Digital Archives Day at the Library of Congress

In truth, every day is digital archives day here at the Library. But, in honor of the official Digital Archives Day, I thought it would be useful to mention some of the pertinent resources the Library has or helps support.  There are two basic categories: 1) digital content collections, and 2) information about digital projects […]

D is for data

Part of a continuing series of alphabetically chosen digital preservation topics. I believe a “picture is worth a thousand words” especially when masses of digits form a new shape that presents fresh insights. The Library and National Endowment for the Humanities have been working with partners for several years to build a digital archive of historic […]

Digital Asset Management in the Real World: Finish Moves and Stone Cold Stunners

The following is a guest blog post by Gloria Gonzalez, a UCLA Library and Information Science graduate student and former NDIIPP Junior Fellow. I hobnobbed with celebrities in Hollywood recently.  And I mean real A-list talent: I got to spend quality time with the archival stars of the moving image world at the Association of […]

Graduates To Sow Seeds of New Training Program Across U.S.

The following is a guest post from Ellen O’Donnell, Senior Technical Writer, on assignment to the Office of Strategic Initiatives from the National Institutes of Health. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.  The Nevada State Library and Archives. The local history center of the Hartford, Conn., Public Library. These organizations and 21 others involved […]