Stacey

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Name: Stacey Erdman
Date registered: September 24, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Slack off with Digital POWRR! — August 5, 2016
  2. 2015 NDSA Innovation Awards — October 15, 2015
  3. For Those About to Preserve….We Salute You!* — October 17, 2014
  4. A Cry From the Trenches: Fighting the Ongoing War with Digital Obsolescence One Day at a Time — March 4, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. A Cry From the Trenches: Fighting the Ongoing War with Digital Obsolescence One Day at a Time — 6 comments
  2. For Those About to Preserve….We Salute You!* — 2 comments
  3. 2015 NDSA Innovation Awards — 1 comment
  4. Slack off with Digital POWRR! — 1 comment

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Aug 05 2016

Slack off with Digital POWRR!

We have been really busy this year taking our workshop on the road and meeting so many wonderful folks. We’ve been looking for the best way to stay in touch with you, as well as add new insightful voices to the conversation. In this quest to find a suitable platform for keeping in touch we ran …

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Oct 15 2015

2015 NDSA Innovation Awards

The National Digital Stewardship Alliance’s Innovation Working Group has announced their slate of 2015 NDSA Innovation Award winners. We are incredibly pleased and humbled to announce that the Digital POWRR team has been selected as one of the winners of this great honor.

The Innovation Awards “highlight and commend creative individuals, projects, organizations, and future stewards …

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Oct 17 2014

For Those About to Preserve….We Salute You!*

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I was honored to be able to represent the Digital POWRR project at iPres 2014, the 11th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects. iPres was held in at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia from October 6-10, 2014, and brought together leaders in the field of digital preservation …

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Mar 04 2013

A Cry From the Trenches: Fighting the Ongoing War with Digital Obsolescence One Day at a Time

I’ve lost track of how many “OH CRAP!” moments I have experienced in my short career. As the Digital Collections Curator at Northern Illinois University, I have seen some pretty gnarly (digital) things. Things that have really hammered home for me the importance of the research work we are doing on the Digital POWRR project.

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