The Documentation & Training Committee is responsible for providing accessible, up-to-date, documentation and training material for BitCurator environment users and the surrounding archival community.

The Documentation & Training Committee reviews, updates, and maintains BitCurator documentation. This Committee is also responsible for creating and coordinating training opportunities accessible to users of all skill levels.

If you’re interested in joining the Documentation & Training Committee, please reach out to the Committee by emailing bcc_docs@bitcuratorconsortium.org

Committee charge:

To see what the Documentation & Training Committee has been up to, view our charge which includes our action plan and a list of completed projects. If you see a project that interests you or you have thoughts about future projects, join us!

Current members:

  • Amy Berish, Rockefeller Archive Center, Co-Chair
  • David Cirella, Yale University Library, Co-Chair
  • Jess Farrell, Educopia Institute
  • Katie Martin, Rockefeller Archive Center
  • Satya Miller, University of Ottawa Library
  • Hannah Wang,  Educopia Institute

News

BCC Documentation & Training Committee wins NDSA Excellence Award for Sustainability

Congratulations to the Documentation and Training Committee! Their incredible maintenance work on open documentation and guidance related to the open source BitCurator software and other tools within the BitCurator environment was recognized with one of the first ever Sustainability awards from the NDSA Excellence awards. … Read more →

Call for Volunteers: BitCurator Consortium Groups

Jess Farrell, Caitlin Perry

The BitCurator Consortium is recruiting volunteers for all groups. Recruitment is open indefinitely. Anyone may express interest by filling out this form. Membership Committee This standing committee oversees work related to maintaining, engaging, and growing the member base. You can read more of the committee … Read more →

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Resources

The Documentation & Training Committee maintains the following resources:

BitCurator Consortium Presentations

Workshop: Intro to Digital Forensics/BitCurator

Amy Berish, Rockefeller Archive Center; David Cirella, Yale University; Satya Miller, University of Ottawa; Katie Martin, Rockefeller Archive Center; Hannah Wang, Educopia Institute

Intro to Digital Forensics/BitCurator Amy Berish, Rockefeller Archive Center; David Cirella, Yale University; Satya Miller, University of Ottawa; Katie Martin, Rockefeller Archive Center; Hannah Wang, Educopia Institute In the past, the “Intro to Digital Forensics” class has provided a brief introduction to digital forensics and … Read more →

BitCurator Consortium Documentation

Migrating BitCurator VirtualBox to Hyper-V

Shelly Black and BCC Documentation & Training Committee

Are you looking for an alternative to VirtualBox VM for BitCurator installation via virtual machine? The Migrating BitCurator VirtualBox VM to Hyper-V documentation provides instructions for installing BitCurator for use with Hyper-V. Hyper-V creates virtual machines on x86-64 systems running Windows. Many thanks to Shelly … Read more →

BitCurator Consortium Documentation

BitCurator Users Forum 2020 Shared Links

Brian Dietz

Looking for a link shared in the chat during a BitCurator Users Forum 2020 session? Follow the link below to see all of the resources shared in the chat over the 4-day Forum.

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Become a member

Membership is open to libraries, archives, museums, and other institutions worldwide that seek a collaborative community within which they may explore and apply forensics approaches and solutions to their digital collections.

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