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Teaching students about information management

At this year’s Personal Digital Archiving conference, I met Mike Ashenfelder from the Library of Congress’ Digital Preservation Office.  Mike’s presentation on educating users about personal archiving was inspiring.  It gave me so many ideas for my own work, and as a result, I’m doing two presentations (for public and school librarians) in the coming months on […]

Personal Digital Archiving 2012

I am back from my second year at the Personal Digital Archiving conference—it didn’t disappoint! I participated in a series of presentations with Laura Gurak and John Butler from the University of Minnesota, Smiljana Antonijevic from the Royal Academy of Netherlands, and Cal Lee from UNC-Chapel Hill.  The title of our shared session was, “What’s […]

Personal Digital Archiving 2011

At the 2011 Personal Digital Archiving conference, Scott McDonald and I presented our model for managing faculty’s digital intellectual workflow. (see below) The model to the left (also included in the presentation linked above) envisions the ideal faculty workflow, in which articles, books and other resources are seamlessly found, collected, used, cited and shared, with […]

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