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Thursday, October 17 • 9:00am - 9:55am
#r1d: Preservation is Social

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Session Chair: Suzanne Chase (Georgetown University)
Report on Preservation, Imaging, Digitization, Indexing, and Hosting the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum Archives
Frederick Zarndt(1), Jacqueline Vincent(2), Alexis Lecoq(3), Pheaktra Song(4)
1: Digital Divide Data, San Diego, United States of America; 2: The Brechin Group, Ottawa, Canada; 3: Digital Divide Data, Phnom Penh, Cambodia; 4: Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum Archives are a record of Khmer Rouge actions against Cambodian citizens. The Archives are inscribed in UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register. Once the UNESCO-sponsored, KOICA-funded digitization and preservation project is completed, the Archives will be accessible via the Internet.
A Use Case for Post-Custodial Stewardship: Preserving Manuscripts from Casamance Senegal
Fallou Ngom, Eleni Castro, Ablaye Diakité, Ibrahima Yaffa, Ibrahima Ngom
Boston University, United States of America
This talk will provide an overview of an international collaboration between Boston University, the West African Research Center, manuscript owners/authors, and local experts in Senegal during a 15-month project to digitize, curate, and preserve over 17,000 manuscript pages written in Mandinka Ajami and Arabic.

Not a vacuum: Identifying sociotechnical factors that impact digital preservation workflows
Sam Meister, Katherine Skinner, Alex Chassanoff
Educopia Institute, United States of America
The OSSArcFlow project has investigated, modeled, and tested workflows combining multiple systems for born-digital content curation in libraries and archives and gained deeper understanding of the range of factors impacting institutional workflows. In this presentation we will share our findings, including the sociotechnical factors commonly identified across our partner institutions.

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Suzanne Chase

Head, Digital Services Unit, Georgetown University
Digital libraries and collections, digital repositories, open source software, digitization, digital preservation.

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Frederick Zarndt

Digital Divide Data
Frederick Zarndt has worked with historic and contemporary newspaper, journal, magazine, book, and records digitisation since computer speeds, software, technology, storage, and costs first made it practical. Frederick has experience in every aspect of digitisation projects including... Read More →
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Eleni Castro

OpenBU & ETD Program Librarian, Boston University
I manage our institutional repository (OpenBU), and our Electronic Theses & Dissertations Program at Boston University. My interests include: digitization, web-accessibility, digital preservation (and access!), digital humanities, research data management, and open access.

Thursday October 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:55am EDT
Meeting Rooms 8-9