Volume 4 (2015-16)

Each volume of Journal of Digital Media Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 4 were:

Volume 4 Number 4

  • Identifying and leveraging connections between content strategy and technology planning
    Meghan A. Walsh, Senior Director, Global Marketing, Hilton Worldwide
  • Using controlled vocabularies to organise digital images for improved search results
    Ann Pool, Content Publisher/Taxonomy, Smartdept and Laura Horan, Browse Developer and Taxonomist, Amazon
  • Across the stream: Collaboration in the management of streaming video at Kent State University
    Cindy Kristof, Head, Copyright and Document Services, Jennifer Rice, Senior Library Associate, Serials and Electronic Resources Department and Karen Ronga, Manager, Reserve Services, Kent State University Libraries
  • Going viral: Using Tumblr for special collections advocacy and outreach
    Hillary S. Kativa, Curator of Photographic and Moving Image Collections and Victoria Orzechowski, Librarian, Othmer Library of Chemical History, Chemical Heritage Foundation
  • Moving from physical media to a successful DAM solution: A case study of the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board
    Mary Litviak, Creative Services Coordinator, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board
  • Process history metadata for time-based media artworks at the Museum of Modern Art, New York
    Peggy Griesinger, Metadata & Cataloging Librarian, George Mason University Libraries
  • Implementing the International Image Interoperability Framework at the National Library of Wales
    Glen Robson, Head of Systems, National Library of Wales
  • A golden opportunity: Case study of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library
    Megan Williams, Director of External Affairs and Theresa A. R. Embrey, Chief Librarian, Pritzker Military Museum & Library
  • Encouraging innovation in research data management: The Green Shoots initiative at Imperial College London
    Ian McArdle, Head of Research Systems and Information and Torsten Reimer, Scholarly Communications Officer, Imperial College London


Volume 4 Number 3

  • Ensuring long-term access to digital assets using a capability maturity model
    Lori Ashley, Principal Consultant, Tournesol Consulting and Charles Dollar, Senior Consultant, Dollar Consulting
  • Embedding metadata to sustain a museum’s visual archive
    Sarah L. Gillis, Assistant Registrar, Image Management, Worcester Art Museum
  • Think big: Large-scale digitisation in practice
    Drew Krewer, Digitization Services Coordinator, University of Houston, Teresa Soleau, Digital Library Specialist, Getty Research Institute, Luciano Johnson, Digital Preservation Librarian, Frick Collection and Neil Sreenan, Manager, Digital Asset Systems, Dallas Museum of Art
  • IP-studio and reference architectures: The end of the green cable?
    Rainer Schäfer, General Manager, TV, IRT
  • The Alfred Gillett Trust’s Shoe Digitisation Project
    Natalie Watson, Digitisation Project Manager, Alfred Gillett Trust (C & J Clark)
  • Using iterative collaboration to implement a DAM system in the cultural heritage sector
    Craig Harkema, Digital Projects Librarian, University Archives & Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan
  • From rags to pixels: Digitising Tennessee’s historical newspapers
    Louisa Trott, Project Coordinator, Tennessee Newspaper Digitization Project, University of Tennessee
  • Implementing ArchivesSpace at Arizona State University
    Elizabeth Dunham, Assistant Archivist, Archives and Special Collections, Arizona State University Libraries


Volume 4 Number 2

  • The secret to automating multi-party asset workflows 
    Richard W. Kroon, Engineering Director, Entertainment Identifier Registry Association
  • Managing digital image assets at Northwestern University
    Nicole Finzer, Visual Resources Librarian, Northwestern University
  • Digitising the British Library’s collection of Hebrew manuscripts: Challenges and insights 
    Miriam Lewis, Project Manager, Hebrew Manuscripts Digitisation Project and Adi Keinan-Schoonbaert, Digital Curator, British Library
  • Post-processing the MD Anderson Oral History Project: A multi-disciplinary approach to streamlining, efficiency and maximum content mapping 
    Tacey A. Rosolowski, Consultant and Jose Javier Franco Garza, Senior Librarian, Historical Resources Center, Research Medical Library, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • The Antarctic Digital Asset Management project
    Jenny Ryan, Information Services and Applications Advisor, Antarctica New Zealand
  • Stepping through usability: A digital collection case study 
    Melanie Clark, Architecture Image Librarian, Texas Tech University
  • The use of embedded metadata in heritage image workflows
    Sarah Saunders, Director, Electric Lane
  • ‘A practical beginning’: Digitising Florence Nightingale
    Samantha Callaghan, former Digitisation Co-ordinator, The Florence Nightingale Museum


Volume 4 Number 1

  • Editorial: Selecting a DAM vendor at Yum! Restaurants International: Finding that perfect vendor is an imperfect journey
    Liana Cárdenas Cave, Associate Manager, Digital Assets, KFC Global & Pizza Hut International, Yum! Restaurants International
  • How Microsoft met its own internal DAM objectives
    Payal Gupta Tiwana, Director, Marketing Automation Cloud, Microsoft
  • Managing video content in an ‘always on’ world
    Mike Verrell, Pre-Sales Manager, North Plains
  • Developing a strategy for Reuters’ archive: A case study
    Ashley Byford-Bates, Global Head of Reuters Pictures and Archive Products, Thomson Reuters
  • Practical tips on grants: Finding, planning, writing, acquiring, reporting, assessing
    Patricia Hewitt, Librarian, Fray Angelico Chavez History Library, New Mexico History Museum
  • Getting SharePoint right: Thinking about the ‘big picture’
    Marc Stephenson, CTO and Co-founder, Metataxis
  • Managing digital rights with rights expression languages
    Demian Hess, System Architect, Avalon Consulting
  • To keep or not to keep: Automating appraisal and selection at the National Archives of Australia
    Tatiana Antsoupova, Assistant Director, Agency Accountability, National Archives of Australia
  • A perspective of content security to combat theft
    Mathew Gilliat-Smith, CEO, Fortium Technologies
  • Asset rights clearance: Critical next steps in the DAM life cycle
    Gregg Guest, VP, Product Management and Tarek Fadel, Senior Manager, DAM, FADEL
  • Video: The new frontier in metadata standards
    Thomas Schleu, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, Canto
  • Fearless cloud security for media: Why people can trust in the public service model
    Ian Hamilton, Chief Technology Officer and VP, Engineering, Signiant