We are pleased to release the recording of the EaaSI January 2021 roundtable entitled "What We Talk About When We Talk About Emulation." The first in a series, this roundtable features Eric Kaltman (California State University Channel Islands), Tracy Popp (University of Illinois), and Fernando Rios (University of Arizona).
👉 Access the recording as well as supplementary links here: http://bit.ly/eaasi-roundtable-1
This roundtable discussion series is intended to feature EaaSI participants, staff, and other special guests in order to engage the information management and curation communities on topics related to “emulation in action” - the use cases or actual points and moments of interaction between researchers, practitioners, and emulation technology in cultural/data repositories.
"What We Talk About When We Talk About Emulation" discussion questions include:
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The EaaSI program of work is focused on scaling the technological framework necessary for multiple institutions to configure, share, and access software and configured environments. EaaSI is focused on a distributed, community-driven architecture that sits on top of existing digital preservation infrastructure. This directly complements existing efforts by the Software Preservation Network and others to address key aspects of software preservation including legal advocacy, research about local software preservation needs, institutional capacity building for software preservation, collection development, professional development and training, and workflow recommendations.
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