Hello Andrea,


I am still more of a listener than contributor, but I have appreciated the discussions and remain especially interested in those about packaging content and metadata.   I hope at some point to be better able to contribute to the “working” part of our title, but for now I am still in a learning phase and trying to serve as a liaison for the NYARC group.  In the next year I may have more time and familiarity to provide more assistance, but for now I hope you are OK with my passive role.  The problem at my institution is finding anyone else with enough time and expertise to serve in this role. If someone comes along who can be more productive, I will certainly encourage them to come on board to this group.


Thank you,



For the NYARC (New York Art Resources Consortium)


Deborah Kempe

Chief, Collections Management & Access

Frick Art Reference Library

10 East 71st Street

New York, NY 10021

tel. 212.547-0658 ;  fax 212 547-0680

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Dear Working Group members,


In our last few calls, we have explored different topics of interest to the group – video, packaging content/metadata, and email preservation. What would you like to discuss in the next call (April 21, 1-2 ET)? You can send your ideas to the whole group or send to Kate, Barrie and I.






Andrea Goethals

Digital Preservation and Repository Services Manager

Harvard Library

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