Alyse Dunavant-Jones is interested in archives and preservation and digital curation. Before pursuing a Master's degree in Library and Information Science at the San José State University School of Information, she worked in public libraries for seven years. Dunavant-Jones is part of the VCARA and SLA student groups and is active in virtual world librarianship. She is also the iSchool CASA-SAC representative and has served as a GRA for the InterPARES Trust project. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Writing with an IT minor.
Webcasts by Category: Archives and Preservation
International Archives Day: Lessons Learned while Gathering Data for the International Directory of National Archives
IDNA Program Coordinator for the Spring 2017 Semester
Friday, June 09, 2017
Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Pacific Time
Location: Online using Collaborate
iSchool students share experiences as researchers for the International Directory of National Archives, edited by Dr. Pat Franks and Dr. Anthony Bernier. IDNA will serve archivists, historians, and researchers with information about 198 national archives. Slated for publication in 2018, IDNA has allowed iSchool students and alumni to conduct research on how nations manage and preserve their documentary heritage and to contribute to a work that will share their findings with a wide audience.
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Heather Kohles holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Photography from the University of Nevada, Reno. After leaving the forensic science community, Kohles pursued the Master of Archives and Records Administration degree at the San José State University School of Information, graduating in May of 2017. In her previous career, she was avidly involved with ISO accreditation, quality assurance, and policy creation.
Kathryn (Kate) Eminhizer holds a Bachelor's degree in Public History from Empire State College. She is currently a library technician at a military community library. Her work in libraries, museums, and elementary schools extends for more than 10 years. She served in both the U.S. Army Reserves and the PA National Guard. Her interest lies in archives and the preservation of cultural heritage. Eminhizer is currently enrolled in the Master of Library and Information Science degree program at the San José State University School of Information.
Stanford University -- LOCKSS Program
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Pacific Time
Location: Online via Collaborate
Digital preservation is a "must-have" function for every library who purchases digital content. A digital preservation system extends the model of print journals and books on the shelf to digital media. It ensures that a library continues to have access to their digital assets even after a subscription is canceled or the publisher discontinues access. Setting up a digital preservation system is surprisingly easy. The key is ensuring that you buy perpetual access to your content, and that your content providers support the digital preservation system that you choose. This talk introduces you to digital preservation systems, discusses preservation strategies and pitfalls, and shows you how to give library users access to preserved content.
Philip Gust is with the Stanford University Libraries LOCKSS Program (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe). His focus is integrating digital preservation into libraries, and making preserved content useful to librarians and library users. He developed the LOCKSS metadata management system, the OpenURL resolver, and integrations with link resolvers and citation managers. He was on the founding team of several start-ups, and led R&D teams at several major companies. Philip previously taught Computer Science at the University of Arizona. His primary interests are human-computer interaction, distributed systems, and collaborative computing. He is the 2013 President of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Special Libraries Association, a Senior Member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and a Senior Life Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).