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www.imaging.org/archiving
GeneralChair:DavidWalls,
USGovernmentPrintingOffice
PRELIMINARYPROGRAM
ARCHIVING2015
May19-22,2015 • LosAngeles,CA
SponsoredbytheSocietyforImagingScienceandTechnology
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May19-22,2015
LosAngeles,CA
©2015SocietyforImagingScienceandTechnology(IS&T).
Coverimage:SuzanneE.Grinnan
GeneralChair
DavidWalls,USGovernment
PrintingOffice
HonoraryChair
StanleySmith,TheJ.PaulGetty
Museum
ProgramChair
KariSmith,MITInstituteArchives
and SpecialCollections
ShortCourseChair
MichaelHorsley,National
ArchivesandRecords
Administration
TechnicalProgramCommittee
MichaelBennett,Universityof
Connecticut
PeterBurns,Burns Digital
Imaging
KathrineHougaardEdsen
Johansen,DanishNational
Archives
MikkoLampi,MikkeliUniversity
ofAppliedSciences
ErikLandsberg,Museumof
ModernArt
VolkerMärgner,Technische
UniversitätBraunschweig
PhilMichel,USLibraryofCongress
SteeringCommittee
SuzanneE.Grinnan,IS&T
ChristophVoges,consultant
DavidWalls,USGovernment
PrintingOffice
KateZwaard,USLibraryof
Congress
ConferenceCommittee
ConferenceSponsors
TheIS&TArchivingConferencebringstogether
auniquecommunityofimagingnovicesand
experts from m libraries, , archives, , records
management, and d information technology
institutions around the e world d to discuss and
exploretheexpandingfieldofdigitalarchiv-
ing and d preservation. The e conference pres-
ents thelatestresearchresults on n archiving,
provides a a forum to explore e new w strategies
andpolicies, andreportsonsuccessful proj-
ectsthatcanserveasbenchmarksinthefield.
Archiving2015is ablendof shortcourses,
keynote talks, peer-reviewed oral presenta-
tions,anexhibit,behind-the-scenestours,and
ampleopportunitiestonetwork.
CooperatingSocieties
• AICTheAmericanInstituteforConservation
ofHistoric&ArtisticWorks
• ALAALCTSAmericanLibraryAssociation–
AssociationforLibraryCollections&Technical
Services
• CNICoalitionforNetworkedInformation
• DigitalPreservationCoalition
• IOP/PrintingandGraphicSciencesGroup
• ISCCInter-SocietyColorCouncil
• MCNMuseumComputerNetwork
• RPSRoyalPhotographicSociety
AbouttheConference
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registrationdeadline:
daytoregister:
ShortcourseslikethisoneonMetamorfoze,taught
byHansvan Dormolen,offeranintimatesettingto
gainmorein-depthknowldegeabouttechnical
aspectsofdigitalarchiving.Viewallshortcourses
beginningonpage4.ViewcoursesonMetamor-
fozeonpage8andpage10.
Photo:ChristophVoges.
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May19-22,2015
LosAngeles,CA
2
Logistics
GettyParkingandTramAccess
GettyCenter
HotelAngeleno
LuxeSunsetBlvd.Hotel
enterfromSunsetBlvd.
Archiving 2015 attendees are
encouraged to stay at t the e Hotel
Angeleno, where e a great hotel
roomrate,includingparking,wifi,
and morehas beensecured.See
page3fordetails.
Archiving2015shortcourses will
take place e at the Luxe e Sunset
Boulevard Hotel, a a short walk
from Hotel Angeleno (allow 10
minutes; walk is 2-3city blocks).
ThisisalsothelocationoftheCon-
ferenceReceptiononWednesday
evening.
Technical Sessions will takeplace
intheHaroldM.WilliamsAuditori-
um, on the grounds s of f the e Getty
Center(www.getty.edu).TheGetty
Centeralsohouses theGetty Mu-
seumandtheGettyResearchInsti-
tute.NotethattheCentersitshigh
atop a mesa. The image e to the
rightisdeceptiveinhowclosethe
Center is to the hotels. The
groundshaveacafeteriaandoth-
erdiningoptionsforlunch.
