University of Arizona Software Preservation Interest Group

Contributors:
  1. Ken S. McAllister
  2. Judd Ruggill
Affiliated institutions: University of Arizona

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Description: The UA-SPIG will aggregate relevant and interested stakeholders and act as a local nexus for software preservation interest and activity at UA and in the local community. The UA-SPIG will be the central driver for illuminating challenges and forming recommendations related to addressing specific preservation-related objectives. Initially, the group’s goal will be to provide guidance and expertise geared toward expanding the LGIRA’s effectiveness in video game preservation and harmonizing “preservation through use” and emulation-based preservation workflows. Through its members, the UA- SPIG will also work to champion software preservation in each member’s respective community and highlight the importance of software preservation in other scenarios (e.g., preserving student work, considering preservation issues in policy and decision-making). This space serves a a place to collect the notes and other materials from the UA SPIG.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

Wiki

UA SPIG on the Learning Games Initiative Research Archive site The UA SPIG Running Meeting Notes is editable by anyone in the group. It contains meeting agendas and notes. An archived version of the notes and materials for each meeting is in the Meetings Archive component on the right. Members

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  • Meetings Archive

    Rios, Lassere, McAllister & 1 more
    Archived meeting materials. See the main project for the most recent notes

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  • Born-Digital Media Preservation Seminar

    Seminar on Born-digital Media Preservation. Focusing on the use of emulation technology for preserving digital media. Tuesday, November 19th, 2019. Th...

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