It’s been a busy couple of weeks for conferences! On Friday, Bonnie and I attended a Born-Digital Workflows CURATEcamp, held at the Brooklyn Historical Society. We gave a brief presentation on our workflows for arranging and descriping born-digital materials, and also learned a lot from other attendees. Continue reading
This past Wednesday, we gathered all the archivists who do processing into the D-Lab and wowed them with a demo of the Forensic ToolKit (FTK) software.
I started with an overview of our processes for separating removable digital media from collections:
Then I gave an overview of the proposed workflow for working with that media: Continue reading
Last week I spoke at the NYART event, Preserving and Archiving Electronically Generated Materials, which was sponsored by the Leon Levy Foundation. My slides are attached below. Slides from other presenters will be made available on the event website, and you can find the event schedule here. Continue reading