Monthly Archives: July 2016

Student Digital Preservation Consultants Looking for Small Cultural Heritage Organizations

I’m working on drafting up the syllabus for my digital preservation graduate seminar for the University of Maryland’s iSchool for this coming fall. I am a firm believer in learning-by-doing. I also think talking about digital preservation in the abstract, … Continue reading

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“But That’s Not Preservation!” Notes on Preservation’s Divergent Lineages

I’ve found that interdisciplinary dialog about digital preservation often breaks down when someone protests “but that’s not preservation.” Preservation means a lot of different things in different contexts. Each of those contexts has it’s own history. Those histories are tied … Continue reading

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