NDSA Innovation Award Winners Announced

 

The National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) has announced the winners of its innaugural NDSA Innovation Awards. The Annual Innovation Awards were established by the NDSA to recognize and encourage innovation in the field of digital preservation stewardship. These awards highlight and commend creative individuals, projects, organizations, and future stewards demonstrating originality and excellence in their contributions to the field of digital preservation. The program is administered by a committee drawn from members of the NDSA Innovation Working Group.

METRO was very pleased that one of the individual award winners was a member of the NYC LIS community, Dr. Anthony Cocciolo, Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute. Anthony was recognized specifically for his work partnering classes with archival institutions to work on the digitization and digital preservation of analog audio collections. On behalf of the METRO community we congratulate Anthony, who has also been an instructor at several past METRO workshops. 

To read about all of the award winners, please see:

http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2012/06/announcing-five-ndsa-innovation-award-winners/

Note: METRO is an organizational member of the NDSA, which  was launched in July 2010 as an initiative of the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program. The mission of the NDSA is to establish, maintain, and advance the capacity to preserve our nation's digital resources for the benefit of present and future generations. The work of NDSA is organized by five working groups and lead by an elected Coordinating Committee. The Library of Congress acts as the secretariat of NDSA and provides program support.