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Thursday, October 26 • 8:30am - 10:00am
#r1d: Perservering to Preserve

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A Socio-Technical Digital Preservation Roadmap
Alison Langmead, Aisling Quigley
University of Pittsburgh, United States of America
The NEH-funded Sustaining MedArt project revealed a labyrinth of socio-technical decisions that confront digital humanities project owners concerned about the sustainability of their work. To assist with the process of producing digital preservation plans, we have produced a “Socio-Technical Roadmap”--a structured workshop inspired by design thinking and collaborative learning approaches.
The Long and Winding Road
Helen Tibbo
UNC-Chapel Hill, United States of America
This presentation reviews digital curation education and explicates a model that will sustain the emerging digital curation workforce. Data will be collected and analyzed from practitioners and academics regarding required content and the best means to bring this content to existing professionals and a new generation of digital curators.
Is This Legal? A Brief, Very Brief, Look at Current Legal Issues in Digital Preservation
Sharon Bradley
University of Georgia School of Law, United States of America
Digital preservation presents complex legal questions, ownership, copyright, and conflicting laws. Digital materials may be subject to many levels of legal restrictions including copying, storage, access, and modification of content. The speaker will provide a brief overview of the legal issues and provide a resource guide for the participants.

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Sharon Bradley

Special Collections Librarian, University of Georgia School of Law
Sharon Bradley is the Special Collections Librarian at the University of Georgia School of Law. She is responsible for the school’s archives, portrait collection, and rare book room. She also leads the school’s emergency preparedness and disaster planning efforts. In quiet moments... Read More →
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Alison Langmead

Director, Visual Media Workshop, University of Pittsburgh
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Aisling Quigley

Doctoral Candidate, University of Pittsburgh
As a practitioner/scholar of the information sciences, Aisling engages in research related to information organization, digital preservation, interactive narrative production, and usability. Although she works primarily within the context of museums, Aisling is motivated to improve... Read More →

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