Author Archives: Kari R. Smith

About Kari R. Smith

Kari is Digital Archivist at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Libraries. She is also a senior instructor of the Digital Preservation Management Workshops series.

Explaining Digital Forensics for Collecting Institutions

As a Charter Member of the BitCurator Consortium, the MIT Libraries in involved in outreach and education about how digital forensics can be used for understanding digital material and making it accessible.  As a collecting repository, the Institute Archives and … Continue reading

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Presenting Digital Archives and Preservation Tools and Systems!

In an effort to inform my colleagues and keep myself up to date about the tools and systems we are using or assessing for our digital archives collections I have been giving open presentations to MIT LIbraries staff. The first … Continue reading

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Resources for archiving your personal digital data

Today I had the pleasure of contributing to the Radio Boston program, hosted by Meghna Chakrabarti and with Bina Venkataraman as her guest. For information about how to preserve your digital data follow-up with these resources: Personal Archiving at the Library … Continue reading

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