AccesstotheGettyCenterisviaa
tram, located d about t 1.5 miles
fromtheHotel Angeleno. Parking
at the e Center is $15/day. Hotel
Angelenoguestshavecomplemen-
tary parkingatthehotel.Walking
fromthehotel totheGettyCenter
or the Getty y Center r Parking g and
Tram area is notencouraged due
tosafetyreasons. IS&Tisworking
to secure shuttleand d other trans-
portation options. . Details s will be
senttoregistrants.
Attendees visiting LAmaywishto
rent a a car r as the city is quite
spreadoutandnoteasilyaccessi-
blebypublictransport.Therearefewrestaurantoptionswithin
walking distanceof f thehotels. A vibrant area a near UCLA—
Westwood—is2.5milesfromthehotel.Ithasmanydiningop-
tions. The hotel l shuttle ferries guests s up to 3 3 miles s free e of
charge,basedonavailability.
Note:Mapis fromGoogle mapsandisdeceptive as itdoesnotshow
elevation.Itisintendedjusttogiveageneralideaoflocations.
ImportantAddresses
forGPS
GettyCenterParking
1200NSepulvedaBlvd
LosAngeles,CA90049
HotelAngeleno
170NorthChurchLn.
LosAngeles,CA90049
LuxeSunsetBlvd.Hotel
11461SunsetBlvd.
LosAngeles,CA90049
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Archiving2015
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TheVenue:TheGettyCenterandLosAngeles(LA)
TheGettyCenter,locatedintheBrentwood
sectionofLA,ishostingArchiving2015in
the Harold M. Williams Auditorium. The
Getty, comprised of f two locations s within
theLAarea,isoneofthemostvisitedmu-
seumsintheUS.TheGettyCenterhouses
European paintings, drawings, sculpture,
illuminated manuscripts, decorative e arts,
and an international l collection n of photo-
graphs,alongwiththeGettyConservation
Institute,the Getty Research h Institute, , and
the Getty Foundation. . The e Getty Villa in
Malibu hasover1,200antiquitieson dis-
play and isdedicated to the studyof f the
artsandculturesofancientGreece,Rome,
andEtruria.
LosAngeles—the city of angels—holdsa
plethora of exploration n opportunities s for
visitors. From outstanding museums s such
asthe Getty,LAMOCA,Hammer,Norton
Simon, and Huntington n toiconic settings
such as Griffith Observatory, the e Holly-
woodWalkofFame,andDisneyland,LA
offers something g for everyone. . You can
learn aboutthe origins of theearth atLa
Breatarpits;walkthroughhistoryatUnion
StationandOlveraStreet;enjoyperform-
ance art at the Hollywood Bowl;take in
thePacificOceanatSantaMonicaPier;or
tour the exemplary y Greene e and d Greene
Arts and d Crafts homes, such as the
GambleHouseinPasadena.
LodgingAccomodation
IS&Thassecuredablockofroomsat
HotelAngeleno
www.hotelangeleno.com/
170N.ChurchLane
LosAngeles,CA90049
+866-460-7456
Rate:$155/night+15.565%taxforDeluxe
DoubleorKingroom
Room rate e includes s internetaccess s through-
out the hotel, , valet t parking, , nightly wine
hour,andshuttleservicewithin3-milesofthe
hotel. Rate honored May 14-25 based on
availability.
Checkin/out
3:00pm/noon
Reservationdeadline:April27,2015
Reserve
viaOnline:http://tinyurl.com/n3tqjlt
viaPhone:866/264-3536
Reference:IS&TArchiving2015
Transportation
AnumberofairportsserveLA.Theoneclosest
toHotelAngelenoisLosAngelesInternation-
al Airport (LAX). . It t has direct flights s from
many cities s including Atlanta, , Baltimore,
Boston, Chicago, , Dallas, Denver, , Frankfurt,
Newark, NewYork, Paris,Phoenix, Sydney,
Tokyo,andWashington,DC(DCAandIAD).
GettingtothehotelfromLAX
TheAngelenoHotelis12milesfromLAX.
Bus service with h one bus s change e is $11.75
and takes s approximately y 1 1 hour. . Info at
socaltransport.org/tm_pub_start.php.
Shuttlescharge approximately y $17 7 one-way.
Bookonlineatwww.supershuttle.com/
Taxiscost$45-$60dependingontraffic.
Carrentaliscurrentlyaslowas$30/dayand
canbecomparedatkayak.com.
