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Monday, August 5 • 10:30am - 11:45am
609 - Standards for Sustainability: Ensuring Sustainable Programs with It Takes a Village

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What does it take to make sure programs are sustainable and enduring? The It Takes a Village (ITAV) Guidebook can act as a roadmap for all types of programs, not just open source software. Using the four facets outlined in the Guidebook—Technology, Governance, Resources, and Community Engagement—the panelists discuss how ITAV can be a tangible tool for ensuring sustainability, regardless of where a program currently sits within its life cycle.

Laurie G. Arp: Standards for Sustainability: Ensuring Sustainable Programs with It Takes a Village
Christine Di Bella: It Came From the Community: The ArchivesSpace Path to Sustainability
Mark Matienzo: Perspectives from the Repository Community: Fedora and Samvera
Evelyn McLellan: Archivematica, AtoM, and the ITAV Framework


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Evelyn McLellan

Systems Archivist & Metadata Specialist, Artefactual Systems
Evelyn is a Systems Archivist at Artefactual Systems, a company that develops open-source software for the GLAM sector. She has a deep interest in open-source software and community collaboration. Evelyn has an MAS from U of British Columbia.
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Mark Matienzo

Assistant Director for Digital Strategy and Access, Libraries, Stanford University
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Christine Di Bella

Program Manager, ArchivesSpace
ArchivesSpace is a community of mutual support committed to helping cultural heritage organizations foster access to and promote discovery of historical records and primary sources through the provision of sustainable and highly functional software and tools. ArchivesSpace is an open... Read More →



Monday August 5, 2019 10:30am - 11:45am CDT
Lone Star C, [Level 3]