December 14, 2016
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.
November 17, 2014
November 11, 2014
Closing remarks by Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute executive director, and event reflections and evaluation.
April 30, 2014
The Chronicles project focused on developing strategies, workflows, and tools for ingesting preservation-ready news content. Early in the project, the PI, PM, and Technical Advisor hosted a set of concentrated discussions across the three DDP partners (MetaArchive, UNT Coda, and Chronopolis). In these conversations, we formalized a strategy for accomplishing content exchanges using common tools … Continue reading Chronicles Interoperability Tools
April 1, 2014
The Chronicles in Preservation project has provided an evaluation of three leading technical approaches in the U.S. context (iRODS at Chronopolis, LOCKSS at MetaArchive, and Coda at University of North Texas Libraries) for institutions that want to preserve their diverse newspaper holdings in Distributed Digital Preservation (DDP) frameworks. Each of these approaches has unique features … Continue reading Comparative Analysis of Distributed Digital Preservation Frameworks
March 27, 2014
Libraries and other cultural memory organizations curate a substantial body of digital newspaper content. The genesis of these collections is often a series of iterative and cumulative digitization and born-digital acquisitions with idiosyncratic and ad-hoc data storage structures that vary radically in their file types, structures, and metadata. These institutions have limited resources to expend … Continue reading Guidelines for Digital Newspaper Preservation Readiness
August 20, 2013
October 4, 2012
In this paper, we describe research led by Educopia Institute regarding the preservation needs for digitized and born-digital newspapers. The Chronicles in Preservation project, builds upon previous efforts (e.g. the U.S. National Digital Newspaper Program) to look more broadly at the needs of digital newspapers in all of their diverse and challenging forms. This paper … Continue reading Digital Preservation of Newspapers: Findings of the Chronicles in Preservation Project