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Soul Music Odyssey USA 1968
([York University Libraries], 2017-11-27)
Jonas Bernholm's diary of a three-month research trip through the USA in the summer of 1968, where he visited and spoke with artists and owners of soul music venues and record companies in New York, Chicago, Memphis, ...
PhD as Resistance: How the Personal Got Political.
Active Digital Preservation and Data/Metadata Migration
Digital preservation activities increasingly focus on the movement of data and metadata between systems. This panel will present case studies in moving content through preservation activities with APTrust, the Digital ...
Sustainability of Community-owned Repository Software: A Call to Action
Sustainability of open-source software is a continual challenge in the relatively small world of cultural heritage institutions. The challenge is amplified due to the critical preservation implications tied to institutional ...
Capturing the Web Today for Tomorrow: Innovations in capturing and analyzing social media and websites for the new scholarly record
The growth of digital sources since the advent of the World Wide Web in 1991, and the commencement of widespread web archiving in 1996, presents profound new opportunities for social and cultural analysis. In simple terms, ...
Where is that? How to geo-locate your digital collections.
A multi-year project is underway featuring a collaboration between York University’s Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections, the Map Library, and Bibliographic Services. Similar to projects at other institutions, our ...