When Sam Brylawski was a teenager he had to write a paper for his high school American history class about Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” so he did something that was ambitious for a high school student: he traveled to the Library of Congress to examine the composition’s original manuscript in the Gershwin collection. Brylawski found […]
For the past few months we’ve been working away on an updated version of DMPonline.
The September 2013 Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter (PDF) is now available. In this issue: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada using the Levels of Digital Preservation Find out about the George Sanger Collection at UT Austin Videogame Archive Read an Analysis of Current Digital Preservation Policies What Is It That We Actually […]
Last October, I wrote about The Atlas of Digital Damages on Flickr. The idea was that it would be instructive to showcase digital content that suffered from problems roughly equivalent to physical content that was deteriorating due to mistakes or neglect. Since I last wrote about it, the atlas has acquired more examples reflecting all kinds of […]
Greetings, all. I’m a new postdoc at the CDL and I’m very excited to be spending the next couple of years thinking about data publication. Carly has discussed data publication several times before, but briefly, the goal is to improve dataset reproduction and reuse by publishing datasets as “first class” scholarly objects akin to journal articles- with the attendant […]
One of our goals to help guide the development of the DMPTool is to provide guidance on how the DMPTool can support data management beyond the planning stage. One of the best ways to do that is to look at … Continue reading →