Posts Tagged 'digital preservation'

I Review 6 Digital Preservation Models So You Don’t Have To

  When digging through the ol’ desktop/hard-drive/thumb-drives/external-drives/google-drive/dropbox/evernote/oh-god-please-help-me recently I came across the notes (filename: “levels_notes.doc” — good grief) I had taken when Andrea Goethals, Trevor Owens, Meg Phillips and I were working on the paper, The NDSA Levels of Digital

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I Review 6 Digital Preservation Models So You Don’t Have To

  When digging through the ol’ desktop/hard-drive/thumb-drives/external-drives/google-drive/dropbox/evernote/oh-god-please-help-me recently I came across the notes (filename: “levels_notes.doc” — good grief) I had taken when Andrea Goethals, Trevor Owens, Meg Phillips and I were working on the paper, The NDSA Levels of Digital

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File Fixity and Data Integrity

  Another post for The Signal. This one is part of our series explicating each “box” of the Levels of Digital Preservation guidance document. Needless to say, I’m always looking for an excuse to use this picture of Old Heidelberg,

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File Fixity and Data Integrity

  Another post for The Signal. This one is part of our series explicating each “box” of the Levels of Digital Preservation guidance document. Needless to say, I’m always looking for an excuse to use this picture of Old Heidelberg,

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Crossing the River: An Interview With W. Walker Sampson of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History

In this post for The Signal, I talk with W. Walker Sampson about his work at Mississippi Department of Archives and History and about his use of the NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation. Walker has since moved on to be

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Crossing the River: An Interview With W. Walker Sampson of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History

In this post for The Signal, I talk with W. Walker Sampson about his work at Mississippi Department of Archives and History and about his use of the NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation. Walker has since moved on to be

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Solving Problems and Saving Bits: An Interview with Jason Scott

Another post for The Signal. Leslie Johnston had blogged about Jason previously on The Signal (see Jason Scott, Rogue Archivist) but I wanted to highlight some of his recent work with Internet Archive, JSMESS, and other projects, which I won’t link

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Solving Problems and Saving Bits: An Interview with Jason Scott

Another post for The Signal. Leslie Johnston had blogged about Jason previously on The Signal (see Jason Scott, Rogue Archivist) but I wanted to highlight some of his recent work with Internet Archive, JSMESS, and other projects, which I won’t link

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The National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014

As one of the co-chairs of the Innovation Working Group of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance, I was lucky enough to help contribute to the National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014 document. My contributions were paltry compared to the efforts of

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The National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014

As one of the co-chairs of the Innovation Working Group of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance, I was lucky enough to help contribute to the National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014 document. My contributions were paltry compared to the efforts of

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Digital Preservation for the People!

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Digital Preservation for the People! Big thanks to the BPL Info Commons for letting me do a workshop.

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Digital Preservation for the People!

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Digital Preservation for the People! Big thanks to the BPL Info Commons for letting me do a workshop.

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Personal Digital Archives & the Digital Humanities

In my ongoing efforts to talk archives to non-archival crowds (as well as get better at public speaking in general), I presented a brief talk at a DH roundtable event that was part of the Practices of Memory Graduate English

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Personal Digital Archives & the Digital Humanities

In my ongoing efforts to talk archives to non-archival crowds (as well as get better at public speaking in general), I presented a brief talk at a DH roundtable event that was part of the Practices of Memory Graduate English

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Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive

A fun interview with great folks doing a great project. A post for The Signal. Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive Featured image: “Radio studio. Desk in

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Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive

A fun interview with great folks doing a great project. A post for The Signal. Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive Featured image: “Radio studio. Desk in

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