[snca-list] NHPRC Electronic Records Research Symposium Tomorrow!
tibbo at email.unc.edu
Thu Nov 15 06:06:36 EST 2007
Dear NC Archivists,
Please join us! Tomorrow, Friday November 16, for the 2006-2007 National
Historic Publications and Records Commission-funded Electronic Records
Research Fellowships program symposium (http://ils.unc.edu/nhprcfellows).
This years' Fellows will present the results of their research projects at a
symposium to be held at the Wilson Library on the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. Registration at 8:30; welcome at 9:00;
finishing approximately 4:30. Due to the gracious support of NHPRC, there is
no fee for this symposium but it would help us estimate the food for breaks
if attendees would register online at http://sils.unc.edu/news/nhprc/.
Reagan Moore & Richard Marciano, from the San Diego Supercomputing Center
will speak on "The Evolution of Data Curation: Towards Policy-driven
Preservation can be thought of as communication with the future. We know
that the future will use new storage systems, new representation
information, and provide new services. Preservation is also the management
of communication from the past. We want to make assertions about
authenticity, integrity, and chain of custody based on prior management
policies. Policy-driven collection management such as the integrated
Rule-based Data system (iRODS) addresses both challenges. The iRODS data
system implements data curation processes as micro-services that can be
migrated to new storage systems over time. iRODS implements management
policies as rules that control the execution of the micro-services. The
rule system can be updated dynamically, can be tuned to express each
community's management policies, and enforces periodic validations of
assertions about collection properties.
Fellows will present the results of year-long research on topics related to
Daphne DeLeon, Archives the Nevada State Library and Archives, will present
on the "Global XML Data Model: New Mexico Public Records."
Don Chalfant & Kathy Jordan, of The Library of Virginia, will discuss
"Developing Processing Practices and Workflows for Electronic Archival
Erin O'Meara, of the University of Oregon Libraries, will present "A
Recordkeeping Framework for Social Scientists Conducting Data-Intensive
Kari Smith, University of Michigan School of Information, will present
"Implications of the Bioterrorism Act of 2002 on Electronic Record Keeping
in the Wine and Grape Industries."
William Wallach from the Bentley Library at the University of Michigan will
discuss the Research Fellowship Program for the Study of Modern Archives
(RFPSMA), administered by the Bentley Historical Library of the University
of Michigan and supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 1983-1998, and
Joan Krizack from Northeastern University will speak about the NHPRC
Electronic Records Research Fellowships when they were centered in Boston,
2001-2004. Dr. Paul Conway will conclude the symposium with an analysis of
the accomplishments of the Fellows and the program from 2004-2006 while it
has been hosted at SILS.
Dr. Helen R. Tibbo, Professor
School of Information and Library Science
201 Manning Hall
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360
tibbo at ils.unc.edu
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