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Why Experiment: Machine Learning at the Library of Congress  

Posted by: Laurie Allen

Why Machine Learning? Everyone at the Library of Congress wants the materials we steward and the services we offer to be useful for as many people as possible. It’s why we do what we do! And across the Library, staff have long relied on technological innovations to enable people to use our materials to become …

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Experimenting with speech-to-text and collections at the Library

Posted by: Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal

This guest blog post is shared by Chris Adams, Solutions Architect in the Office of the Chief Information Officer/IT Design & Development Directorate, and Julia Kim, Digital Projects Coordinator at the National Library for the Blind and Print Disabled at the Library of Congress, formerly the Digital Assets Specialist at the American Folklife Center, supporting …

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Minimal Digital Processing at the American Folklife Center

Posted by: Charles Hosale

This is a guest post by former American Folklife Center intern Annie Schweikert on her work to develop a minimal digital processing workflow. Annie is an MA candidate at NYU’s Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program who interned at the Library of Congress American Folklife Center in the summer of 2018. Other recent internships include …

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Software Carpentry at the Library of Congress

Posted by: Kate Zwaard

In February, we hosted 40 librarians, archivists and data wranglers at the Library of Congress to learn advanced skills in managing digital collections. National Digital Initiatives (NDI/NP/NIO) hosted a Software Carpentry workshop, inviting staff from the Library, the DC Public Library and federal libraries for hands-on learning in the programming language Python, the version-control software …

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The Radcliffe Workshop on Technology & Archival Processing

Posted by: Mike Ashenfelder

This is a guest post from Julia Kim, archivist in the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. The annual meeting of the Radcliffe Technology Workshop (April 4th – April 5th, #radtech16) brought together historians, (digital) humanists and archivists for an intensive discussion of the “digital turn” and its effect on our work. The …

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Intellectual Property Rights Issues for Software Emulation: An Interview with Euan Cochrane, Zach Vowell, and Jessica Meyerson

Posted by: Erin Engle

The following is a guest post by Morgan McKeehan, National Digital Stewardship Resident at Rhizome. She is participating in the NDSR-NYC cohort. I began my National Digital Stewardship Residency at Rhizome — NDSR project description here (PDF) — by leading a workshop for the Emulation as a Service framework (EaaS), at “Party Like it’s 1999: …