- This story contains tweets from 2 PM and 9 PM on 2/16/2017. [Note: It was not possible to locate all of the introductory tweets from all participants.]
- Q1. _What is your biggest barrier to providing #bdaccess to material?
- — Tim Walsh (@bitarchivist)Thu, Feb 16 2017 19:09:58
- — Charlie Macquarie (@advnturelibrary)Thu, Feb 16 2017 19:11:05A1 cont.: but another big challenge for us will be providing #bdaccess to collections which will include protected health information.
- — Elena Colón-Marrero (@elenArchivist)Thu, Feb 16 2017 19:11:55A1: Well, we haven't processed most of our digital holdings. On my end I work with software & we don't have capacity to image yet #bdaccess
- — jess (@destreservation)Thu, Feb 16 2017 19:13:47A1. And another answer: lack of requests from researchers, which would really help advocate for the tools we need to provide #bdaccess
- — jess (@destreservation)Thu, Feb 16 2017 19:32:16Back to A1 bc I forgot to say: APPRAISAL. oh the appraisal woes! university records restrictions, privacy, so much anxiety for me! #bdaccess
- — Elena Colón-Marrero (@elenArchivist)Thu, Feb 16 2017 19:13:37A1: Our backlog is HUGE! And has not been totally accounted for. Most of my time is spent inventorying. Not done but at 35k items #bdaccess
- — Ʌǀǀɑnɑ ϻɑγҽг (@allanaaaaaaa)Thu, Feb 16 2017 19:15:49hi #bdaccess, I work for a nonprofit software-maker that hosts + shares + etc. A1 - not too many of our clients need bdaccess yet!
- — Alison C. (@alisonarchivist)Fri, Feb 17 2017 02:07:41A1 Said the below earlier, also the necessity of interfunctional/dept collab (ie bureaucracy as a barrier) #bdaccess https://twitter.com/alisonarchivist/status/832305230150774788 …
- — Daniel Johnson (@dan_h_johnson)Fri, Feb 17 2017 02:11:47
- — Seth Anderson (@sth_rbrt)Fri, Feb 17 2017 02:07:42A1. Big issues is appraisal. Trying to make decisions about thousands of born-digital records and providing guidance to staff #bdaccess
Born Digital Access Bootcamp & DLF #bdaccess chat on February 16, 2017
This was the second in a series of chats on providing access to born digital materials. In addition to providing a space for archivists and researchers to learn from each other, the chats are also helping inform the curriculum for a Born Digital Access Bootcamp.
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