Moreinformation on LAX and d ground trans-
portationisatwww.lawa.org.
AccommodationandTransportation
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T1A:TheTenCommandmentsofGoodScanner&
CameraImagingPerformance
8:00am–12:15pm(4hours)
Instructors:PeterD.Burns,Burns DigitalImaging,
and DonWilliams,ImageScienceAssociates
This is a a no-nonsense course on simpleand
achievable tools/techniques to build d a a solid
digital imaging foundation n forthecaptureof
resilientandversatiledigitalimages,including
methods having potential to meetthehighest
levelsofFADGIandMetamorfozeguidelinere-
quirements.It’snotthathard.Thisisanupdat-
ed and d improved course e from m a previously
published Top Ten n Tips publication several
yearsago.We’velearnedalotandwillshare
thoseexperienceswithyou.Theseincludereal-
isticcolormanagement,predictablebehaviors
ofbrandedcapturedevices,andnewmethod-
ologies for r rapid d capture e imaging. Specific
andpracticalexamplesoftheuseofISOstan-
dardsandinstitutionalguidelinesinmuseumor
libraryenvironmentswillbedescribed.
Theelementsofthiscoursecanbeapplied
todigitalimageserviceproviders, collection
custodians, and d device e manufacturers. . We
alsofocusontheselectionanddevelopment
oftestplans,performancemeasurements,ac-
ceptancecriteria,teststargets,andsoftware.
Suggestionsand tools formaintaining good
imagingperformanceareincluded.
Benefits
Thiscourseenablestheattendeeto:
• Interpretandcomplywithcustomer
imagingrequirements.
• Establishaccountabilityforimaging
performanceproblems.
• Understandstandardstocharacterize
scannerandcameraperformance.
• Criticallyevaluatemanufacturers’claims
ofresolution,colorerrors,andnoise.
• Identifysourcesofperformancevariation
indigitalimagereformatting.
• Introduceimagingqualitycontrolproce-
duresintoworkflows.
• Developtestplans,andapplycorrective
actionsforill-behavedperformance.
• Useeasyandnon-disruptivemethodsto
monitorimagequality.
Intended Audience:
Managers, engineers, and
technicians responsible e for r evaluating and
monitoring scanner and camera a perform-
ance,andemergingguidelines.Thisincludes
manufacturers, service providers, , and d con-
tentcustodians.Aworkingknowledgeofdig-
italscannerandcameraoperationandtheir
commontechnologieswillbeassumed.
Peter Burns is aconsultant workingindigital image
evaluation,systemmonitoring,andimageprocessing.
Hehas experience inseveral areasfor digital imag-
ing;digitalphotography,mobileimaging,culturalher-
itageimaging,andimagingperformance standards.
Afrequentspeakeratimagingconferences,heisalso
auniversitylecturerandshortcourseinstructor.
DonWilliamsisfounderofImageScienceAsso-
ciates, a a digital l imaging consulting and d software
group.Theirworkfocusesonquantitativeperformance
metricsfordigital captureofdigitalimagingdevices,
and imaging g fidelity y issues for the e cultural heritage
community.Hehasworkedforanumberoflargecul-
tural heritage institutes inpractical implementation of
imagequalitycontrolsandistheprimearchitectforthe
GoldenThreadimagequalityevaluationtools.Hehas
taughtshortcoursesformanyyears,andcontributesto
severalimagingstandardsactivities.
ShortCourseProgram:Tuesday,May19th
4
May19-22,2015
LosAngeles,CA
SpecialNotesforShortCourses
AllShortCoursestakeplaceattheLuxe
SunsetBoulevardHotel.
Thepurchaseofanyshortcourseticket
entitlesyoutothegrouplunchthatday.
Weencourageyoutoregisterforcoursesin
advancetoinsurethattheyrun,butitis
possibletoregisteronsite.
Youmayregisterforclassesonly;technical
registrationisnotrequiredtotakeclasses.
Archiving2015
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T2A:AnIntroductiontoDigitalArchiving
8:00am–12:15pm(4hours)
Instructor:JohnSarnowski,ResCartaFoundation
Thisisanintroductoryworkshopontheuseof
open/freesoftwaretocreate,validate,index,
search,display,andmaintainadigitalarchive
of various materials including g photographs,
oralhistories,newspapers,andbooks.
