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Louisiana Public Broadcasting Digital Preservation Plan

I have completed my NDSR AAPB residency at Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB)! While most of my cohort will continue chugging along for another few months, I sadly have to finish up a bit early. But, I’m leaving for an exciting … Continue reading

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Advocating for Archives in a Production Environment

One of the new experiences I’ve had here at LPB, among the many new experiences that have accompanied moving to Baton Rouge, Louisiana (I have way more opinions about gumbo now), has been working for an archive in a production … Continue reading

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Before & after XML to PBCore in ResourceSpace

I’m interested in learning about different applications of ResourceSpace for audiovisual digital preservation and collection management and wanted to explore PBCore XML data exports. Creating PBCore XML is possible in ResourceSpace, but it is dependent on each installation’s metadata field … Continue reading

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MPR50

First of all, I can’t believe we’re over halfway through this residency. It just doesn’t seem possible! Secondly, MPR just celebrated its 50th anniversary, and I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge it. Happy Birthday, Minnesota Public Radio! Between … Continue reading

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Playing with Pandas: CSV metadata transformations

Being able to start this blog post with a panda gif makes me incredibly happy. However, what I’m really talking about is Pandas, the data analysis library for Python programming. I’m intrigued by the possibilities of programming for library and archives … Continue reading

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Just Ask For Help Already!

I do not know everything. Nor does anyone else. Huge surprise, I’m sure. Lemme give you a second to pick your jaw up off the floor and recompose yourself. Despite the fact that this foregone conclusion is painfully obvious, I … Continue reading

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Inside the WHUT video library clean-up – part 2: lots of manual labor

Resident log, NDSR date 20161220.1 Last time on “Inside the WHUT video library clean-up” WHUT’s RECOMMENDED “TO DO” CHECKLIST new shelves to be placed in library-adjacent rooms A and B retiling the linoleum floor thermometer and humidity reader removal of … Continue reading

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