The Complete Guide to Personal Digital Archiving

Nov 2017 | 304pp

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The Complete Guide to Personal Digital Archiving

Edited by Brianna H. Marshall

The Complete Guide to Personal Digital Archiving helps to break down archival concepts and best practices into teachable solutions. Whether it’s a researcher needing to cull their most important email correspondence, or an empty-nester transferring home movies and photographs to more easily shared and mixed digital formats, this book will show you how to offer assistance.

The book offers:

  • explanations of common terms in plain language
  • quick, non-technical solutions to the most frequent user requests
  • guidance on how to archive Facebook posts, baby announcements,weddings, and other life events
  • methods for capturing analog video from obsolete physical carriers, like MiniDV
  • proven workflows for public facing transfer stations
  • ways to help seniors plan digital estates as heirlooms and memory objects
  • a look at the 3-2-1 approach to backing up files
  • perspective on balancing core library values with the business goals of Google, Amazon, Facebook, and other dominant platforms
  • additional resources and bibliographies for digging deep.

Featuring expert contributors working in a variety of contexts, this resource will help you help your users take charge of their personal materials.

Preface

Introduction: Putting Personal Digital Archives in ContextChelsea Gunn

PART I: LEARNING ABOUT PERSONAL DIGITAL ARCHIVES BEST PRACTICES

1. Archiving Digital PhotographsSarah Severson

2. Archiving Social Media Melody Condron

3. Archiving Web ContentCameron Cook

4. Archiving Audiovisual MaterialsYvonne Ng

5. Assess, Annotate, Export: Quick Recipes for Archiving Your Personal Digital Life Jamie Wittenberg and Celia Emmelhainz

PART II: PERSONAL DIGITAL ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY AUDIENCES

6. The Washington, DC Public Library’s Memory Lab: A Case StudyJaime Mears

7. Digitizing Memories and Teaching Information Literacy in Queens, NY Natalie Milbrodt and Maggie Schreiner

8. Community-Based Digital Archiving: The Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal at Washington State University –  Lotus Norton-Wisla and Michael Wynne

PART III : PERSONAL DIGITAL ARCHIVES AND ACADEMIC AUDIENCES

9. Personal Digital Archives Programming at Liberal Arts CollegesAmy Bocko, Joanna Dipasquale, Rachel Appel, and Sarah Walden Mcgowan

10. Supporting Artists’ Personal ArchivesColin Post

11. Personal Digital Archiving as a Bridge to Research Data Management Sara Mannheimer and Ryer Banta

PART IV: SOCIAL AND ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF PERSONAL DIGITAL ARCHIVES

12. Avoiding a Gambit for Our Personal ArchivesMatt Schultz

13. Digital Photos, Embedded Metadata, and Personal PrivacyIsaiah Beard

14. Black Folk Magic: An Autoethnography of Digitally Archiving Black Millennialhood –  Camille Thomas

15. Absent Others: Contemporary Mourning and Digital Estates Angela Galvan

About the Contributors

Index

Brianna H. Marshall is Director of Research Services at the University of California, Riverside. Previously, she was digital curation coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She holds master of library science and master of information science degrees from the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing.

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