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How Would You Teach A Digital Preservation Grad Seminar?

It is looking like I may end up teaching a graduate seminar on digital preservation for the University of Maryland’s iSchool. There is an existing syllabus, but I will have some flexibility in terms of how I shape and design … Continue reading

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Digital Cultural Heritage DC Meetup: 4 Years in & Going Strong

Four years ago, some of my colleagues in the NDIIPP program thought it could be neat to try and start up a monthly meetup for digital cultural heritage professionals in DC. Butch Lazorchak found a bar in DC that would give … Continue reading

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The Insights Interviews: First Person Perspectives on Ensuring Long Term Access to Our Digital Heritage

Back when I was working for the Library of Congress I did, and helped coordinate, a ton of interviews with practitioners and thinkers working in digital preservation for the National Digital Stewardship Alliances innovation working group. At one point, there was discussion … Continue reading

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Digital Art Curation Seminar

Huge thanks to everyone who shared ideas about what to include in my upcoming digital art curation grad seminar. I’ve decided to use the same course blog that I’ve been using for my digital history seminars, so if you haven’t … Continue reading

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Getting Out There: 2015 in Review

Another year. Another chance to do a quick look back and make sense of what I’ve been doing and where I think it’s taking me. As I did in 2012,  2013, and 2014, I am taking a few minutes to try … Continue reading

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Digital Sources & Digital Archives: The Evidentiary Basis of Digital History (Draft)

Below is a draft of an essay I am contributing to a forthcoming book titled A Companion to Digital History. I have permission to share drafts on my personal website, so I thought it would be good to get this up and out there 1) … Continue reading

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People, communities and platforms: Digital cultural heritage and the web

I was privileged to be able to give the opening keynote for the National Digital Forum in New Zealand a few weeks back. It was a really great conference and event and before too much time went past I wanted to post … Continue reading

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Digital Art Curation Grad Seminar: Your Input Welcome

I really enjoyed teaching my Digital Public History Seminar for the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies. As a follow up, I am thrilled at the prospect of teaching another course for their Archives and Digital Curation specialization. INST 745: … Continue reading

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Macroscopes & Distant Reading: Implications for Infrastructures to Support Computational Humanities Scholarship

The following is the rough transcripts of a talk I gave at Fostering the Transatlantic Dialogue on Digital Heritage and EU Research Infrastructures: Initiatives and Solutions in the USA and in Italy at the Library of Congress in November 2014 (back when … Continue reading

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Becoming Digital Public Historians

The second week of my Digital Public History seminar at the University of Maryland is called “Becoming Digital Public Historians.” I think that kind of identity work is at the core of what graduate education is supposed to be about … Continue reading

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