2013 Conference


How to Assess and Communicate your Digital Value at Risk: An Introduction to the Digital Value at Risk (DVAR) Calculator, by Mike Thuman, Tessella

It’s All About the Metadata, by Mark Evans, Tessella (substituting for Mark Myers, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives)

Collaborating with Your IT Department, by Yvonne Christensen, Davis County, Utah

Distributed Succession Planning, by Jenny Mundy, Multnomah County, Oregon, Records Management and Archives

Alternative Data Storage: Adventures in QR Codes, Microfilm, and M-Discs, by Elizabeth Perkes, Utah State Archives

Microfilm’s important role in a digital world for the preservation and restoration of archival records, by Jerry Handfield, Eastman Park Micrographics, Inc.

Getting bits off disks: Using open source tools to stabilize and prepare born digital materials for long-term preservation, Sam Meister, University of Montana

Practical Approaches to Digital Records Processing, by Lisa Schmidt, Michigan State University

Making America’s Laws Available Now and in the Future, by Margaret Maes, Legal Information Preservation Alliance, Ken Hansen, Utah Division of Administrative Rules, and Ray Matthews, Utah State Library

Moving forward: Seeking sustainable funding for a state archives electronic records repository, by Linda Reib, Arizona State Library

Talking to Stakeholders about Electronic Records, by Kristopher Stenson, Illinois State Archives, and Barbara Teague, Kentucky Department for Libaries and Archives

Program for Electronic Records Training, Tools, and Standards (PERTTS): Update on the Council of State Archivists State Electronic Records Initiative, by Carol Kussman, Council of State Archivists

2014 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship, by Butch Lazorchak, Library of Congress

Long Time Comin’: Accessing the Email of Virginia Governor Tim Kaine’s Administration, by Roger Christman and Susan Gray Page, Library of Virginia

Gmail: Harvesting and Ingesting Executive Director Data, by Elizabeth Perkes, Utah State Archives

Make Access Happen: Help the National Archives Rethink Electronic Recordkeeping!, by Meg Phillips, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration

Video in the Age of YouTube, by Kelly Eubank, State Archives of North Carolina

Developing a preservation process and system for digitized historical collections and electronic corporate records, by Rick Laxman, Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Automated or Nothing: Large Textual projects in CONTENTdm, by Gina Strack, Utah State Archives

Digitization and Remote Indexing, by June Timmons, Washington State Archives

How collaboration can save [more of] the web: recent progress in collaborative web archiving initiatives, by Scott Reed, Internet Archive, and Anna Perricci, Columbia University

“We’re Crawling as Fast as We Can!” Web Capture in Response to Unexpected Developments, by Bonnie Weddle, New York State Archives

Keynote Address by Milt Shefter, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, including YouTube clip “VJ Day. The Bravest Generation Celebrates

Cruising the Digital Highway: the Highway 89 Digital Collection Collaboration, by Liz Woolcott, Clint Pumphrey, and Dustin Olson, Utah State University; and Paula Mitchell, Southern Utah University

Communities & Natural Resources: Bringing it all together with Oregon Explorer, by Ruth Vondracek, Oregon State University

Learning on the Fly: Large-scale Audio Digitization at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, by Laura Saegert and Jelain Chubb, Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Social Media Preservation: Collaboration, Technology, and Public Records, by Rachel Trent, State Archives of North Carolina

Exposing missing links: from CONTENTdm digital collections metadata to the Linked Data cloud, by Silvia Southwick, University of Nevada Las Vegas

Managing Digital Workflows at High Volumes, by Joshua Harman, Ancestry.com
Preserving Petabytes of our Past, by Jason Pierson, FamilySearch

Film Workshop for Students and Independent Filmmakers, by Milt Shefter, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences