Using fiwalk to Generate Filesystem Metadata: Screencast Discussion Questions
Cal Lee, Hannah Wang | BitCuratorEdu Project
These discussion questions can be used to encourage student engagement with the BitCurator screencast, Using fiwalk to Generate Filesystem Metadata. The questions can also be used for discussion accompanying a live demonstration, a guided hands-on exercise, or independent exploration of the BitCurator Environment.
The discussion questions and answer key are available for free download as a PDF or Google Doc, below.
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This learning object might be used in a lesson to satisfy the following learning objectives:
- Identify the appropriate tools to: safely acquire born-digital materials from storage media and other modes of transfer; assist in the appraisal of born-digital materials; scan for sensitive information in born-digital materials; and package born-digital materials for preservation and access.
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The BitCuratorEdu project was an effort (2018-2022) funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to study and advance the adoption of digital forensics tools and methods in libraries and archives through professional education efforts. This project was a partnership between Educopia Institute and the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, along with the Council of State Archivists (CoSA) and several Masters-level programs in library and information science.Google Doc PDF
Cal Lee, Hannah Wang. (June 14, 2022). Using fiwalk to Generate Filesystem Metadata: Screencast Discussion Questions. BitCuratorEdu Project.