historical research

Considering Historians, Archivists and Born Digital Records

Posted on 23rd March 2007
Under: access, born digital records, future-proofing, historical research | 3 Comments »

Google, Privacy, Records Managment and Archives

Posted on 16th March 2007
Under: access, born digital records, electronic records, historical research, internet archiving, preservation, privacy, search | 6 Comments »

The Archives and Archivists Listserv: hoping for a stay of execution

Posted on 14th March 2007
Under: access, born digital records, electronic records, future-proofing, historical research, internet archiving, preservation | 1 Comment »

Understanding Born Digital Records: Journalists and Archivists with Parallel Challenges

Posted on 17th February 2007
Under: access, born digital records, context, database design, electronic records, future-proofing, historical research, journalism, preservation, search, software | 3 Comments »

Spring 2007:Access and Information Visualization

Posted on 4th February 2007
Under: access, born digital records, EAD, electronic records, historical research, information visualization, interface design, search | 5 Comments »

Book Review: Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History

Posted on 25th January 2007
Under: access, book review, GIS, historical research, software | No Comments »

Footnote.com and US National Archives records

Posted on 17th January 2007
Under: access, digitization, funding, historical research, outreach, software | 8 Comments »

OBR: Optical Braille Recognition

Posted on 9th January 2007
Under: access, context, digitization, historical research, software | 1 Comment »

129th anniversary of Thomas Edison’s Invention of the Phonograph

Posted on 21st November 2006
Under: audio, context, historical research | 2 Comments »

Archival Context and Description – Taking It to the Next Level

Posted on 14th November 2006
Under: access, context, digitization, EAD, historical research, interface design, metadata, search, what if | No Comments »
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