Archivists Bridge the Digital Divide at SAA 2013

We’re big fans and proponents of face-to-face meetings and conferences a means to explore best practices and share lessons learned within and outside of the digital stewardship community. We can’t attend every event, so that’s why I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to go to the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists, August […]

Analysis of Current Digital Preservation Policies: Archives, Libraries and Museums

The following is a guest post by Madeline Sheldon, a 2013 Junior Fellow with NDIIPP. My major project as a Library of Congress Junior Fellow was to identify and analyze cultural heritage institution digital preservation policies. This project was an update and extension of work done in 2011 by another Junior Fellow, Kristen Snawder. My full […]

Summer meeting programme finalised

6 weeks prior to the next DataCite summer meeting in Washington DC September 19-20 we are pleased to announce the publication of the final programme for the event.
Join us there to learn about the latest developments in data citation from Figshare, Fo…

What’s a Nice English Professor Like You Doing in a Place Like This: An Interview With Matthew Kirschenbaum

I’ve talked about Matthew Kirschenbaum’s work in a range of posts on digital objects here on The Signal. It seemed like it would be valuable to delve deeper into some of those discussions here in an interview. If you are unfamiliar, Matthew G. Kirschenbaum is Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University […]