Film, Video Disembodying the Past to Preserve It

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Title
Disembodying the Past to Preserve It
Summary
Digital Media Strategist Sarah Werner speaks at the Digital Preservation 2013 event about the mutual concerns of digitizing and preserving cultural heritage.
Event Date
July 23, 2013
Notes
-  Sarah Werner works at the Folger Shakespeare Library, which holds the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials and one of the world's largest collections of printed works and manuscripts from the Renaissance. She was the founder and, for seven years, the director of the Folger's Undergraduate Program, which brought DC-area students into the Library for semester-long seminars on the history of early modern books and emphasized a hands-on exploration of the materiality of texts. She is currently the Library's Digital Media Strategist, a position in which she seeks to connect the Library's rich material resources with digital tools, opening up access to the Library to scholars and the public across the world.
Related Resources
Digital Preservation at the Library of Congress: http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/
Running Time
29 minutes
Online Format
video

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