AK Digital Stewardship Intensive: Part One: Foundations, What You Need to Know Before Beginning Digital Projects
Beginning in January 2019, the Alaska State Library, Archive and Museum staff will be coordinating an Alaska Digital Stewardship Training Intensive training that is free and open to any staff or volunteer working in a collecting institution, such as a library, archive or museum.
Participants of the Alaska Digital Stewardship Intensive will have sixteen weeks to work through four modules of the Sustainable Heritage Network's Digital Stewardship Curriculum created by the Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation at Washington State University. Participants will also be invited to attend a series of virtual lectures and discussions led by experienced facilitators from Alaska.
During this webinar, participants of the Alaska Digital Stewardship Intensive will be provided working definitions for accessioning, digitization, born digital, digital preservation, and metadata. The webinar will also cover the following:
- Types of collections
- Core polices
Guest Presenter: Anjuli Grantham, Curator of Statewide Services, Alaska State Museum
A person with a disability who needs accommodation for this event may contact Julie Niederhauser, 907-465-2916 or firstname.lastname@example.org a week in advance to make any necessary arrangements.
For more information about the Alaska Digital Stewardship Intensive visit https://lam.alaska.gov/professional_library_development/digitization_training
- Tuesday, January 15, 2019
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Online webinar