Kurtz. “Hydra-in-a-Box: Building and Bundling a National Digital Platform.” Coalition for Networked Information Membership Meeting, Washington, DC, Dec 15 2015. Reviewed

Slides Estlund, Karen, Declan Fleming, Mark Matienzo, and Jon Stroop. “Portland Common Data Model: Creating and Sharing Complex Digital Objects.” Coalition for Networked Information Membership Meeting, Washington, DC, Dec 15 2015. Reviewed

Slides Gore, Emily, Greg Cram, Dave Hansen, and Mark Matienzo. “RightsStatements.org: An International, Interoperable Approach to Standardized Rights Statements for Cultural Heritage.” Coalition for Networked Information Membership Meeting, Washington, DC. Dec 14 2015. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “IIIF & the Digital Public Library of America.” IIIF: Access to the World’s Images, Ghent, Belgium, Dec 7 2015. Invited

Paper Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “To Hell With Good Intentions: Linked Data, Community, and the Power to Name.” Keynote, Library Information Technology Association Forum, Minneapolis, MN, Nov 14 2015. Invited

Henry, Chuck and Bethany Nowviskie (facilitators). “Capacity and Community: Setting Agendas for #ourDLF.” Digital Library Federation Forum, Vancouver, BC, Oct 28 2015. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “RightsStatements.org: Technical Implementation.” DPLA Data Day, Digital Library Federation Forum, Vancouver, BC, Oct 28 2015. Invited

Slides Cramer, Tom, Jonathan Markow, and Mark Matienzo. “Hydra in a Box.” Digital Library Federation Forum, Vancouver BC, Oct 27 2015. Voted

Slides Frost, Hannah, and Mark Matienzo. “Hydra in a Box.” Hydra Connect 2015, Minneapolis, MN, Sep 22 2015. Reviewed

Arnold, Hillel, Maureen Callahan, Ben Goldman, Tom Johnson, Mark A. Matienzo, and Aaron Rubenstein. “Hydra Archivists’ Interest Group Data Modeling Workshop.” Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Cleveland OH, Aug 19 2015. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Analyzing Rights Statements in Digital Object Aggregators.” Society of American Archivists Research Forum, Cleveland, OH, Aug 18 2015. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., and Rachel Frick. “Sharing With Purpose: A Rant about Rights Statements.” Open Repositories 2015, Indianapolis, IN, Jun 10 2015. Reviewed

Slides Anderson, Steven, Aaron Coburn, Mark Matienzo, Jeremy Nelson, and James Van Mil. “Easing the Pain of Linked Data Vocabularies.” Ideas Challenge, Open Repositories 2015, Indianapolis, IN, Jun 10 2015.

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., and Rachel Frick. “IIIF & the Digital Public Library of America.” IIIF: Sharing Images of Global Cultural Heritage, Washington, DC, May 5 2015. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “What’s New in DPLA Technology?” DPLAFest 2015, Indianapolis, IN, Apr 17 2015. Invited

Slides Altman, Audrey, Mark Breedlove, Gretchen Gueguen, Tom Johnson, Mark Matienzo, and Amy Rudersdorf. “DPLA API Workshop.” Code4lib 2015, Portland, OR, Feb 9 2015.

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Rights Statements in Digital Object Aggregators: DPLA, Europeana, and the International Rights Statement Working Group.” Digital Library Federation Forum, Atlanta, GA, Oct 28 2014. Voted

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., Kevin Ford, Tom Johnson, Eric Miller, and David Wood. “RDF Application Profiles and Tools for Metadata Validation and Quality Control.” International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, Austin, TX, Oct 9 2014. Peer-Reviewed

Paper Slides Matienzo, Mark A. and Amy Rudersdorf. “The Digital Public Library of America Ingestion Ecosystem: Lessons Learned After One Year of Large-Scale Collaborative Metadata Aggregation.” International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, Austin, TX, Oct 9 2014. Peer-Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “The DPLA API.” LibHack 2014, Philadelphia, PA, Jan 24 2014. Invited

