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If PDAWG were to create one thing over the next year that would help you most, what would that be?

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Welcome!

Hello and welcome to the digital curation students group!

This space is relatively undefined, but I believe we can use it in many effective ways. Mostly, it will be wonderful to connect with other students who are studying digital curation. We can get to know each other, make some connections, and perhaps join forces on some research.

In order to best accomplish this, let's all post a little bit about ourselves and our research interests.

iPRES 2015 - Call for Contributions

iPRES 2015 Call for Contributions

Announcing the BitCurator Access Project

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant Supports Improving Access to Born-Digital Collections for Collecting Institutions

Release date: October 21, 2014

Release of BitCurator 1.0

Release of BitCurator 1.0: Free and Open-Source Software for Libraries, Archives and Museums

Release date: September 25, 2014

Call for Contributions - Applying Forensics to Preserving the Past: Current Activities and Future Possibilities

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: Submission Deadline Extension: 1 August 2014

Managing Business Intelligence Tools To Reduce Data Clutter

In a post directed to efficient management of business intelligence tools, the B-Eye Network highlights that this particula

iConference 2012 Registration

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iConference 2012: Early-bird registration available through Dec. 15, 2011

BPE 2011 Registration is now open

**Please excuse cross postings**

Call for Proposals: BPE 2011

Digital Curation in Research Libraries & the Learning Commons, Post #3

Post #3

May 25, 2011

Personal Data: The Emergence of a New Asset Class

"Personal Data: The Emergence of a New Asset Class." World Economic Forum, 2011.

Blog: knowledge stewardship…digital leverage

http://digitalstewardshipnow.wordpress.com/

We are energized by the prospect of a secure, accessible, largely digital, global knowledge commons – fostering exploration, learning, development, creative activity and innovation. We recognize and are equally energized by the need to build such a commons in local, physical terms, in communities everywhere, as foundation and complement.

Call for Participants: Spanning the Boundaries of Digital Curation Education (Sept 22-23, 2010)

We would like to invite you to participate in a workshop called Spanning
the Boundaries of Digital Curation Education, which will be held over
two half days: the afternoon of September 22 and the morning of
September 23 in Vienna, Austria.

The workshop will be held in association with the 7th International
Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPRES2010) in Vienna on
Sept 19-24.

The number of projects and institutions providing training and education
on aspects of digital curation has increased dramatically in recent

IMPACT

"IMPACT is a project funded by the European Commission. It aims to significantly improve access to historical text and to take away the barriers that stand in the way of the mass digitisation of the European cultural heritage."

Revised slides: Defining Submission Agreements & Policies (May 18, 2010: Hank)

Slides in .ppt and .pdf for Tuesday, May 18th 8:30-9:15 am session.

Symposium on the Shifting Preservation and Access Landscape

THE TECTONICS OF DIGITAL CURATION:
A Symposium on the Shifting Preservation and Access Landscape

MAY 25–26, 2010
The Ray and Maria Stata Center
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Cambridge, MA

PRESENTED BY the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)

HOSTED BY the MIT Libraries

THE TECTONICS OF DIGITAL CURATION explores the sustainability of cultural collections created for and maintained on the Web. At this two-day symposium, a diverse faculty of national experts will examine the forces at play in our increasingly networked society.

Groups, conferences, etc. for discussion of technical or architectural aspects of digital curation

Some colleagues and I have been trying to determine if there is a gap in terms of professional forums for the discussion of technical or architectural aspects of digital curation. What we're envisioning is a "community of practice," wherein we imply that practice and development is more of interest than theory or research. By "technical or architectural aspects," we mean that these aspects of curation are more of interest than organizational, workflow, analysis, management, and content aspects.

Saving Our Present for the Future: Personal Archiving 2010

On February 16, 2010, the Internet Archive hosted "a small conference for practitioners in personal digital archiving." The agenda for the day included examples of current practice; developing recommendations for institutions and individuals; and developing a research agenda.

http://www.archival.tv/personal-archives/

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