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Minitex News articles tagged with "Digital Preservation" (30):

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Spring Minitex course offered: Digital Project Skills

Apr 22, 2022

Are you planning a digital project/program at your organization, but unsure where to begin? Attend this virtual course to learn about digital imaging (scanning), metadata standards and best practices, and how to protect and preserve the content you've digitized. This 2-part virtual course will take place on May 19th and May 24th.
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Preservation Week logo with a book protected against rain, April 24-30, 2022, Preservationweek.org

Celebrate Preservation Week 2022

Apr 7, 2022

The April 24-30 Preservation Week theme is "Preservation in the Face of Climate Change" and will highlight the effects of climate change on our shared cultural heritage materials. During Preservation Week, libraries, museums, institutions, and communities are urged to examine the effects on collections and their keepers, as well as resiliency strategies. 
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Join us for a Digital Preservation Open Office Hour

Dec 1, 2021

The Minnesota Digital Library is hosting a Digital Preservation Open Office Hour on Tuesday, December 7th, at 11 am.
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Last chance to register for Minitex introductory course on digital preservation

Apr 23, 2021

Registration ends on Monday, April 26th for the Minitex introduction to digital preservation virtual course. Carol Kussmann (University of Minnesota Libraries) and Sara Ring (Minitex) will introduce fundamental concepts for managing and preserving your digital content over time. The course will take place in two parts, on April 27th and May 4, with optional office hours on May 11th.
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Minitex course on preserving digital content offered

Apr 5, 2021

While many of the traditional resources found in libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural heritage institutions--books, photographs, objects--can survive for years with no intervention, digital content is much more fragile. Managing it requires ongoing care and preservation activities to ensure continued access far into the future. Join Carol Kussmann (University of Minnesota Libraries) and Sara Ring (Minitex) as they present this two-part virtual course between April 27th - May 11th.
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New Minitex course offered: Digital Project Skills

Feb 24, 2021

Are you planning a digital project/program at your organization, but unsure where to begin? Attend this virtual course to learn about digital imaging (scanning), metadata standards and best practices, and how to protect and preserve the content you've digitized. This 2-part virtual course will take place on March 30th and April 1st.
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Resource highlight: The Toolkit

Feb 6, 2020

From our neighbors in Wisconsin, check out a new series via the Recollection Wisconsin blog: The ToolkitThe Toolkit is a monthly series that highlights tools and resources for creating and managing digital collections.

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NDSA announces the Levels of Digital Preservation 2.0

Nov 5, 2019

After over a year of hard work, the Levels of Digital Preservation Working group announces the Levels of Digital Preservation 2.0! In 2018 the NDSA sent out a call to the larger digital preservation community asking for interest in updating the Levels of Preservation. Response was high – 125 individuals responded! NDSA then convened the Levels of Preservation Working group, which divided up into subgroups to tackle the many areas the community wanted to see addressed in a Levels Reboot.

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Request for feedback on NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation guidelines

Feb 8, 2019

The National Digital Stewardship Alliance launched its Levels of Digital Preservation guidelines in 2013 as a set of recommendations for how organizations can begin to build or enhance their

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Minitex introduction to digital preservation virtual course offered

Dec 19, 2018

While many of the traditional resources found in libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural heritage institutions--books, photographs, objects--can survive for years with no intervention, digital content is much more fragile. Managing it requires ongoing care and preservation activities to ensure continued access far into the future. This online training series--based on the Library of Congress Digital Preservation Outreach and Education (DPOE) Program curriculum--introduces fundamental concepts for managing your digital content over time through a series of six modules delivered in three sessions.