Slides Millman, David, Mark A. Matienzo, Katherine Kott, and Brad Westbrook. “ArchivesSpace 1.0 and Beyond.” Digital Library Federation Forum, Austin, TX, Nov 5 2013. Reviewed

Slides Kott, Katherine, Brad Westbrook, Mark A. Matienzo, and James Bullen. “ArchivesSpace: A Next-Generation Archives Management System.” Society of American Archivists, New Orleans, LA, Aug 17 2013. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. and Don Mennerich. “Pitfall! Working with Legacy Born Digital Materials in Special Collections.” Code4lib, Chicago, IL, Feb 12 2013. Voted

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “ArchivesSpace.” CurateGear, Chapel Hill, NC, Jan 9 2013. Invited

Slides Millman, David, Mark A. Matienzo, and Katherine Kott. “Sustaining ArchivesSpace.” Digital Library Federation Forum, Denver, CO, Nov 4 2012. Voted

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Using and Developing with Open Source Forensics Software in Digital Archives Programs.” Open Source Digital Forensics Conference, Chantilly, VA, Oct 3 2012. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Digital Archives, Digital Forensics, and Open Source Search: Developing Together.” Open Source Search Conference, Chantilly, VA, Oct 2 2012. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Using and Developing with Open Source Digital Forensics Software in Digital Archives Programs.” Society of American Archivists Research Forum, San Diego, CA, Aug 7 2012. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Digital Forensics for Digital Archives.” Digital Preservation 2012, Arlington, VA, Jul 25 2012. Invited

Video Gueguen, Gretchen, Mark A. Matienzo, Simon Wilson, and Peter Chan. “Born-Digital Collections: An Inter-Institutional Model for Stewardship.” ACRL Digital Curation Interest Group Webinar Series. Jun 7 2012. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Accessioning-Based Metadata Extraction and Iterative Processing: Notes from the Field.” CurateGear, Chapel Hill, NC, Jan 6 2012. Invited

Slides Kott, Katherine, and Mark A. Matienzo. “ArchivesSpace: Building a Next-Generation Archives Management Tool.” Digital Library Federation Forum, Baltimore, MD, Oct 31 2011. Voted

Slides Gueguen, Gretchen, Mark A. Matienzo, Simon Wilson, and Peter Chan. “Born-Digital Archives in Collecting Repositories: Turning Challenges into Byte-Size Opportunities.” Society of American Archivists, Chicago, IL, Aug 27 2011. Reviewed

Slides Kott, Katherine, and Mark A. Matienzo. “ArchivesSpace Update.” Society of American Archivists Archivists’ Toolkit/Archon Roundtable, Chicago, IL, Aug 24 2011. Invited

Slides Glick, Kevin and Mark A. Matienzo. “Accessioning of Born-Digital Records.” CREW: Collecting Repositories E-Records Workshop, Chicago, IL, Aug 23 2011.

Slides Abreu, Amelia, and Mark A. Matienzo. “Archival Sense-making: Personal Digital Archiving as an Iteration.” Personal Digital Archiving 2011, San Francisco, CA, Feb 24-25 2011. Refereed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Fiwalk With Me: Building Emergent Pre-Ingest Workflows for Digital Archival Records using Open Source Forensic Software.” Code4lib, Bloomington, IN, Feb 9 2011. Voted

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Findability in the Flow: Discovery through Linking.” In “Not on Google? It Doesn’t Exist: Findability and Search Engine Optimization for Archives,” Society of American Archivists, Washington, DC, Aug 14 2010. Reviewed

Poster Matienzo, Mark A. “Accessioning, Transfer, and Ingest Workflow for Born-Digital Archives in Collecting Repositories” (poster). Society of American Archivists Research Forum, Washington, DC, Aug 10 2010. Refereed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Online Presence and Participation.” In “Building, Managing, and Participating in Online Communities: Avoiding Culture Shock Online,” Society of American Archivists, Austin, TX, Aug 13 2009. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Linked Data and Archival Description: Confluences, Contingencies, and Conflicts.” Society of American Archivists Encoded Archival Description Roundtable, Austin, TX, Aug 12 2009. Invited

Slides Video Matienzo, Mark A. “How I Failed With Distributed Version Control Systems, Archival Metadata, and Workflow Integration.” Code4lib, Providence, RI, Feb 24 2009. Voted

Slides Green, Jean, Jessica Lacher-Feldman, Mark A. Matienzo, and Amy C. Schindler. “Old Stuff, New Tricks: How Archivists Are Making Special Collections Even More Special Using Web 2.0 Technologies.” American Association for History & Computing, New York, NY, Jan 3 2009. Reviewed

Slides Audio Matienzo, Mark A. “Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description.” EAD@10: A Symposium Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Encoded Archival Description. Society of American Archivists, San Francisco, CA, Aug 31 2008. Invited

Paper Matienzo, Mark A. “Canonization, Archivalization, and the ‘Archival Imaginary’.” Archive Fervour/Archive Further: Literature, Archives, and Literary Archives, Aberystwyth, Wales, Jul 9-11 2008. Reviewed

Slides Matienzo, Mark A., Amelia Abreu, Meredith Ferguson, and Merrilee Proffitt. “Rethinking Access And Descriptive Practice.” Society of American Archivists, Chicago, IL, Aug 31 2007. Reviewed Chair

Regional Presentations

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Click to add title.” Northern California Technical Process Group, San Francisco, CA, Apr 28, 2017. Invited</span>

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Updates on DPLA and Hydra-In-A-Box.” Mid-Atlantic Fedora Users Group, Philadelphia, PA, Nov 30 2015. Invited</span>

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Heidrun: Building DPLA’s New Metadata Ingestion System.” Metropolitan New York Library Council Annual Conference, New York, NY, Jan 15 2015. Reviewed</span>

Slides Rudersdorf, Amy, and Mark A. Matienzo. “Pacific Northwest DPLA Metadatathon: Intro to DPLA Metadata.” Portland, OR, Jul 19 2014. Invited

Matienzo, Mark A. “The Digital Public Library of America: An Introduction.” Metropolitan New York Library Council, New York, NY, Jul 2 2014. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “The Digital Public Library of America: An Introduction.” New York Archives Conference, Binghamton, NY, Jun 6 2014. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Among Place and Non-Place: Situating the Digital Public Library of America.” British Columbia Library Conference, Vancouver, BC, Apr 1 2014. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “ArchivesSpace: Building a Next-Generation Archives Management Tool.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Bethlehem, PA, Oct 22 2011. Invited

Matienzo, Mark A. “New Directions for Archival Data.” New England Archivists, Providence, RI, Apr 2 2011. Invited Chair

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Learning to Take, Learning to Give: Linking as Repurposing Metadata.” New England Archivists Spring Meeting, Mar 20 2010. Invited

Matienzo, Mark A. “Perspectives of Encoded Archival Description at the Institutional, Research, and National Level,” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Jersey City, NJ, Oct 2009. Invited Chair

Local Presentations

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Improving Metadata and Reuse Across the Network.” HIST-GA.2031: Advanced Archival Description (guest lecture), New York University, New York, NY, Nov 23 2015. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “DPLA: Partnering for Discovery, Reuse, and Metadata Quality.” INST 643: Curation in Cultural Institutions (guest lecture), University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Oct 13 2015. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Improving Metadata and Reuse Across the Network.” HIST-GA.2031: Advanced Archival Description (guest lecture), New York University, New York, NY, Nov 24 2014. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “What We Learned by Aggregating Metadata for 7 Million Items.” Code4lib MDC, Washington, DC, Aug 11 2014. Invited

Matienzo, Mark A. “DPLA After One Year,” ARTstor, New York, NY, Jun 12 2014. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Archivists’ Toolkit (The AT).” CINE-GT.2031: Access to Moving Image Collections (guest lecture), New York University, New York, NY, Dec 12 2012. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Linked Data and the Semantic Web in an Archival Context.” HIST-GA.2031: Advanced Archival Description (guest lecture), New York University, New York, NY, Dec 10 2012. Invited

