Announcing the Inaugural Class of National Digital Stewardship Residents

The National Digital Stewardship Residency Program has reached a major milestone – the ten residents for the inaugural class have now been chosen!  It was a very competitive selection process, and these ten new residents have proven themselves highly qualified to take on current and future challenges of digital stewardship work.  They will arrive in […]

Where is the Applied Digital Preservation Research?

A few months back, during the Personal Digital Archiving 2013 conference, I was struck by how much interesting research was being done in the field of digital preservation. Everything from digital forensics to gamification, all of it thoughtful, much of it very practical and applicable. Still, I couldn’t help wishing that there was even more […]

New ORCID-integrated data citation tool

A new beta service has been launched for searching and claiming works in DataCite:
http://datacite.labs.orcid-eu.org
With this tool, created in the context of the ODIN Project, authors can identify themselves with their ORCID ID and search their own wo…

Digital Preservation for the People!

The following is a guest post by Jefferson Bailey, Strategic Initiatives Manager at Metropolitan New York Library Council, National Digital Stewardship Alliance Innovation Working Group co-chair and a former Fellow in the Library of Congress’s Office of Strategic Initiatives. A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to teach a personal digital archiving workshop at the […]

Towards a Digital Preservation Policy For Museums

The following is a guest post by Madeline Sheldon, a 2013 Junior Fellow with NDIIPP. Earlier this week, I visited the Smithsonian Institution to attend a talk by Courtney Johnson, Director of The Dowse Art Museum in New Zealand. Energy oozed from Johnson; she exuded a confidence that was easy-going, without being arrogant. Her background […]