Archive for the 'Digital Preservation' Category

Digitally Archiving Architectural Models and Exhibition Designs

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Happy Summer.  I thought I would share this short article I wrote on archiving Computer-aided design (CAD) for Practical Technology for Archives: Digitally Archiving Architectural Models and Exhibition Designs: The Case of an Art Museum ABSTRACT During the course of electronic records start-up project for a medium-sized art museum located in the Northeast United States, […]

FixityBerry: Environmentally Sustainable Digital Preservation for Very Low Resourced Cultural Heritage Institutions

Thursday, March 12th, 2015

I am pleased to be presenting this poster at the iConference 2015 this month in Newport Beach, CA. Below you will find the abstract and poster: ABSTRACT Whereas large cultural heritage institutions have made significant headway in providing digital preservation for archival assets—such as by setting-up geographically redundant digital repositories— medium and small institutions have […]

Library of Congress digital preservation blog

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

I have always enjoyed reading the Library of Congress’ blog, The Signal, about all these related to digital preservation.  Trevor Owens of LOC was kind enough to interview me and put it on The Signal.  You can check out the interview on their site.

NDSA Innovation Award

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

I am very pleased to be the recipient of the National Digital Stewardship Innovation Award 2012.  I would like to thank all my students who have participated in these digital preservation projects.  I would also like to thank all the organizations and individuals that have opened their doors to me and my classes, including: The […]

A Digital Dark Age for Independent Documentaries?

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

All independent documentary fans interested in the long-term availability of the medium should be concerned by a recent report from the Science and Technology Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The report—called the Digital Dilemma 2 (DD2)—extensively investigates the preservation practices of independent filmmakers and documentarians. The results indicate that many […]