Digital asset management digital preservation strategies can help save time & money, avoid legal and ethical problems, and, most importantly, avoid the front page of the New York Times.

Speaker Emily Kolvitz offers viewers concepts of archival theory that easily translate to the practice of Digital Asset Management, in a variety of digital environments including Library, Archive, WIP (Works-in-Progress) DAMs, and assets living in the wild.

Emily has been a DAM Guru Program member since January 2014. Connect with her on LinkedIn.

Webinar recorded on 09 September, 2014.

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References and Resources

International Council on Archives Digital Preservation Modules

http://www.ica-sae.org/

DAM Foundation DAM Maturity Model

http://dammaturitymodel.org/

Enterprise DAM Checklist

https://picturepark.com/ebooks

Library of Congress Digital Preservation Tools

http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/tools/

Archivist Faults I.R.S. for Not Reporting Loss of Emails

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/25/us/politics/irs-did-not-follow-law-after-loss-of-officials-emails-archivist-says.html?_r=0

Jenn Riley’s Metadata Universe

http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/~jenlrile/metadatamap/

Society of American Archivists Glossary

http://www2.archivists.org/glossary


LearnDAM-Logo-75x75Picturepark sponsors this webinar as part of the #LearnDAM initiative to provide the DAM community with quality digital asset management educational materials that are not sales focused.

DAM and Digital Preservation

Emily Kolvitz - Digital Asset Manager

Emily Kolvitz, Digital Asset Manager/Sr. Specialist with JCPenney