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Protecting Privacy in the Archives: Preliminary Explorations of Topic Modeling for Born-Digital Collections
Natural language processing (NLP) is an area of increased interest for digital archivists, although most research to date has focused on digitized rather than born-digital collections. This study in progress explores whether ...
Reflections on the future of the archival community
Out of Sight But Not Out of Mind: Using Archivematica in the Cloud
from session description: This session will address perspectives on digital preservation in the Cloud: when and how it should be considered, current practices and options, and experiences already gained. Cloud-hosting ...
The miracle of full-text searching: myth or reality?
Killing Many Birds with One Stone: Virtual Institutional Databases in AtoM
From session description: For many archivists, one of the greatest innovations to the profession in recent years has been the development of AtoM, or Access to Memory – an open-source archival description software application ...
Strategies for Searching Online Finding Aids: A Retrieval Experiment
(Association of Canadian Archivists, 1997)
The archival community has recently been increasing its efforts to establish a presence on the World Wide Web; one aspect of this of particular interest is the move to make finding aids available online. For example, the ...
Using LibAnswers in the Archives: A review and implementation report
(Practical Technology for Archives, 2017-01)
The need for an enquiry management system at the University of Saskatchewan’s University Archives & Special Collections was identified at the time of an organization restructuring, which involved the amalgamation of ...
Encoded Archival Description on the Internet (review)
(Association of Canadian Archivists, 2003)