About this blogEngineering the Future of the Past shares information on what the MIT Institute Archives is doing about acquiring and managing born-digital and digitized collections.
Kari R. Smith, Digital Archivist [smithkr [at] mit.edu] is the primary Blog author.
Tag Archives: digital archives
In addition to the work we are doing here at the MIT Libraries, we are also engaged with the global community of archivist and preservation folks developing open source tools for digital archives, digital forensics, and digital preservation. Here are … Continue reading
In October we welcomed Jessica Venlet to the Institute Archives as our two-year Library Fellow for Digital Archives [see prior post]. Since joining us, she has been learning about the MIT Libraries by meeting with staff from across the departments, … Continue reading
In the last blog post, I described the process and data flow for digital archives using the PAIMAS and OAIS roles, responsibilities, and a few of the functions. Since that diagram, I have received feedback from MIT colleagues and have … Continue reading