Archive for 2011

Digitization Program Site Visit: University of Maryland

Posted on 12th December 2011
Under: access, digitization, software | No Comments »

Day of Digital Archives

Posted on 6th October 2011
Under: born digital records, digital humanities, digitization, electronic records, future-proofing, learning technology | No Comments »

SXSW Panel Proposal – Archival Records Online: Context is King

Posted on 31st August 2011
Under: access, context, interface design, SXSW | 1 Comment »

Rescuing 5.25″ Floppy Disks from Oblivion

Posted on 25th July 2011
Under: at risk records, electronic records, future-proofing, learning technology, preservation, software | 19 Comments »

Career Update

Posted on 1st June 2011
Under: born digital records, electronic records, what if | 4 Comments »

SXSWi: You’re Dead, Your Data Isn’t: What Happens Now?

Posted on 31st March 2011
Under: at risk records, born digital records, future-proofing, preservation, privacy, SXSW | 3 Comments »

SXSW Interactive: Data and Revelations

Posted on 13th March 2011
Under: born digital records, digital humanities, information visualization, SXSW | 1 Comment »

Heading to Austin for SXSW Interactive

Posted on 9th March 2011
Under: archival community, digital humanities, interface design, learning technology, virtual collaboration, web 2.0 | No Comments »

Creative Funding for Text-Mining and Visualization Project

Posted on 16th January 2011
Under: digital humanities, funding, GIS, information visualization, interface design, search, text mining | 2 Comments »