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The residency period of the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) project has now ended, but we’re very proud to launch the final project created by our AAPB NDSR residents: The American Archive of Public Broadcasting Wiki<http://wiki.americanarchive.org/index.php/Main_Page>, a technical preservation resource guide for public media organizations.
Selena Chau, Eddy Colloton, Adam Lott, Kate McManus, Lorena Ramírez-López, and Andrew Weaver have highlighted their collaboration and shared their resources, workflows, and documents used for managing audiovisual assets in all their possible formats and environments. The resulting Wiki encompasses everything from the first stages of the planning process to exit strategies from a storage or database solution.
AAPB staff and the residents hope that this Wiki will be an evolving resource. Editing capabilities will be locked on the Wiki for one week following launch, to allow time for the creation of a web archive of the resource in its original form that the residents may use in their portfolios; after this period, we will open up account creation to the audiovisual archiving and public broadcasting communities. We welcome your participation and contributions!
Project Manager, WGBH Media Library and Archives
Casey E. Davis Kaufman
Associate Director, WGBH Media Library & Archives
Project Manager, American Archive of Public Broadcasting
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