FCoP Update October – November 2019

Post written by: Zach Vowell and Matt Shultz FCoP Reflections Blog Post Series: Continuing our FCoP Reflections Blog Post Series, we are happy to share posts from Georgia Tech and University of Illinois: Wendy Hagenmaier of Georgia Tech writes about skunkworks in the library, building bridges between data and metadata Read more…

Field Report #5: University of Virginia

Post written by: Amelia Acker, FCoP Project Researcher, Assistant Professor in the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin University of Virginia: Keeping Software Present with Emulation in the Archives It’s been a few months since my last fieldwork visit for the FCoP project! In August, I was hosted Read more…

EaaSI Update August – September 2019

Post written by: Seth Anderson, EaaSI Program Manager Spreading the Word Multithreading Software Preservation and Emulation August began with the day-long Multithreading Software Preservation and Emulation workshop at the Austin Public Library during the 2019 SAA Conference. The event included introductions to the Fostering Communities of Practice cohort projects and Read more…

Field Report #4: GeorgiaTech retroTECH

Post written by: Amelia Acker, FCoP Project Researcher, Assistant Professor in the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin Second Site Visit: GeorgiaTech Hi y’all, In July I visited the Georgia Tech Library’s Retrocomputing Lab also known as retroTECH! Located in the Special Collections and Archives unit, this lab’s Read more…

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Member Profile: MIT Libraries

A regular series on the SPN blog, member profiles highlight the full spectrum of software preservation work underway at member institutions. Post written by: Joe Carrano Tell us about the software preservation program at your organization. Software preservation is a continuing need at MIT. MIT Libraries preserves the scholarly research Read more…