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Thursday, October 26 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
#r4c: The Personal (Digital Archiving) is Political

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Avoiding the Gambit for Our Personal Digital Archives
Matt Schultz
Grand Valley State University Libraries, United States of America
Personal content creation, collection, curation, and sharing are advancing into a new paradigm highly dependent on corporately controlled online platforms. Creators and cultural memory organizations are grappling with questions of ownership, control, and at-will sharing. This presentation explores curatorial strategies, advocacy efforts and grassroots initiatives that can serve as solutions.
Should We Remember What We Forget? Preserving societal memory while respecting individual privacy rights.
Nathan Tallman
Penn State University, United States of America
In recent years, media outlets have reported that the 21st Century may become a "digital dark age.“ Simultaneously, ‘the right to be forgotten’ is an important issue that the European courts, libraries, and archives are struggling with managing. This presentation reconciles these issues and discusses digital preservation’s role.

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Matt Schultz

Metadata & Digital Curation Librarian, Grand Valley State University
Grand Valley State University Libraries, United States of America
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Nathan Tallman

Digital Preservation Librarian, Penn State University Libraries
As Digital Preservation Librarian, Nathan coordinates policies, workflows, and best practices to ensure the long-term preservation and accessibility of the Penn State University Libraries' born-analog and born-digital collection.

Thursday October 26, 2017 2:45pm - 4:15pm

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