The Quantum Archivistlooks at the intersection of archives, digital libraries, and historical documentation. Greg Colati writes the Quantum Archivist from historic Brimfield, Massachusetts where his day job is Senior Director of University Archives and Special Collections and Digital Curation at the University of Connecticut.
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I’m really fond of creating lists of slogans that encapsulate larger ideas about the work archivists do. Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about information packages and OAIS models of SIPs, AIPs, and DIPs. In discussions with friends and colleagues, … Continue reading