Past Events

BitCurator Consortium Roundtable: practice // values : situating digital forensics tools in archives

BItCurator Consortium

A discussion of different experiences mediating between software tools and born-digital materials and the ethical considerations of this work.

BitCurator Consortium Roundtable: The Ethics of Born-Digital Collecting

Alex Chassanoff, BitCurator Consortium

In the Spring and Fall of 2019, the BitCurator Consortium (BCC) will facilitate a series of online roundtable discussions on topics of interest for born-digital cultural heritage communities. Our first round-table took place on March 22 and explored “The Ethics of Born-Digital Collecting.” We were … Read more →

BitCurator Consortium Webinar – BitCurator NLP Project

Cal Lee, Kam Woods, BitCurator Consortium

This is a recording of a BitCurator Consortium public webinar on “BitCurator NLP Project”. The BitCurator NLP project has been developing software for collecting institutions to extract, analyze, and produce reports on features of interest in text extracted from born-digital materials. The project is adapting … Read more →

Advanced Topics Webinar – BCA Webtools

Cal Lee, Kam Woods, BitCurator Consortium

This is a recording of a BitCurator Consortium webinar on BitCurator Access WebTools, the third of a series of webinars on BitCurator advanced topics! These webinars are designed to dig a little deeper into the advanced functionality of the BitCurator software environment, and to provide … Read more →

Advanced Topics Webinar – Scripting in BitCurator

Dianne Dietrich, Jarrett Drake

This webinar’s focus is on scripting within the BitCurator environment and is led by Dianne Dietrich (Cornell University) and Jarrett Drake (Princeton University). Each presenter will describe their experience getting started with scripting in BitCurator, challenges overcome, resources utilized, and provide recommendations for those just … Read more →

Advanced Topics Webinar – Kryoflux

Dorothy Waugh, Matthew Farrell, Walker Sampson

This webinar’s focus is on the features, uses, and application of the Kryoflux hardware interface and software tool, including the following topics: Overview of Kryoflux basic functionality and outputs Example use cases for Kryoflux application Typical issues and challenges with implementing Kryoflux in digital forensics … Read more →

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