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Thursday, October 26 • 8:30am - 10:00am
#r1b: International & Political Borders

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Presentations
 
Digital preservation is not value neutral: so why does it looks that way and what can we do about it?
Bradley Daigle(1), William Kilbride(2)
1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: Digital Preservation Coalition
 
Digital preservation needs to be part of a complex chain that mutually reinforces one's organizational values. How are the preservation challenges we face amplified when considering preserving content across political borders? Viewing this from the perspective of two consortia, the APTrust and DPC, we will discuss our experiences and plans.
 
 
Preservation and Regime Change: Do We Need Multinational Solutions?
Dale Askey
McMaster University, Canada
 
When the Ontario Council of University Libraries built the Ontario Library Research Cloud--a 300TB, five-site storage system--one of the explicit reasons was to have a Canadian-based solution, for numerous reasons. In light of recent political changes in the United States, the wisdom of this decision seems to have been enhanced.
 
 
Rescuing the Evidence: Challenges with Digitally Preserving the World’s Holocaust Documentation
Jessica Knight
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, United States of America
 
This presentation will be on the Museum’s work to duplicate and acquire Holocaust documentation from around the globe; create a digital preservation decision matrix to classify the preservation requirements for “copy collections;” assess long-term digital preservation risk; and ultimately preserve digital holdings in an ever-changing geopolitical environment.

Moderators
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Charlotte Kostelic

National Digital Stewardship Resident, Library of Congress
Charlotte is the National Digital Stewardship Resident for the Library of Congress, where her project focuses on researching opportunities for metadata and systems interoperability for collections related to early American and Georgian England.

Speakers
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Dale Askey

Associate University Librarian, McMaster University
Twitter is @daskey.
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Bradley Daigle

Director of Digital Curation Services, University of Virginia Library
University of Virginia


Thursday October 26, 2017 8:30am - 10:00am
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