Born digital archives
In my past life, I worked as a digital archivist, focusing on managing born digital collections. Links to some of the past projects I’ve participated in follow.
AIMS (“Born Digital Collections: An Inter-Institutional Model for Stewardship (AIMS)”)
An Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded project, with University of Virginia, Yale University, Stanford University, and University of Hull collaborating on an inter-institutional framework for stewarding electronic records in collecting repositories.
- AIMS Project Site
- AIMS White Paper
- Born Digital Archives (project blog)
- Hypatia, a prototype application to support accessioning, arrangement, description, delivery and long term preservation of born digital collections using Hydra and Fedora
- Symposia and workshops organized by AIMS project
Digital forensics and archives
- BitCurator: I served as a project advisor for both the BitCurator and BitCurator NLP grant projects.
- Fiwalk plugins
- A dfxml gem for Ruby, to aid parsing Digital Forensics XML
- Gumshoe, a Blacklight (Rails+Solr) interface to index/present/search metadata and content extracted from disk images