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Archiving Web Sites

If you are working at a cultural heritage institution that is taking on digital content management, you have most likely had to wrestle with questions around preserving web sites.  Are there web sites your institution should be preserving?  Do you really need to preserve these web sites?  How do you preserve web sites?  Below are some of these questions (and more!).  Each of the question links leads to pages with suggested actions, use cases, videos, and readings that have been gathered to help you along the way. 

 

1. Prepare

2. Identify

3. Select

4. Get

5. Store

6. Protect

7. Manage

8. Provide

 

 

Last updated on 12/31/69, 7:00 pm by Anonymous

Digitizing Collections

Over the past two decades researchers and information professionals have established numerous best practices for digitization projects. Experts now view digitization as a holistic process that results in digital assets requiring long-term curation.  This guides presents key resources to help you transform analog materials into digital objects, covering essential activities from planning to dissemination.

 

1. Prepare

2. Identify

3. Select

4. Get

5. Store

6. Protect

7. Manage

8. Provide

 

Last updated on 12/31/69, 7:00 pm by Anonymous

 

Building Institutional Repositories

Many of the activities outlined in the guides on this site are essential to building, maintaining and sustaining a trustworthy institutional repositories (IR). This guide provides a framework of links to these other activities as well as ideas for actions, use cases, videos, and helpful readings.

1. Prepare

2. Identify

3. Select

4. Get

5. Store

6. Protect

7. Manage

8. Provide

 

Last updated on 12/31/69, 7:00 pm by Anonymous

Managing Data

1. Prepare

Head of Archival and Collection Services, Rutgers University Libraries – Newark Campus

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TITLE:  Head of Archival and Collection Services, John Cotton Dana Library

iConference 2012

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Tuesday, February 7, 2012 (All day) - Friday, February 10, 2012 (All day)

Call for Participation: iConference 2012
Toronto, Canada
February 7-10, 2012

Temple University Public History/Archival Education

Digital Death Day

Cornell University Library Scientific Data Curation Specialist / Metadata Librarian

 

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Head, Metadata Services, Drexel University Libraries

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Head, Metadata Services
Drexel University Libraries

Scientific Data Curation Specialist / Metadata Librarian position at Cornell University

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Scientific Data Curation Specialist / Metadata Librarian

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Paid Summer Internship - University of Virginia Library - Digital Curation Services

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Digital Curation Services - University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville VA

UCLA Archival Studies Specialization

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