Digital History Methods
Hist 677-477, American University
You’re right, Mallory – the lines of communication we set in place really do have “real-world consequences.” I think this really gets at what one of the main messages in the class, which I think can be summed up as “Yes, digital preservation is a thing and, yes, you can do it.”
Getting stakeholders involved with the conversations, going through the NDSA Levels, and having our clients articulate *what* and *why* they were preserving their materials is a huge project in and of itself. I found that just establishing those lines of communications was harder than writing up the individual documents!
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