Category Archive: presentation

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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May 02 2014

Post-workshop question: How to quantify projected data growth

An illustration of the rapid growth rate of data with storage growth trends following

In response to a question from her supervisor, a recent workshop participant asked how to guesstimate the amount – in numbers – of data she would need to store per week.

My reply was that it’s hard to estimate amounts of new material you might need to store in the future until you decide what …

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Dec 11 2013

ANADP II Part 10: Closing Plenary by Adam Farquhar

Trends and Impact

Farquhar’s (British Library) work has 3 strands: BL team, Planets project, Open PLANETS foundation

  • High-value tech & practitioner exchange, Sustainability New CEO (Ed Fahey)
  • Dataset/Datasite (BL): Research infrastructure & capacity
  • Digital Scholarship: new services, use digital content in new ways.

On to the meeting:

Intellectual honesty is our frame! (Follow the IIPC …

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Dec 04 2013

ANADP II: The Lost Poster

ANADP II Poster: Digital POWRR

Here it is, in all of its glory. Thanks to Sarah Fraser, our intrepid Grad Assistant, who did the layout and design. She did an excellent job, and it was a shame that our colleagues didn’t get to see it.

Oct 04 2013

4 Ds and an M

A long sentence into a mathematical equation that resonates.

I gave a 45 minute presentation on digital preservation to about 50 faculty and administrators on my campus recently. When running into some of them since then, the thing that’s proven to be memorable is a mathematical description I created for DP and shortened to “4 Ds and 1 M.”

In preparation for my talk …

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