2017 Fall Workshop Registrant Information
This workshop will explore practical methods and tools to help archivists, librarians, and others dealing with digital records preservation build consistent and efficient processing workflows. Participants are encouraged to share specific procedural questions and concerns that may be addressed during the Q&A session. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
The workshop content will be broken into three sessions. Participants will work in pairs on the following:
1. Forming an archival packet and tools to compose one (learning objectives one and two)
2. Processing workflows and planning (objectives three and four)
3. Processing implementation (objectives five and six)
The workshop is framed around specific actions archivists can take to get started preserving digital materials, establishing priorities, and workflows, as a means to be better understanding and building toward a long-term preservation plan.
Chris Prom has suggested the following
Born Digital Minimal Processing posts on LC website :http://blogs.loc.gov/thesignal/2012/08/more-product-less-process-for-born-digital-collections-reflections-on-curatecamp-processing/
Goldman, B. (2014, June). Outfitting a born-digital archives program. Practical Technology for Archives. https://practicaltechnologyforarchives.org/issue2_goldman/
Digital POWRR NEH Final Report, here. (no need to read in detail, Prom suggests skimming it)
Goldman, B. (2011). Bridging the gap: Taking practical steps toward managing born-digital collections in manuscript repositories. RBM: A Journal of Rare Books Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage, 12(1), 11-24. http://rbm.acrl.org/content/12/1/11.full.pdf+html (a bit old now, but still good)
Point of clarification: Participants do not need to bring a laptop for this workshop, as hands-on sessions will take place in a computer lab.
All workshop sessions will be held at the Informatics and Communications Technology Complex (IT on campus maps). If you need navigational assistance on campus, the front desk of the IT building is 317-274-2444.
Dept. of Library & Information Science
Registration will be on the second floor in front of IT 252 beginning at 8:15 a.m.
Please be advised
The 9-10 lecture portion will be recorded and published online (School of Informatics & Computing colloquia series page: https://soic.iupui.edu/research/colloquia/ )
Parking validations will be available for all attendees upon arrival, courtesy of the Department of Library and Information Science.* Attendees may park in any visitor parking lot on the campus, however, the closest visitor parking structure is the Gateway Garage (Labeled XL on the map) located at 525 N. Blackford St. (diagonally across from the IT building) https://parking.iupui.edu/docs/Permit_Map_Visitor.pdf
Instructions on using the validation:
*Note: Validations may be used when exiting the garage, once. If you plan to leave campus and drive to lunch, please familiarize yourself with visitor parking rates: https://www.parking.iupui.edu/pages/park/visitors/visitorRates.asp
Lunch is not included in the workshop registration.
Map of downtown Indy dining spots
Within walking distance of IUPUI Informatics building:
Workshop participants may apply for the following credit after verified attendance at the relevant sessions:
Contact information for receiving certificates will be provided at the close of the day.
About ARCs and tracking professional development activities to maintain Certified Archivist status: http://www.certifiedarchivists.org/members-area/archival-recertification-credits/
This workshop has been pre-approved for 2 ARC credits in Section B.3.d.
Your SIA Communications Committee will be sharing insights from the fall workshop.
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Dr. Prom's slides are on his website:
The recorded lecture on IUPUI's School of Informatics & Computing website: