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The Great WARC Adventure: WARCs from creation to use
We live in a reality where documents are born, revised and disseminated online. Every day, users record their thoughts, feelings, locations, ratings, votes, comments, reviews, jokes, and so forth; an assemblage of traces ...
Building Successful, Open Repository Software Ecosystems: Technology and Community
Archivematica, AtoM (Access to Memory), Fedora, Hydra, and Islandora provide a set of functions which contribute to a diverse curation and repository ecosystem. They are also projects existing in a greater open source ...
Digital Preservation Tools, Practices, and Policies in Islandora
There exists many standards and best practices in the digital preservation community, but not many of these practices are implemented as easy to use tools in our digital repository platforms. This presentation will focus ...
The Lifecycle of a Digital Object - Digital Preservation 1.0
More and more, some of the most important assets libraries and museums have are digital. How can we curate these objects with the same rigor and expertise that we apply to our physical collections? In this webinar, we will ...
Introduction to Islandora
This presentation will offer an introduction to Islandora, an open-source Digital Asset Management platform, including the project’s purpose, architecture, history, functions, and community. The session will also demo ...
Practical Implementation of Digital Preservation Policies
How do organizations make consistent and rigorous decisions about their day-to-day preservation activities? Through policy, of course! What's the best thing to talk about first thing in the morning? Policy creation ...
Upgrading? Migrating? There’s a portmanteau for that!
Fedora 4, the new, revitalized version of Fedora, boasts a feature set that includes improvements in scalability, linked data capabilities, research data support, modularity, and more. Since the launch of Fedora 4.0, a ...
Preservation Policy for Humans
What's the OCUL Digital Curation Community?
Sharing and preserving your research data