Monthly Archives: October 2012

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

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ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster

Here’s a sneak preview of the BitCurator poster we’ll be presenting at ASIST 2012 in Baltimore this coming weekend/next week.   The poster reports on results obtained in the first year of the project which include: (1) detailed workflows documenting the handling of born-digital content in several collecting institutions; (2) specifications on how BitCurator can support the implementation of digital forensics tools and methods in curatorial workflow.

Poster: Integrating Digital Forensics into Born-Digital Workflows: The BitCurator Project

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/curategear2013.html

CurateGear 2013: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections

January 9, 2013, 8:00AM-5:00PM
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education

CurateGear 2013 is an interactive day-long event focused on digital curation tools and methods. See demonstrations, hear about the latest developments, and discuss application in professional contexts. This event is sponsored by Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of North Carolina School of Information and Library Science and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Register for CurateGear 2013

CurateGear 2013 Agenda

Symposium Speakers

Jonathan Crabtree, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
Mark Evans, Tessella
Lisa Gregory, State Library of North Carolina
Barbara Guttman, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Carolyn Hank, McGill University
Chien-Yi Hou, University of North Carolina
Greg Jansen, UNC Libraries
Leslie Johnston, Library of Congress
Cal Lee, University of North Carolina
Jerry McDonough, University of Illinois
Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
Richard Marciano, University of North Carolina
Mark Matienzo, Yale University
Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
David Pearson, National Library of Australia
Doug Reside, New York Public Library
Ryan Scherle, Duke University
Seth Shaw, University Archives, Duke University
Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Mike Thuman, Tessella
Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina
William Underwood, Georgia Tech
Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets Foundation
Doug White, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kam Woods, University of North Carolina

ASIST 2012 Poster