Audio from 14 Things Everyone Needs to Know about Digital Preservation now available

If  you missed our February 14 session, “14 Things Everyone Needs to Know about Digital Preservation,” audio from the session is now available at http://digitaldiscussions.web.unc.edu/session-february-2013-14-things-everyone-needs-to-know-about-digital-preservation/.

Slides from Digital Preservation session available

Slides from this week’s Digital Discussions session, “14 things everyone needs to know about digital preservation” by Jill Sexton, Andy Hart, and Meg Tuomala, are now linked from http://digitaldiscussions.web.unc.edu/session-february-2013-14-things-everyone-needs-to-know-about-digital-preservation/.

If you attended the session, please take a moment to fill out our brief survey at http://bit.ly/cdladigdisc. We’d like to hear from you!

14 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Digital Preservation – 2/14

Please join us for the next Digital Discussions session on February 14.

What: 14 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Digital Preservation
Who: Andy Hart, Preservation; Jill Sexton, Carolina Digital Repository; Meg Tuomala, University Archives and Records Management Services
When: February 14, 2013, Noon – 1 PM
Where: Davis Library 214

Come hear about digital preservation activities at the UNC Chapel Hill Libraries. Andy Hart, Jill Sexton, and Meg Tuomala will talk about why digital preservation is important, present key issues in the field, and demonstrate some tools of the trade.

Andy Hart is the Head of Preservation at UNC Chapel Hill Libraries

Jill Sexton is the Manager of the Carolina Digital Repository at UNC Chapel Hill Libraries

Meg Tuomala is the Electronic Records Archivist at UNC Chapel Hill Libraries

Audio from Digital Discussions Wikipedia session available

Audio from Nick Graham and Emily Jack’s January 10, 2013 Digital Discussions session, “The Wikipedia ‘GLAM’ Initiative and How the UNC Library Might (Or Might Not) Get Involved is now available from iTunesU. Visit http://digitaldiscussions.web.unc.edu/session-january-2013-the-wikipedia-glam-initiative-and-how-the-unc-library-might-or-might-not-get-involved/ for more information on the session and a link to the recording.