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October 24, 2017

Developing a Curriculum to Advance Library-Based Publishing (Project Update)

Project Timeline 2017 Author and revise modules Create course guides and other materials Begin pilot planning 2018 Release course materials Development of web platform 2 in-person and 2 online pilots LIS program integration Assessment and sustainability planning

December 14, 2016

Building a National Agenda for Saving Online News

This panel presented varied impressions from the third Dodging the Memory Hole event October 13-14th at UCLA Libraries, which focused on preserving journalistic content online. Topics include development of roles for each stakeholder community and preparing library science students to meet the demands for archiving news in the future.

Alignment and Reciprocity
October 13, 2016

Alignment and Reciprocity

This presentation discusses alignment and reciprocity and how to shift our energies out of silos and one offs and into collaboratives.

July 25, 2016

Mapping the Landscapes Focus Group Final Report

The “Mapping the Landscapes” Focus Group project, an initiative of the Coalition to Advance Learning in Archives, Libraries, and Museums, collected data from the cultural heritage field on continuing education and professional development (CE/PD) needs between August 2015 and June 2016. The project was funded through a federal grant from the Institute of Museum and … Continue reading Mapping the Landscapes Focus Group Final Report

July 7, 2016

Mapping the Landscapes Interactive Survey Data Storyboards (TrueBearing)

Downloadable, interactive results from the Mapping the Landscape survey, filterable by respondent location and sector. Requires the free Tableau Reader program to use offline. Results can also be viewed and interacted with online here. Acknowledgements This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

June 13, 2016

Library Publishing Curriculum

Quick Access Points For Students: Library Publishing Workshop (asynchronous, virtual course taught by Dr. Katherine Skinner) Overview of the Workshop Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: What and Why Libraries Publish Unit 3: Publishing Functions Unit 4: Developing Editorial Strategies Unit 5: Content and Access Unit 6: Assessing Impact Unit 7: Policy Unit 8: Sustainability and … Continue reading Library Publishing Curriculum

January 22, 2016

Public libraries share their digitization success stories

From ALA member news CHICAGO— Digitizing your collection is not only a great way to increase access to your materials, it also engages patrons on a whole new level and helps communicate your library’s value. But with staff time and resources already spread thin, it can be a challenge to plan and undertake a digitization … Continue reading Public libraries share their digitization success stories

June 8, 2015

Scanning the Environment: North Carolina Born Digital News Preservation Practices 2015

What little is known about news preservation practices in the United States is alarming. In 2012, the Pew Research Center’s Project for the Excellence in Journalism cited that already “the emerging world of community online news, less than a decade old, can be difficult to access.” A 2012 survey of news librarians conducted by the … Continue reading Scanning the Environment: North Carolina Born Digital News Preservation Practices 2015

November 11, 2014

Jump In: Taking Action in a Critical Moment

Closing remarks by Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute executive director, and event reflections and evaluation.

September 30, 2014

ETD Lifecycle Management Tools Manual

The Manual provides resources and instruction for tools in five major areas of lifecycle curation for ETDs, including: Virus Checking: Submitted ETD’s may contain viruses that could damage the entire collection if not screened in advance. We provide instructions for using ClamAV. File Format Identification: Knowledge of the formats used in an ETD can help a program … Continue reading ETD Lifecycle Management Tools Manual

September 15, 2014

BitCurator Consortium Launches

The Educopia Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the BitCurator Consortium (BCC), a new independent, community-led membership association to support the curation of born- digital materials by libraries, archives, and museums. Members of the BitCurator user community have founded BCC to enhance, promote, and explore this growing area of professional activity. “Managing born-digital … Continue reading BitCurator Consortium Launches

A Guide to Distributed Digital Preservation. Edited by Katherine Skinner and Matt Schultz.
February 6, 2010

A Guide to Distributed Digital Preservation

Authored by members of the MetaArchive Cooperative, A Guide to Distributed Digital Preservation is the first of a series of volumes describing successful collaborative strategies and articulating specific new models that may help cultural memory organizations work together for their mutual benefit. This volume is devoted to the broad topic of distributed digital preservation, a … Continue reading A Guide to Distributed Digital Preservation

November 3, 2009

Library of Congress Selects the MetaArchive Cooperative as a Continuing Partner in the National Digital Preservation Program

The MetaArchive Cooperative, an independent, international membership association that coordinates collaborative and distributed digital preservation solutions for cultural memory organizations, has received $659,052 to preserve our nation’s at-risk digital materials as part of the Library of Congress’s award-winning National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP). With this funding, the Cooperative will continue to encourage … Continue reading Library of Congress Selects the MetaArchive Cooperative as a Continuing Partner in the National Digital Preservation Program

September 1, 2009

Nexus

There have been many efforts over the last two decades to train library leaders through workshops, seminars, institutes, and fellows programs. The outcomes of these training efforts have varied. Studies conducted by CLIR and InfoPeople show that while some of these efforts may be working, they do not yet meet the breadth and depth of … Continue reading Nexus

July 24, 2009

Nexus: Leading Across Boundaries

The Nexus “Leading Across Boundaries” (LAB) initiative, funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and hosted by the Educopia Institute, is a federated, national effort involving a wide range of leadership training stakeholders from the archives, museum, and library communities. Together, we document existing practices and needed competencies, build cross-germination tools and strategies, … Continue reading Nexus: Leading Across Boundaries