MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, April 15, 2014, 12:30 pm
Residents from the National Digital Stewardship Residency cohort in Washington, D.C. presented on the digital stewardship projects they are engaged in at their host institutions. Margo Padilla, resident at MITH, presented her work on developing access models for born-digital collections. Molly Schwartz discussed her project to make digital resources accessible in research libraries and the development of the Accessibility Toolkit for the Association of Research Libraries. Erica Titkemeyer talked about her work at the Smithsonian Institution Archives, identifying the digital curation requirements of time‐based media art. And Lauren Work discussed the evaluation of at‐risk media to support digitization initiatives at PBS.