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P9. Assessing the Impact of Digital POWRR Digital Preservation Institutes

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Description: The Digital POWRR Project began in 2012 as an Institute of Museum and Library Services(IMLS) funded study to explore the creation of pragmatic digital preservation solutions at under-funded and smaller institutions. The proposed poster will outline the third phase of the Digital POWRR project, providing an overview of the curriculum, as well as provide an interpretive analysis of all the crucial evaluative data gathered thus far. Participants completed comprehensive evaluations at Institute events, and were also contacted for follow-ups at predefined intervals following their attendance. Institute attendees also created their own self-assessment document called the POWRR Plan that allowed them to put the knowledge gained at the Institute towards planning a discrete and achievable preservation project at their place of employment. Institute instructors are able to assess progress on individual POWRR Plans as well, provided that attendees continue populating their plans.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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