Workshop on Digital Heritage Preservation for Alaska Native Libraries, Archives, and Museums
March 9-10, 2016 ● Fairbanks, Alaska
Held in conjunction with the Alaska Library Association meeting.
- Working with Film and Video Collections (Angie Schmidt)
- From Arrival to Dissemination: The Curation of an Oral History Collection (Leslie McCartney and Robyn Russell)
- Oral History spreadsheet template (Leslie McCartney and Robyn Russell)
- Scanning Old Photos (Marge Thompson)
Additional materials from the workshop can be found on the Sustainable Heritage Network.
The Alaska Native Language Archive is hosting a workshop on Digital Heritage Preservation for Alaska Native Libraries, Archives, and Museums, March 9-10. This two-day workshop will cover basic digitization planning, preservation, workflows, and project organization, as well as issues specific to Alaska Native languages and the Mukurtu Content Management system. Participants will learn best practices for digitizing documents, photographs, and audio recordings, as well as strategies for mobilizing these resources to make them more useful and accessible to patrons. Participants will work directly with demonstration materials, hardware, and software on site.
The workshop will be held at the Rasmuson Library in Fairbanks, immediately prior to the Alaska Library Association Conference. Registration for the workshop is $25, which includes all materials and breakfast and lunch on both days. Registration is being handled through the Alaska Library Association website. Scholarships are also available (see below).
Confirmed Workshop Presenters
|Jennifer O'Neal (University of Oregon)||metadata, collection management|
Aaron Leggett (Anchorage Museum)
|Leslie McCartney (UAF Rasmuson Library)
Robyn Russell (UAF Rasmuson Library)
|oral history workshop|
|Angie Schmidt (UAF)||working with film|
|Marge Thompson (UAF Rasmuson Library)||working with photos|
|Siri Tuttle (UAF, Alaska Native Language Archive)||working with Native language|
|Lotus Norton-Wisla (Washington State University)
Michael Wynne (Washington State University)
|Mukurtu content management|
Participants will be split into two groups for some of the sessions. Groups assignments will be given out on Wednesday morning.
Wednesday, March 9
Thursday, March 10
The workshop will be held on the 3rd floor of the Rasmuson Library on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM on both days. Transportation will be provided from the Westmark Hotel each morning, departing at 8:00 AM. If you drive to campus, parking is available in the Taku Lot, located off Farmers Loop Road. Be sure to park in the visitor area and purchase a daily parking pass from the machine. Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day for workshop participants.
The scholarship application period has closed. However, we will accept a limited number of applicants for the waitlist. If you are interested in being placed on the waitlist please contact the organizers.
- Sustainable Heritage Network under a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
- National Science Foundation under grant OPP-1003481: Digital Infrastructure for Alaskan and Neighboring Languages
- Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks