at risk records

At Risk Records are archival records that are in danger of being lost forever, usually due to physical damage or (in the case of electronic records) loss of the ability to access the originals.

UNESCO/UBC Vancouver Declaration

Posted on 12th October 2012
Under: at risk records, born digital records, electronic records, preservation | No Comments »

CURATEcamp Processing 2012

Posted on 5th August 2012
Under: at risk records, born digital records, electronic records, future-proofing | 2 Comments »

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 »

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 »

Leveraging Google Reader’s Page Change Tracking for Web Page Preservation

Posted on 26th January 2010
Under: at risk records, future-proofing, internet archiving, learning technology | 5 Comments »

Blog Action Day 2009: IEDRO and Climate Change

Posted on 16th October 2009
Under: at risk records, Blog Action Day, digitization, future-proofing, transcription | No Comments »

DH2009: Digital Curiosities and Amateur Collections

Posted on 29th June 2009
Under: access, at risk records, DH2009, digital humanities, digitization, learning technology, metadata, outreach, virtual collaboration, web 2.0 | 3 Comments »

DH2009: Digital Lives and Personal Digital Archives

Posted on 25th June 2009
Under: at risk records, born digital records, DH2009, digital humanities, e-mail, electronic records, future-proofing, photography, preservation | No Comments »

Archivists and New Technology: When Do The Records Matter?

Posted on 6th June 2009
Under: appraisal, at risk records, born digital records, electronic records, learning technology, software, what if | No Comments »

Sunshine Week 2009: Archives, Records and Other Online Government Information

Posted on 18th March 2009
Under: access, at risk records, born digital records, digitization, journalism, search, transcription | No Comments »
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