born digital records

Born Digital Records are those records which are created in a digital format. These records may never have a physical or analog expression.

The CODATA Mission: Preserving Scientific Data for the Future

Posted on 18th February 2013
Under: access, born digital records, digitization, future-proofing, GIS, preservation, software | 1 Comment »

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 »

MARAC Spring 2012: Preservation of Digital Materials (Session S1)

Posted on 3rd May 2012
Under: born digital records, MARAC, preservation | 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 »

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 »

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 »
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