2022 CLIR Events Sponsors
Thank you to our sponsors!
Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries
The Sheridan Libraries advance research, teaching, and learning at Johns Hopkins University by providing relevant and significant collections, services, facilities, and instruction for faculty, students, and staff. As recognized world leaders in transforming the global information environment, the libraries are a strategic and integral asset in the university’s mission of creating, sharing, and preserving knowledge for the world.
Adam Matthew Digital & Quartex
Adam Matthew’s award-winning primary source collections, digital archive solutions and innovative online teaching tools empower current and future generations to discover, create and learn.
We help higher education, public library, cultural and corporate heritage institutions to explore historical information once buried in physical archives. With over 30 years’ experience curating and showcasing archival collections, we harness the latest technology to build platforms that enrich the study and research of primary sources.
Analogue Imaging equips industry specialists with state-of-the-art technology to create a meaningful impact on the world – both past and present. Authentic historic preservation is the guiding principle behind our work. We believe that the past should always have the opportunity to accurately present itself in the future.
Analogue Imaging is the primary North and South American distributor for the SMA product line of Book Scanners, Robotic Book Scanners, Large Format Flatbed Scanners and Digital to Film Archive Writers.
Your collections have extraordinary potential. Our purpose is to maximize their value through the innovation of information ecosystems. AVP develops and implements systems that make your collections easier to access, preserve, share, and put to good use. Since 2006, we’ve been challenging organizations to see the bigger picture, understand where they are on their digital journey, and navigate their next steps. Visit WeAreAVP.com to learn more.
Aviary is a subscription service that enables enhanced publishing, search, and navigation of audiovisual content. Aviary, as a lightweight platform, can integrate with your existing workflows to provide access to your audiovisual collections through time-stamped transcripts, indexes, and annotations, and Aviary can support your automated transcription, transcript editing, and streaming needs. Aviary offers advanced security for private or sensitive audio and video files as well as increased shareability for your content. see more at AviaryPlatform.com
Cayuse empowers organizations to conduct globally connected research and modernize research administration. Our industry-leading cloud-based research platform powers a suite of applications that maximizes researcher success, improves collaboration and simplifies work across the entire research lifecycle including commercialization and tracking of research outcomes. The Cayuse global community includes academic institutions, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, hospitals and health systems, government agencies, independent research institutions, and non-profit organizations.
George Blood LP
George Blood Audio/Video/Film/Data has been preserving our audiovisual cultural heritage for over 30 years. From our unwavering commitment to quality control and support for over 200 formats, to our shared research findings and participation in standards writing, we are active in all areas of long-term preservation and access. Over 1.25 million media have been entrusted to the care of our staff of archivists, engineers, maintenance and information professionals.
TIND has developed the TIND Digital Archive, a tool to showcase and preserve any digital collection, including photographs, books, manuscripts, newspapers and audiovisual material.
TIND is an official CERN spin-off providing library management systems, digital preservation- and research data management solutions based on CERN open source software.
Creekside Digital offers still image digitization services which are compliant with the relevant Federal guidelines (FADGI 3-Star and 4-Star, NDNP, and M-19-21). Materials can be scanned onsite at your institution or at our 16,000 square foot facilities in Glen Arm, Maryland. We also provide software solutions geared towards achieving and demonstrating compliance with these digitization standards.
Data Curation Experts
Data Curation Experts is a small software design, development, and consulting firm that focuses on building and supporting sustainable digital repository solutions through open source technologies. For institutions looking to build and support their own repository internally, our engagements focus on collaborative development and knowledge transfer. For those looking to focus on managing their content instead of technology, we offer hosted solutions.
We are happy to sponsor DLF Forum again this year and look forward to connecting with everyone.
Digital Divide Data
Digital Divide Data (DDD) is a trusted partner to the world’s leading organizations and academic institutions for professional content, data, and technology services. DDD creates opportunities for underserved youth, their families, and their communities and is recognized as one of the best in the industry for identifying talent, providing necessary training and support, and finding jobs with sustainable earning potential.
FairCopy by Performant Software
FairCopy, from Performant Software Solutions, is a desktop word processor that makes use of internationally recognized standards such as TEI and IIIF. Scholars and students can use FairCopy to transcribe, structure, and annotate texts based on primary sources from archives and special collections.
National Center for Data Services
The National Center for Data Services (NCDS) seeks to build capacity for libraries to support data-driven research through trainings for data beginners, development opportunities for data services professionals, paid internships for students from underrepresented groups, and online resources. The NCDS seeks to develop skills in research data management, data sharing, and data science, while integrating the values of open science, reproducibility, inclusivity, and ethical use of data in its services and resources.
Texas Digital Library
A collaborative consortium based in Texas and rooted in higher education, the Texas Digital Library builds capacity among its membership for ensuring equitable access to and preservation of digital content of value to research, instruction, cultural heritage, and institutional memory.