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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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Reporting from the PNW: Online Northwest Conference

Hello, it’s your Pacific Standard Time/Pacific Northwest resident here reporting on happenings in the Cascadia region. I was fortunate to learn about the Online Northwest conference (someone who attended my KBOO Edit-a-Thon event told me about it!), although last minute. … Continue reading

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Moving Beyond the Allegory of the Lone Digital Archivist (& my day of Windows scripting at KBOO)

The “lone arranger” was a term I learned in my library sciences degree program and I accepted it. I visualized hard-working, problem-solving solo archivists in small staff-situations challenged with organizing, preserving, and providing access to the growing volumes of historically … 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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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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Is there something that does it all?: Choosing a metadata management system

Early in our NDSR cohort chats, each resident agreed that our host site’s current metadata collecting and organizing practices could be improved. Many of us sought to find a database tool that could help our staff manage their data effectively. … Continue reading

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IASA Day 1 and Voice to Text Recognition

AAPB NDSR update in podcast form. Day 1 of IASA, the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archivists in Washington, D.C. Duration: 00:05:31 *In the audio, I quote directly from resources listed below, namely the Traditional Knowledge paper and the Mukurtu … Continue reading

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