What we're about

Hosted by Metropolitan New York Library Council, the Digital Preservation Interest Group is an inclusive group designed to facilitate growth in the communities forming around initiatives to preserve a wide array of digital assets (software, multimedia and websites) using an array of methods & tools. We seek to support professionals in libraries, archives and museums engaged in digital preservation and web archiving, as well as students and others new to the field. With meetings and presentations held throughout the year we will provide a venue for professional development and a forum for open discussion of common interest.

Upcoming events (2)

Tools for Digital Preservation Workflows

Metropolitan New York Library Council

In this talk, Shawn Averkamp of AVP will demo a number of tools that AVP has developed to help you automate and streamline your digital preservation workflows, including utilities for fixity checks, embedded metadata, and metadata quality control. Shawn Averkamp is a Senior Consultant with AVP [https://www.weareavp.com/], a consulting and software development firm. Founded in 2006, AVP provides services to help overcome the challenges faced in the preservation and use of data. With a strong focus on professional standards and best practices, open communication, and the innovative use and development of technological resources, we use our broad knowledge base and extensive experience to help our clients from a variety of sectors efficiently and effectively ensure that content is manageable and accessible for the long-term.

Webrecorder: web archiving for all!

Metropolitan New York Library Council

Rhizome's Anna Perricci will share with us the ease of using Webrecorder for WARC creation and Rhizome's other web archiving tools: http://rhizome.org/software/

Past events (4)

AI Tools Automating DAM Workflows for Visual Content Metadata Tagging

Metropolitan New York Library Council