Down the Rabbit Hole: Data Normalization, Migrations and Access within a Digital Preservation Framework

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Description: Presentation slides and transcript from 2016 DLF Forum, held in Milwaukee, WI from November 7-9. Talk was given on Monday November 7th, presented by Dan Noonan and Darnelle Melvin.


This presentation addresses data wrangling efforts, the creation of workflows, and the challenges encountered while preparing resources for migration. A review of the de-duplication efforts, development of a collection assessment tool and its implementation, and techniques to transform, normalizes, and link metadata to the accompanying digital resources will be discussed.


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