DLF Forum 2019 has ended
Learn more here.

#DLFforum #LearnAtDLF #DigiPres19 #DLFvillage

OSF Repositories: DLF Forum + DigiPres19

Shared Notes Folders for Learn@DLF + DLF Forum + DigiPres19: http://bit.ly/2019DLF
Back To Schedule
Thursday, October 17 • 11:30am - 12:25pm
#r3c: Born Digital Matters

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
Session Chair: Joe Carrano (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Everything Must Go: Processing Removable Media in Legacy Collections
Hyeeyoung Kim
Bentley Historical Library, United States of America
This presentation is about a two-year project that will process over 4500 removable media across 243 collections at the Bentley Historical Library. The presenter will highlight how archivists came together to solve digital preservation challenges arising from large-scale retroactive labor, as well as lessons learned during the first project year.
Saving the Set: Step-by-step Problem and Solution Finding Towards CD-ROM Preservation
David Cirella
Yale University
Preserving digital objects requires a series of varying and diverse approaches to be successful. The session will present a case study of the preservation of CD-ROM sets of historical newspapers, exploring the analysis around, and solutions to, proprietary file formats, legacy software and hardware, and language support.
ReproZip-Web: An Open Source, Emulation-based Web Archiving Tool to Save Data Journalism
Katherine Boss(1), Vicky Steeves(1), Rémi Rampin(2), Fernando Chirigati(2), Brian Hoffman(3)
1: New York University Libraries, United States of America; 2: New York University Tandon School of Engineering, United States of America; 3: Independent, United States of America
Data journalism websites rely on source files that current third-party web archiving tools cannot capture, and as such they are being lost. We present ReproZip-Web, an open-source archiving prototype to capture these works. The lightweight .rpz bundle ReproZip-Web creates contains all the information needed to archive and reproduce the website.

avatar for Joe Carrano

Joe Carrano

Digital Archivist, MIT Libraries
Joe Carrano is a Digital Archivist at MIT Libraries. He has an MA in History and an MLS with a specialization in Archives, Records, and Information Management from the University of Maryland, College Park.


David Cirella

Digital Preservation Librarian, Yale University Library

Hyeeyoung Kim

Digital Archivist, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin
Hyeeyoung Kim is a Digital Archivist at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, the University of Texas at Austin. He holds MSIS from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a concentration in Archives and Records Management and a certificate in Digital Curati... Read More →

Thursday October 17, 2019 11:30am - 12:25pm EDT
Meeting Rooms 5-6