Caroline Kimbell – Commercial Licensing at the UK National Archives: protecting services in times of austerity

As part of the Digital Curation Institute’s Lecture Series 2014, on March 24 guest speaker Caroline Kimbell gave the third DCI lecture 2014. Abstract (preliminary): The UK National Archives has taken a 25% cut in public funding since 2009. Although some jobs were lost and opening hours reduced from 6 to 5 days per week […]

Curation Forensicated: Caring for Born-Digital Materials at Multiple Levels of Representation

As part of the Digital Curation Institute’s Lecture Series 2014, on January 20 guest speaker Christopher (Cal) Lee gave the first DCI lecture 2014 and held a hands-on workshop. Materials with cultural, administrative, scholarly and personal value are increasingly “born digital.” Collecting institutions —libraries, archives and museums (LAMs)—have unprecedented opportunities to acquire and preserve traces […]