Digital Archiving Resources

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Participation in digital archives and collaborative digital environments, according to Vetter, can lead to increased student motivation, rhetorical awareness, and an increased awareness of library resources and the concepts of public information,…

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James Purdy’s 2011 article builds on Susan Wells’ 2002 chapter "Claiming the Archive for Rhetoric and Composition,” in which Purdy discusses the importance of Wells’ previous “gifts” while extending and redefining it to include three new…

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Abstract Artist and art subject file collections contain important primary source ephemera for art historical research—but what happens when the ephemera are online? The National Museum of Women in the Arts has been web archiving art-related…

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Architecture firms have used computers as an integral part of the design process for the past thirty to forty years, but born-digital architectural records are only now being donated to repositories for preservation. This article reviews the…

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Higher-Education gets a make-over.

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ADHO supports digital research and teaching across all subjects, and is a community based advisory committee.

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"Introduced by Clive Phillpot, and including artists and writers such as Gustav Metzger, Bruce McLean, Barbara Steveni, John Latham, Barry Flanagan, Edward Burra, Penelope Curtis, and Neal White, All This Stuff breaks new ground in the field of…

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"The National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage (NINCH) is a diverse coalition of organizations created to assure leadership from the cultural community in the evolution of the digital environment." "NINCH pursues its mission by: educating…

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As our heritage deteriorates through erosion, human error or natural disasters, it has become more important than ever to preserve our past ' even if it is in digital form only. This highly relevant work describes thorough research and methods for…

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Digital libraries, museums, and archives have discovered a beneficial partnership with law enforcement. Digital forensics as a method for extracting “unaltered evidence” and establishing “verifiable and repeatable examinations” of the data…
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