Category Archives: Digital Preservation

Managing Research Data at Tufts University: An NDSR Project Update

The following is a guest post by Samantha DeWitt, National Digital Stewardship Resident at Tufts University. Hello readers and a happy winter solstice from Medford, Massachusetts. It’s hard to believe I am already in my third month of the National … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014 on The Signal

We’re fans of lists here at the Library of Congress and there is no better way to close out the year on The Signal than taking a look back at our popular blog posts of the year. Happy new year. … Continue reading

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Unlocking the Imagery of 500 Years of Books

The following is a guest post by Kalev H. Leetaru of Georgetown University (Former), Robert Miller of Internet Archive and David A. Shamma from Yahoo Labs/Flickr. In 1994, linguist Geoff Nunberg stated, in an article in the journal “Representations,” “reading … Continue reading

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