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The revolution will be preserved
We live in a reality where official records are born and disseminated via the Internet. Many institutions have a strategy in place for transferring official university records that are print or tactile to university archives, ...
OCUL Digital Curation Summit: Digital Curation Life-cycle & Blue Ribbon Task Force on Sustainable Digital Preservation & Access
Presentation slides for Digital Curation Life-cycle and Blue Ribbon Task Force on Sustainable Digital Preservation & Access, and corresponding worksheets + scenarios.
CURATEcamp iPres 2012
Mark Jordan, Courtney Mumma, Nick Ruest and the participants of CURATEcamp iPres 2012 report on this unconference for digital curation practitioners and researchers, held on 2 October 2012 in Toronto.
d3 Data Visualization Bootcamp
Brief introduction of data visualization concepts, brief introduction of d3, and a walkthrough of three exercises using library datasets.
The Islandora Web ARChive Solution Pack
We are now living in a reality where official records are born and disseminated via the Internet. Many institutions have a strategy in place for transferring official university records that are print or tactile to university ...
Strong and Free: Building a Resilient Data Store North of the Border
Cloud technologies are an attractive way to build infrastructure with a minimum of fuss. However, there are instances in which the cloud can fail to live up to expectations, or where legal or ethical considerations make ...
Warc? Warkwark wark? Wark Warrrk
"Libraries have always been at the heart of the research process, but new ways of searching, writing, and publishing are significantly altering this relationship. What will the research enterprise look like in five, ten, ...
Turn, Turn, Turn: Seasons in the life of a digital object - Through the lens of the digital curation lifecycle
More and more, some of the most important assets libraries have are digital. We need to curate these objects with the same rigor and expertise that we apply to our physical collections. follow a digital object through the ...
It’s dangerous to go alone! How about *we* do this!?
We’re all worried about preserving digital assets at some level. One of the most concerning parts of this process is the storage component, and as new and larger objects and collections come under libraries’ care, the ...
Gettin Sh*t Done in the Digital Archives
We live in a reality where official documents are born, revised and disseminated online. Most post-secondary institutions have record retention schedules to facilitate the transfer of official records with lasting historical ...