Virtual Talk-Shop on Digital Sustenance: A Mini Manual for Community Archivists

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Thursday, July 9, 2020
When: 2:00pm - 3:00pm



“Digital Sustenance: A Mini Manual for Community Archivists” is a sustainability guide for implementing routine digital preservation actions in community-based archival organizations. In this Talk-Shop, Casey Winkleman will provide an overview of the guide’s purpose and contents which will be followed by a group conversation and digital preservation self-assessment activity with the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) Levels of Preservation matrix.

Casey Winkleman is a recent graduate of the UCLA MLIS program where she specialized in Archival Studies. While earning her degree, she worked in the UCLA Library Preservation Studios as the Audiovisual Preservation Assistant. In Summer 2019, she was an archives intern with the Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks Museum and Archive. She recently completed a year-long archives internship with the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives.


The "LAAS Virtual Talk-Shop Series" is part workshop and part informal discussion that provides opportunities for L.A. as Subject members to come together to learn new skills and engage in active discussions.