NDSA Levels of Preservation Reboot Project Implementation Subgroup Survey
We hope you might take the time to complete the following survey & let us know what you think of the Levels, especially what you like most about them, & where they might need a rethink. And please note, the survey isn’t just for those people who are already using the NDSA Levels. If you don’t intend to use them or have decided they don’t meet your needs we are also interested in hearing from you.
Opened up the FRED all of 3 times this week, but finally have found the ideal zip tie situation to keep the cord for the imaging shelf from getting stuck 🎉 https://digipres.club/media/Lt7elEo8-NSx7GGuKfo
advice: what would you assign someone as some good primer readings on digital preservation & digital forensics? This is for a current MLIS student who hasn't taken any courses in this area yet. cc @amelish
I think there was a discussion on here a few weeks ago (@ron_houk @edsu maybe?) about the all-virtual anthropological conference happening...JHU hosted the website and provided technical support, so now a discussion is starting about how we're going to preserve & provide access to the conference environment (recorded video of the conference, website, twitter feed, etc.)
recommended livestream today: "Is This Permanence: Preservation of Born-digital Artists’ Archives" at Yale Center for British Art: https://britishart.yale.edu/multimedia-video/26/7206
do I need the Library of Congress baseball hat as worn by Carla Hayden y/n https://library-of-congress-shop.myshopify.com/products/lc-baseball-cap?variant=1172301209
I could read about file naming conventions forever: "What’s in a Name? On ‘Meaningfulness’ and Best Practices in Filenaming within the LAM Community" http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/13438
has anyone experimented with ArchivesSpace digital object plug-in for Archive-It? https://github.com/NYULibraries/Archivesspace-DO-Plugin/wiki/Archive-It-Integration
my latest sampling technique for which I Will Not Win Any Awards https://digipres.club/media/D1ecX7fe5dv-zrxoRCs
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