February 2014 Minutes

In Person– Dallas Pillen, Wendi Menkins, Adam Mosseri, Kim Schroeder, Kevin Barton (Please let me know if you were accidentally left on this list)

Online: Aubrey Maynard, Chris Bonadio, Courtney Whitmore, Kris Kniffen, Laura Gentry, Margaret Diaz, Roxanne Brazell, and Steve Wejroch

Upcoming Events:

SAA Tour: The Society of American Archivists, WSU Student Chapter (SAA-WSU) will be touring the Rabbi Leo M. Franklin Archives at Temple Beth El on Wednesday, February 26, at 1:00 PM. The Rabbi Leo M. Franklin Archive is located at 7400 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301.  E-mail SAA.Wayne@gmail.com for more information.

Bake Sale: Thursday, March 6th and Friday, March 21.  Both are from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in the student center.  Adam will be creating a Doodle poll sign up list that should be live shortly.  Courtney will be making signs for the table.  

Archaeology Slide Project: We are partnering with the archaeology department to digitize and describe slides as a summer project.  If interested, e-mail Adam at eu1310@wayne.edu.

DSpace Project– We are creating an archive of the SLIS program and putting it into DSpace.  The scanning has resumed, and there should be opportunities to create metadata hopefully by the first part of March.  If you want to help, e-mail wsundsa@gmail.com

Summer Project Choices Web Archiving or Digital Forensics: Kim is putting together some summer projects to help us gain new skills, and we are deciding between web archiving or digital forensics.  Watch our social media shortly to cast your vote for your favorite.  

Converge and Ingest Colloquium Saturday, April 5th at 10 a.m.  We will be sending out acceptance letters for posters and presentation around February 24th.  If you did not submit, make plans to attend in person and also to volunteer with logistics.  

Digital Forensics Presentation by Kim Schroeder

Kim gave us a crash course in digital forensics by showing us BitCurator.  As she had technical difficulties with BitCurator, some of the screen shots are from other presentations, which are cited at the end of the presentation.  

Digital+Forensics+and+the+Digital+Archivist

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