The BitCurator Consortium engages with educators in the fields of library science, archival studies, digital curation, and digital forensics to promote educational efforts around born-digital curation tools and practices.

In addition to the training and community engagement offered by the BCC, BitCuratorEdu (a BCC-affiliated grant project) seeks to address some of the gaps in teaching and learning with BitCurator. If you are an instructor who would like to share your experience teaching with BitCurator or your instructional needs, please contact hannah.wang@educopia.org. Also see the project website to find instructional resources.

Additionally, the resources below may be of interest to educators.

BitCurator Consortium Presentations

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Membership & Program Committee

Open session where people can ask questions to the entire audience anonymously. Anything goes! These could be questions related to workflows, policies, things you are struggling with, something you’d like some community advice or guidance about.

BitCurator Consortium Presentations

Session 2: Iteration and Scalability

Elise Tanner, UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture; Dianne Dietrich, Cornell University Library; Lara Friedman-Shedlov, University of Minnesota; Alex Nelson, US National Institute of Standards and Technology; Sheridan Sayles, Seton Hall University; Satya Miller, University of Ottawa; Brad San Martin, Apollo Theater

To Disk Image, Or Not to Disk Image?: Identifying Potential Factors for Disk Imaging in Digital Archival Workflows Elise Tanner, UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture; Dianne Dietrich, Cornell University Library; Lara Friedman-Shedlov, University of Minnesota; Alex Nelson, US National Institute of … Read more →

BitCurator Consortium Presentations

Session 3: BitCurator

Jamie Patrick-Burns, State Archives of North Carolina; John Richan and Sarah Lake, Concordia University; Grace Muñoz, UCLA

Leveling Up on Preservation: Using BitCurator Reports to Better Preserve State Archives Materials Jamie Patrick-Burns, State Archives of North Carolina In 2020 the State Archives of NC (SANC) adopted a “levels of preservation” document to standardize preservation actions for electronic records. These actions include generating … Read more →

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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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