Video Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Using Open Source Digital Forensics Software for Digital Archives Workshop.” Society of American Archivists, University of Michigan Student Chapter, Ann Arbor, MI, Oct 19 2012. Invited

Matienzo, Mark A. “Contextual Futures: The Meaning, Structure, and Use of Archival Description.” Gelman Library, George Washington University, Washington, DC, Oct 5 2012. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Digital Forensics & Born-Digital Archives at Yale.” Librarian’s Conference Recap, Yale University Library Standing Committee on Professional Awareness, New Haven, CT, Sep 19 2012.

Video Matienzo, Mark A. “Contextual Futures: The Meaning, Structure, and Use of Archival Description.” Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, College Park, MD, May 8 2012. Invited

Paper Video Matienzo, Mark A. “WikiLeaks & the Archives and Records Profession: A Panel Discussion.” Archivists’ Roundtable of Metropolitan New York, New York, NY, Jan 25 2011. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Linked Data and Archival Description: Confluences, Contingencies, and Conflicts.” Cornell University Library Metadata Working Group, Ithaca, NY, Feb 23 2010. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Archives & The Semantic Web (for Archivists).” Archivists’ Roundtable of Metropolitan New York, New York, NY, Jun 23 2009. Invited

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Archives & The Semantic Web (for Semantic Technologists).” New York Semantic Web Meetup, New York, NY, May 13 2009. Invited

Miscellaneous Presentations, Lightning Talks and Unconference Sessions

SlidesMatienzo, Mark A. “ArcLight: Illuminating Archives.” LDCX, Stanford University, Mar 27 2017. Lightning Talk

SlidesMatienzo, Mark A. “ArcLight.” Code4lib, Los Angeles, CA, Mar 8 2017. Lightning Talk

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Bread.” Code4lib 2015, Portland, OR, Feb 10 2015. Lightning Talk

Slides Matienzo, Mx A. “Dial-A-DPLA.” Code4lib, Raleigh, NC, Mar 26 2014. Lightning Talk

Video Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Wielding the Whip: Affect, Archives, and Ontological Fusion.” Code4lib, Chicago, IL, Feb 14 2013. Lightning Talk

Matienzo, Mark A. “Open Source Digital Forensics at Yale University.” LibDevConX^3, Stanford, CA, Mar 2012. Lightning Talk

Matienzo, Mark A. “‘I’ve Got Good News’: Updates on Open Source Forensics for Archives.” Code4lib, Seattle, WA, Feb 2012. Lightning Talk

Video Matienzo, Mark A. “EAD and MARC sitting in a tree: D-R-U-P-A-L.” Code4lib, Asheville, NC, Feb 2010. Lightning Talk

Video Matienzo, Mark A. “enjoysthin.gs.” Code4lib, Providence, RI, Feb 2009. Lightning Talk

Video Matienzo, Mark A. “HOWTO Meet People and Have Fun At Code4libcon 2009.” Code4lib, Providence, RI, Feb 2009. Lightning Talk

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “EPODe: Extensible Platform for Oral History Delivery.” The New York Public Library, Mar 28 2008. Job Talk

Matienzo, Mark A. “HOWTO Meet People and Have Fun at Code4lib.” Code4lib, Portland, OR, Feb 2008. Lightning Talk

Matienzo, Mark A. “Archivists’ Toolkit.” Code4lib, Portland, OR, Feb 2008. Lightning Talk

Farrell, Gabriel, and Mark A. Matienzo. “Kochief: Kobold Chieftain, a.k.a. Fac-Back-OPAC.” Code4lib, Portland, OR, Feb 2008. Lightning Talk

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “ohilist.py: Processing MARC into HTML.” Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA, Oct 26 2007. Job Talk

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Promoting Drexel University Through Its Archives.” Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, Apr 17 2007. Job Talk

Slides Matienzo, Mark A. “Planning for Disaster: How To Create Unmaintainable Indexing Workflow.” Code4lib, Athens, GA, Mar 1 2007. Lightning Talk