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{ Let's Get Digital! }
A Symposium of Workshops and Panels, hosted by NDSR-NY
#getdigital2016
For more event info, visit http://ndsr.nycdigital.org/ndsrsymposium/
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Time BlockDescriptionSpeaker(s)Laptop Helpful?Tools/Applications/Programs
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8:15am-9:00amRegistration
Breakfast and refreshments will be served
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9:00am-9:15amWelcome Address: Advocating for Digital Preservation at Your InstitutionMargo Padilla
NDSR-NY Program Director, METRO
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9:15am-10:00pmFrom Planning to Preservation: Method & Madness
From creating, implementing, and maintaining a Records Retention Schedule to comparing and selecting digital repository options, this session will examine digital records management and preservation and end with a discussion on realistic approaches and challenges within digital preservation policy planning.
Carmel Curtis
NDSR, Brooklyn Academy of Music

Genevieve Havemeyer-King
NDSR, Wildlife Conservation Society
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10:00 - 11:30Grant Workshop
This workshop will provide tips on how to search for and write an effective grant application within a digital preservation framework.
Dr. Rachel Mattson
Manager of Special Projects, La MaMa Archives

Poorna Swami
Development Associate, La MaMa
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11:30pm-1pmLunch
Please note, lunch will not be provided. A list of recommended off-site lunch spots in the area will be made available to participants.
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1:15pm-2pmGet Out of My Disc, Get Into My Drive
This workshop will provide a brief overview of MiniDiscs and issues surrounding the historically impossible-to-breach “audio firewall” that prevented everyday users from performing extraction of their files. This will be followed by demos running NetMDpython scripts to extract data from MiniDisc hardware and ffmpeg commands to convert the resulting AEA files into WAVs.
Mary Kidd
NDSR, New York Public Radio
NIf participants would like try out running Python scripts during the workshop (or at home!), they should visit and follow installation instructions at this link:
https://wiki.physik.fu-berlin.de/linux-minidisc/doku.php?id=netmdpython

Please note netmdpython scripts are highly experimental, and will only work with Mac OS X operating system. A station with NYPR minidiscs, players and a laptop equipped with netmdpython will be set up at BHS for anyone who wants to try out extraction.
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2:00pm-2:10pmBreak/Speaker Transition
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2:10pm-3:10pmHow and When to BagIt: A Workshop and Discussion
Currently defined in an IETF draft, the BagIt specification is used by many libraries, archives, and systems nationwide for secure transfer of digital content. Some in the digital preservation field have questions about what scenarios may benefit from BagIt, and for this session, Kathryn Gronsbell will lead a discussion about this widely used file packaging format and how to use it during a basic, hands-on tutorial.

Attendees: See Installation Instructions prior to the event.
Kathryn Gronsbell
Digital Asset Manager, Carnegie Hall
Y, needed for participation, but observing is encouraged, and sharing of laptops is welcome Operating system: Mac OS X preferred - (speakers will be using OS X), but there may be some alternate support for Linux & Windows; Software: Installation of BagIt library and supporting utilities/software will be required in-advance. Instructions for these requirements will be emailed to registrants and posted on the NDSR blog prior to the symposium, and speakers will try to provide some support day-of.

You can find installation instructions and samples to download at https://github.com/dinahhandel/ndsr-2016-bagit/blob/master/before-the-workshop.md
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3:10pm-3:30pmCookie/Coffee Break
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3:30-4:15pmWeb Archiving for Everyone
This panel will explore issues and tools relevant for a range of individuals, communities, and institutions tackling the challenges of web archiving. Presentations will discuss organizational considerations and sustainability for new initiatives, examine the development of metadata standards and practices for web resources, and share a specific case of web archives in a museum and memorial context. There will also be a demonstration of Webrecorder, an accessible and free open-source tool for capture and playback.
Alexandra Drakakis, Associate Curator, National September 11 Memorial & Museum;

Rebecca Guenther, Metadata Consultant, Rebecca Guenther Consulting, & metadata consultant for NYARC web archiving pilot project

Sumitra Duncan, Web Archiving Coordinator, Frick Art Reference Library

Morgan McKeehan, (NDSR, Rhizome)
Helpful to have a laptop for participants to try Webrecorder, but not essential. Webrecorder.io; Python Wayback: https://github.com/ikreymer/pywb;

WebArchivePlayer https://github.com/ikreymer/webarchiveplayer.

Not necessary to install before the workshop. These are just links to what I’ll discuss.
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4:15pm-4:25pmBreak/Speaker Transition
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4:25pm-5:00pmOpen Source Software for Processing Audio/Visual Files

This workshop will provide an overview of free and open source software for processing audio-visual files via the command line. Participants will be given a brief overview of different free and open source software options, and a hands-on workshop will instruct on how to use the software.
Dinah Handel NDSR, CUNY Television
N, an on-screen demo will be provided to allNo software is required to download.
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5:00Closing Remarks and AcknowledgementsN/A
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5:15-6:15pmA.R.T.-Sponsored Cocktail Hour: Celebrate Preservation Week!
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