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Thursday, October 26 • 8:30am - 10:00am
#r1c: I was born-digital in the USB

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Presentations
 
“Out of Many, One”: Creating a UC-Wide Descriptive Standard for Born-Digital Archival Material
Shira Peltzman(1), Kate Tasker(2), Annalise Berdini(3), Charlie Macquarie(4)
1: UCLA Library, United States of America; 2: Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, United States of America; 3: University of California, San Diego, United States of America; 4: University of California, San Francisco, United States of America
 
Currently there's no widely accepted descriptive standard for born-digital material, and institutional practices for creating finding aids for this material differ substantially. This presentation will address an effort to standardize descriptive practices throughout the UCs in order to improve the consistency and quality of finding aids on a system-wide basis.
 
 
Footprints in the Sand: The Challenges Posed by Born-Digital Content
Heidi Winkler, Matthew McEniry, Camille Thomas
Texas Tech University, United States of America
 
This presentation will explore how federal institutions are preparing to handle preserving born-digital archival content when faced with embargoes, hardware obsolescence, and the massive amount of potential data. The presenters will also discuss how smaller universities are handling the same digital preservation and curation challenges endured by federal entities.
 
 
In Case of Rapture, Can I Have Your Data?
Micah Beck, Terry Moore, Elaine Wenderholm
University of Tennessee, United States of America
 
Every digital preservation strategy has some floor on environmental assumptions below which it will fail. This floor is has economic, political, psychological and metaphysical implications. Do we preserve the writings of terrorists? Is digital preservation relevant after a nuclear war? The Rapture? We argue the necessity of lowering the floor!

Moderators
avatar for Elena Colon-Marrero

Elena Colon-Marrero

Digital Processing Archivist, Computer History Museum

Speakers
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Annalise Berdini

UC San Diego Library
avatar for Charlie Macquarie

Charlie Macquarie

Digital Archivist, UC San Francisco
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Shira Peltzman

Digital Archivist, UCLA Library
Shira is the Digital Archivist for UCLA Library where she leads the development of a sustainable preservation program for born-digital material. She holds an MA in Moving Image Archiving & Preservation from NYU and was a member of the '14-'15 National Digital Stewardship Residenc... Read More →
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Kate Tasker

Digital Archivist, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Kate Tasker works with born-digital collections and information management systems to enable and enhance research access at The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley. She holds an MLIS from San Jose State University and is a member of SAA, the Academy of Certified Archivists, & the Socie... Read More →
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Camille Thomas

Scholarly Communications Librarian, Texas Tech University
I am the Scholarly Communication Librarian at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, USA. I offer resources and assistance to the campus on copyright, publishing and impact topics. I am a member of the data management team at the libraries. I also advocate for open access in th... Read More →



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