We have two free webinars coming up in March from AAPB NDSR residents Kate McManus and Selena Chau:
Through the Trapdoor: Metadata & Disambiguation in Fanfiction, a case study (Kate McManus)
Thursday, March 9th
3:00 PM EST
Within the last twenty years, fanfiction writing has transfigured from disparate communities like webrings within Geocities communities into websites like AO3, providing a more intimate and interactive space for the wide world of web communities to gather and create. Recently, professionals who work to preserve and archive pop culture have begun to open dialogues with fan writers in hope that these underground communities will share their labors of love, but doing so creates its own problems for both creators and archivists.
Tags: meta, archives, angst, rarepair
Disclaimer: Just playing in the sandbox. DO NOT SUE, I OWN NOTHING Please read and review!
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ResourceSpace for Audiovisual Archiving (Selena Chau)
Thursday, March 23rd
3:00 PM EST
Selena Chau (AAPB NDSR Resident, KBOO Community Radio) and Nicole Martin (Senior Manager of Archives and Digital Systems, Human Rights Watch) share their assessment and uses of ResourceSpace as an open-source tool for metadata and asset management within digital preservation workflows.
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Archivist and AAPB NDSR Project Coordinator, WGBH