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401. Workflows


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Category: Communication

Description: The four papers in Session 401 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Worflows for digital preservation with examples of good practice and innovation. Session chair: Jaime Schumacher.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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  • 401.1 Between creators and keepers: How HNI builds its digital archive

    In 2017 Het Nieuwe Instituut (HNI) – Dutch agency for architecture, design and digital culture started a research project leading to the implementatio...

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  • 401.2 Revamping the "Difficult (Potentially)" but "Mostly Good" and "Pretty Smooth" Removable Media Workflow at the Bentley Historical Library

    Eckard & Hagen
    Archivists at the University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library recently concluded a project to review and initiate improvements to our five-year-...

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  • 401.3 Data Recovery and Investigation from 8-inch Floppy Disk Media: Three Use Cases

    Adams, Roche & Sampson
    Significant progress and guidance has been produced in data recovery for 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch floppy disks, but similar recovery steps for 8-inch fl...

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  • 401.4 Email Preservation at Scale: Preliminary Findings Supporting the Use of Predictive Coding

    Kaczmarek & West
    Email provides a rich history of an organization yet poses unique challenges to archivists. It is difficult to acquire and process due to sensitive co...

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