Thecourseexplainshowtotakesimpledig-
italfilesandcreateaknowledgebaseofstan-
dardized archival l digital objects, complete
withLibraryofCongressmetadata.Learnhow
tobuildacollection,andhostit.Makeyourfull
textsearchableoralhistoriestoFADGIguide-
lines.CaptureaudiofileswithAudacity™,use
digitalcamerasandscannerstocreatefull-text
searchable,harvestablearchiveswithTomcat™,
ResCarta™ and d jOAI. . Bring your r laptop p for
thishands-onsession.Takethefreeandopen
sourcetoolsandknowledgewithyoutocreate
agrowingandsustainablearchive.
Benefits
Thiscourseenablestheattendeeto:
• Understandthetypesofequipment,soft-
ware,andtimerequiredtoconvertana-
logobjectstodigital.
• Identifythevarioustypesofmetadata
andhowtheycanbecreated.
• Understandthedifferencebetweenadigi-
talfileandadigitalobject.
• UnderstandtheuseofOCR/AATsoftware
anditslimitations.
• Listbestpracticeformatsforlongterm
storageandreuse.
IntendedAudience:
This workshopisintendedto
berelevantto awideaudience, butwill be
particularlyrelevanttothoseculturalheritage
professionals tasked with h convertinganalog
materialstodigital.
JohnSarnowski has s more than 25 years s experi-
ence in building digital l collections. . He was
responsibleforcreating millions ofdigitalobjects
forlearnedsocieties,libraries,andmajorcorpora-
tionsasthedirectorofImagingProductsatNorth-
ernMicrographics.Projectsincluded“TheMaking
of America,” JSTOR,and Historic c Pittsburgh. He
currentlyisdirectoroftheResCartaFoundation.
ShortCoursesAt-a-Glance
8:00AM–12:15PM
T1A:TheTenCommandments
ofGoodScanner&Camera
ImagingPerformance
8:00AM–12:15PM
T2A:AnIntroductionto
DigitalArchiving
1:30–5:45PM
T2C:Archivematicaand
AtoM:OpenSource,
End-to-EndDigitalCuration
1:30–5:45PM
T3C:AutomatingAway
Drudgery:
AppleScriptSolutionsina
CaptureOne
CentricWorkflow
1:30–3:30PM
T1C:Intro.andExplanationof
theMetamorfozePres....
3:45–5:45PM
T1D:MetamorfozePreservation
ImagingGuidelines
1:30–3:30PM
T4A:Intro.to
BitCurator&BitCuratorAccess
8:00–10:00AM
T3A:ApplyingtheStandard:
ISO16363inPractice
3:45–5:45PM
T4D:DeepDiveintoIIIF
10:15AM–12:15PM
T3B:TheNatureofData
DegradationinDigitalStorage
Descriptionsforshortcoursesbeginonpage4.
Lunchproivdedforallshortcourseattendeesandinstructors.
T3A:ApplyingtheStandard:ISO16363inPractice
8:00–10:00am(2hours)
Instructor:SethAnderson,AVPreserve
The course provides an
introductory
overview of the Audit t and d Certification n of
TrustworthyDigitalRepositories(ISO16363)
standard,focusingonit'sapplicationinprac-
ticeasan assessmentand d planning tool for
organizationswithdigitalpreservationneeds
of all l type and scale. Using recent assess-
mentsascasestudies,thecourseoutlinesas-
sessmentprocesses,methodologiesforanaly-
sis, potential outcomes, and common
shortcomings of digital l preservation pro-
grams.Attendeeswillparticipateinactivities
tofurther elucidatethe contents s of thestan-
dardand simulatetheassessmentandplan-
ningexperience.
Benefits
Thiscourseenablestheattendeeto:
• Understandthebasicprinciplesofthe
ISO16363standardandrequirements
forcompliance.
• Examinetheuniquedigitalpreservation
contextofdifferenttypesoforganizations
andhowtheprinciplesandrequirements
ofISO16363applyinthesescenarios.
• Gailpracticalexperienceperformingself-
assessmentsagainstthemetricsofISO
16363,analyzingfindings,andplanning
forchangeinresponse.
IntendedAudience:
Archives professionals with
basicknowledgeofdigitalpreservationprin-
ciples and responsibilities (e.g. . OAIS S refer-
encemodel).
