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 and project manager of the Digital Preservation Management Workshops series.

How Practicing Professionals can get Hands-on Experience

One of the frequent questions I am asked is about how to keep up to date and where to get hands-on experience with digital archives and digital curation. In June, I was invited to talk at the Lyrasis Town Hall … Continue reading

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Document Security and Access to Memory

For Preservation Week here at MIT Libraries, the Curation and Preservation Services department hosted several activities.  One of these was a series of three presentations on document security. Michael Halsall, Senior Network and Information Security Analyst at MIT talked of document … Continue reading

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We’re Hiring! MIT Library Fellow for Digital Archives

We’re excited to announce our call for applications for a two-year position at the MIT Libraries for a Digital Archives Fellow. Reporting to the Digital Archivist, the activities of this position will expand and build upon already established foundations of … Continue reading

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