October 8, 2021 | View Recording
Speakers: Snowden Becker, Consultant, Los Angeles, Calif.; Nadia Dixson, City of Somerville (Mass.); Arian Ravanbaksh, National Archives and Records Administration
Digital preservation best practices are constantly evolving due to rapid changes in technology, resulting in diverse and sometimes unstable file formats. Meanwhile, electronic records archivists and analysts must meet increasing demands for transparency as well as permanence and accessibility in pandemic-induced remote work environments. Join us for a panel discussion to learn about how we can successfully respond to these demands while rising to the challenges posed by emerging file formats and digital communication platforms.
Archivist Practitioners, Archivist Managers, and/or Records Analysts/Managers.
No technical expertise is required.#SERITrainingRecordings #ERDayRecordings
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