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Resident Webinar Recording Roundup

With Lorena Ramírez-López’s presentation last month on “Whats, Whys, and How Tos of Web Archiving,” our AAPB NDSR webinar series has now concluded.  However, if you want to catch up on what you missed, I’m happy to share that recordings … Continue reading

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Adventures in Perceptual Hashing

Background One of the primary goals of my project at CUNY TV is to prototype a system of perceptual hashing that can be integrated into our archival workflows. Perceptual hashing is a method of identifying similar content using automated analysis; … Continue reading

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Professional Development Time Project: Audiorecorder

One of the incredible things about my NDSR residency is that it requires me to spend 20% of my time working on professional development. This allows me to devote quite a bit of time to learning skills and working on … Continue reading

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AAPB NDSR Webinars

We have another resident-hosted webinar coming up in a few weeks! Intro to Data Manipulation with Python CSV (Adam Lott) Thursday, February 23 3:00 PM EST Archivists frequently inherit huge amounts of messy and disorganized data. More often than not, … Continue reading

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Register for our upcoming webinars

We have two free, resident-hosted, open-to-the-public webinars coming up in January! Challenges of Removable Media in Digital Preservation (Eddy Colloton) Thursday, January 12th, 3:00 PM ET Removable storage media could be considered the most ubiquitous of digital formats. From floppy … Continue reading

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Learning GitHub (or, if I can do it, you can too!)

Resident: Andrew Weaver, CUNY TV As the CUNY TV Archives makes heavy use of GitHub for their workflows, in my residency I have had the opportunity to learn about more efficient ways to use this tool. GitHub is a service … Continue reading

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