SethAndersonisaconsultantforAVPreserve,apreser-
vation and information management consulting g firm,
providingservicestohelporganizationsovercomethe
challenges faced in the preservation n and d access s of
movingimage,sound,text-based,andstillimagecon-
tent.Hisworkspecializesintheapplicationoforgani-
zational assessment andanalysistodeveloppolicies
andpracticeforsustainablelong-termdigitalpreserva-
tionandaccess.Hehasconsultedondigitalpreserva-
tion projects s at t a variety of organizations including
HBO,CarnegieHall,andYaleUniversity.Herecently
attendedthe first High Level TrainingCourse on ISO
16363 for Auditors andManagers providedby the
standard’sauthors.Hehasconductednumerousassess-
mentandplanningprojectsbasedonthestandard.
T4A:DigitalForensicsintheArchive:AnIntroduc-
tiontoBitCuratorandBitCuratorAccessTools
NEWTIME:1:30–3:30pm(2hours)
Updateddescriptionisbelow
Instructor:KamWoods,UniversityofNorth
CarolinaatChapelHill
Digital forensicstools andmethods cansup-
port a variety of important archival tasks.
Therearetwoneedsthatarenotaddressed
bysoftwaredesignedforthedigitalforensics
industry: incorporation n into the workflow of
archives/library ingest and collection man-
agementenvironments,andprovisionofpub-
lic access to the data. The BitCurator and
BitCurator Access projects have developed
softwarespecificallyforcollectingprofession-
alsthatincorporatesthefunctionalityofmany
opensourcedigital forensicstools. Wehave
developed the BitCurator environment and
BitCurator Access s tools, which h are e freely
availableandcanberundirectlyinLinuxor
within a a virtual l machine on other platforms
(Windowsand Mac). This coursecoversthe
basic functionality of theBitCuratorenviron-
mentandBitCuratorAccesstools.
Benefits
Thiscourseenablestheattendeeto:
• LearnhowtoruntheBitCuratorenviron-
mentinavirtualmachine.
• Exportfilesystemmetadatafromadisk
image(usingfiwalk).
• Locateandidentifypersonallyidentifying
informationwithindigitalmaterials(using
BulkExtractor).
• Automaterepetitivetasks(usingNautilus
scripts).
• Recognizeandunderstandthemaindata
elementsthataregeneratedbymany
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LosAngeles,CA
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opensourceforensicstools(using
DFXML).
• GeneratesummaryreportsofDFXML
metadatathatcanbeusedtocharacter-
izethecontentsofdisks(usingBitCurator
reportingtools).
Intended Audience:
Information professionals
whoareresponsibleforacquiringortransfer-
ring collections of digital l materials, , particu-
larly those e that are received d on n removable
media.
Kam Woodsisa a researchscientist t in the School of
Information and Library Science e at the University y of
North Carolina at t Chapel Hill. He e is the e technical
leadonthe BitCurator Accessproject, fundedbythe
Andrew W. MellonFoundation.Hisresearchfocuses
on long-term preservation of f born-digital materials,
with a focus on approaches that combine technolo-
gies and d expertise in n archiving, computer r science,
anddigitalforensicstoenableandmaintainaccessto
digitalobjectsthatareatriskduetoobsolescence.
T3B:TheNatureofDataDegradationinDigital
Storage
10:15am–12:15pm(2hours)
Instructor:BarryLunt,BrighamYoungUniversity
Thoseresponsiblefor archiving g digital data
should be e aware of the physical nature of
digital data and how itdegrades withtime
forallformsofdigitaldatastorage,including
hard-disk drives, solid-state storage (SSDs
andmemorysticks), opticaldiscs,andmag-
netictape. Knowing thefundamental nature
ofdatacanhelpinalllevelsofarchivaldeci-
sions, including g purchasing, , management,
maintenance,and obsolescence. Thecourse
alsocoverstheparametersusedtocharacter-
izeall oftoday’sstorageoptions, providing
an understanding g of whattheseparameters
meanintermsthatareusefultoarchivists.
Benefits
Thiscourseenablestheattendeeto:
• Summarizethevariousstoragetechnolo-
giesavailabletoday.
• Understandthephysicalwaysinwhich
dataisstoredandhowitdegradeswith
time.
• Understandthenatureofdigitalerrors
andtheirimpactondataread-back.
