original order

Concertina History Online Features Virtual Collaboration and Digitization

Posted on 10th January 2010
Under: audio, digitization, historical research, learning technology, original order, virtual collaboration | 2 Comments »

SAA2008: Preservation and Experimentation with Analog/Digital Hybrid Literary Collections (Session 203)

Posted on 6th September 2008
Under: appraisal, at risk records, born digital records, e-mail, electronic records, original order, preservation, SAA2008, software | No Comments »

Of Pirates, Treasure Chests and Keys: Improving Access to Digitized Materials

Posted on 23rd April 2008
Under: access, context, digitization, historical research, interface design, learning technology, original order, search | 1 Comment »

ISSUU: Interesting Platform for Online Publishing

Posted on 2nd March 2008
Under: access, copyright, digitization, original order, software | No Comments »

Capa’s Found Images and Thoughts on Digital Photographers’ Sketchbooks

Posted on 1st February 2008
Under: at risk records, born digital records, future-proofing, historical research, metadata, original order, photography | 2 Comments »

SAA 2007 Session Proposal: Preserving Context and Original Order in a Digital World

Posted on 28th September 2006
Under: access, context, digitization, EAD, GIS, interface design, metadata, open source, original order, SAA2006, SAA2007, software | 1 Comment »

Ideas about Zotero and Digitized Archives

Posted on 9th September 2006
Under: access, historical research, metadata, open source, original order, search, software, what if | 9 Comments »

SAA 2006 Poster: Communicating Context in Online Collections

Posted on 15th August 2006
Under: access, context, interface design, metadata, original order, SAA2006 | No Comments »

Thoughts on Archiving Web Sites

Posted on 26th July 2006
Under: access, born digital records, context, future-proofing, internet archiving, original order | 1 Comment »

Paper Calendars, Palm Pilots and Google Calendar

Posted on 20th July 2006
Under: access, born digital records, context, original order, preservation | 8 Comments »