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Archive: April 2014 (2 Posts)

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A Report On the Personal Digital Archiving 2014 Conference

Posted by: Mike Ashenfelder

Cinda May, a key organizer of the Personal Digital Archiving 2014 conference, is one of a growing number of information professionals helping to digitally preserve personal and community history.┬áMay, chair of Special Collections at Indiana State University Library, is a co-creator of the Wabash Valley Visions & Voices Digital Memory Project and, as such, she …

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Eyes of the World: Interview with George Jungbluth of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Posted by: Mike Ashenfelder

This post is part of our ongoing NDSA innovation group’s Insights interview series. Scientific data is the biggest of the “big data.” In fact, research data and increased complexity and volume of data are two of the challenges addressed by the National Agenda for Digital Stewardship. To find out more about the data preservation and …