Speaker Lori Donovan, Michael Shallcross, Dallas Pillen, Sumitra Duncan
Lori Donovan is the Senior Program Manager for Archive-It. Lori works with partners and the engineering team to develop the Archive-It service so that it continues to meet the needs of memory institutions. Lori also does extensive web archiving outreach and education within the cultural heritage community. Dallas Pillen is ...
Lori Donovan is the Senior Program Manager for Archive-It. Lori works with partners and the engineering team to develop the Archive-It service so that it continues to meet the needs of memory institutions. Lori also does extensive web archiving outreach and education within the cultural heritage community.
Dallas Pillen is Assistant Archivist for Metadata and Digital Projects at the University of Michigan's Bentley Historical Library, where he has primarily been involved with the Bentley's ArchivesSpace-Archivematica-DSpace Workflow Integration project, its web archiving program, and related metadata and digital projects.
Mike Shallcross is the Assistant Director for Curation at the Bentley Historical Library and an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Michigan School of Information. He is currently the PI for the Bentley's ArchivesSpace-Archivematica-DSpace Workflow Integration project and oversees the library’s digitization program, conservation unit, and processing operations for digital, analog, and physical materials.
Sumitra Duncan is the Web Archiving Coordinator at the Frick Art Reference Library. In this role, she manages the web archiving program of the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC), which consists of the research libraries of The Frick Art Reference Library, The Museum of Modern Art, and The Brooklyn Museum. She serves as the co-chair of the Web Archiving Special Interest Group (SIG) at METRO and the Archive-It New York Users Group. Sumitra holds a BA in English Literature from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MS in Library and Information Science from Pratt Institute.
In this second session in our four-part series of webinars covering current topics in web archiving, we welcome Lori Donovan from Internet Archive and Mike Shallcross from University of Michigan’s Bentley Historical Library. Lori and Mike will share their insights on building a web archiving program from the ground up.
This webinar will touch base on the following concepts:
- collection development policies
- working with a variety of media types
- crawling vs. manual capture
For an overview of web archiving concepts, please be sure to check out Part 1 of this series. Information about the third and fourth webinars in this series (covering description & access and practical advice for getting started with web archiving, respectively) is forthcoming. Stay tuned!
Tickets for this webinar are $5 for METRO Members, myMETRO Members, and ESLN Members. The Non-Member rate is $10. Register for three webinars in our web archiving series and receive free registration for the fourth.
This webinar series was developed in conjuction with METRO's Web Archiving Interest Group.
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