• Describethefailuremechanismsforall
typesofdigitalmediaavailabletoday,
andhowthesefailuremechanismsimpact
archivalstorage.
• Comparetoday’sdigitalstorageoptions
fromanarchivist’sperspective.
IntendedAudience:
Peopleinterestedinknowing
theiroptionsforstoringdigitaldataandhow
those options s compare for longevity of f the
data.Thiswouldincludeanyoneresponsible
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May19-22,2015
LosAngeles,CA
formakingtechnologydecisionsindatastor-
age. Assumed education n level l is a back-
ground inarchiving ordata storage e and d 3
years of experience, , or r a 4-year r college
degree.
BarryM.LuntisafullprofessorofInformationTechnol-
ogyatBYU.Hehastaughtfor27yearsandworked
forsevenasadesignengineerwithIBM.Hisresearch
hasdevelopedtheM-Discforpermanentdigitaldata
storage.HehaseightUSpatents,17patentsapplied
for,andhaspublishedmorethan70papersandtwo
books.HehasaBSinelectronics,anMSinmanufac-
turingandelectronics,andaPhDineducation.
T1C:IntroductionandExplanationoftheMeta-
morfozePreservationImagingGuidelines,Version
1.0,2012.
1:30–3:30pm(2-hours)
Instructor:HansvanDormolen,Hansvan
DormolenImaging&PreservationImaging
Inthiscoursethewhat,why,andhowofthe
Metamorfoze guidelines s will l be e explained.
Also the e technical criteria and their r toler-
ances willbeexplained inaneasy,compre-
hensibleway.
TousetheMetamorfozeguidelinesindig-
itizationprojectstheentirework flowhasto
beorganized according tothespecs. Scan-
nersand cameras havetobetuned accord-
ingtothespecs,technicaltargetshavetobe
acquired, thedaily use e of technical l targets
hastobeimplementedinthedailyuseand
handlingbyoperatorsandphotographers.A
quality management t team m or r system m has to
beorganizedtocheckthedigitalimageson
aregularbase.Tostartworkingaccordingto
thespecsrequiresaninvestmentoftimeand
money,whichis rapidlypaidback by aro-
bust, reliable, , predictable, , and d repeatable
productionofdigitalsimages. Tobeableto
makethis investmentandtodealwithunex-
pectedsetbacks,broadanddeepsupportof
managementisneeded.
Benefits
Thiscourseenablestheattendeeto:
• UnderstandtheMetamorfozeGuidelines.
• Learnitscriteria,tolerancesandtechnical
testchartsinaneasycomprehensible
way.
Intended Audience:
Managers, photographers,
operatorsand othersfrom archives,libraries
and museums who areinvolved in n digitiza-
tionprojectswishingtolearnmoreaboutthe
Metamorfoze Preservation n Imaging Guide-
linesanditsworkflow.
Hans van Dormolen is the founder of Hans van
Dormolen Imaging& & Preservation n Imaging (HIP). . He
worksasanimagingconsultantintheculturalheritage
community and at KB, , the National Library y of the
Netherlands. He e is the author of the Metamorfoze
Preservation ImagingGuidelines and author and co-
authorofseveralotherMetamorfozeguidelines.Hans
isamemberofISOTC42JWG26,CIEArchivalCol-
or TC08 and IS&T. . He received an n IS&T Service
Award forhiswork k inobjectivecapturepracticesfor
culturalheritageimagingin2014.
T2C:ArchivematicaandAtoM:OpenSource,End-
to-EndDigitalCuration
1:30–5:45pm(4hours)
Instructor:CourtneyMumma,ArtefactualSystems
Archivematicadigitalpreservationsystemand
Access to Memory (AtoM) content manage-
mentsystemaretwoweb-based,open-source
options formanaging digitalcontentfrom in-
gesttopreservationandaccess.Thisworkshop
will offerthe e opportunity to look insideboth
systemsandaddresswaystheycouldaddress
diverseworkflowsforborn-digitalrecords,dig-
itized content, forensic images, and research
data.Usersinteractwiththesimpleweb-based
dashboardinterfaces,allowingtheapplication
ofvarioustoolsandcommandsthatotherwise
wouldhavetoberunindividually.Wewillalso
lookatexamplesofhowinstitutionsalloverthe
worldareusingbothsystems,togetherandin-
tegratedwithothersystems.
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