EaaSI Training Module #1: Emulation Environments

Intro to Emulation Environments During this module, participants will learn about: Why does the EaaSI team refer to emulation and computing “environments”? What is an EaaSI “Environment” resource? What sort of details do we need to describe and maintain environments? …Continue EaaSI Training Module #1: Emulation Environments

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Software Preservation and Emulation @ Stanford: A Symposium

Every day we all make choices about our individual digital legacies through what we create, keep, and share. Software mediates all of those activities. The 2020 Software Preservation and Emulation Symposium provided an opportunity to discuss our dependence on software …Continue Software Preservation and Emulation @ Stanford: A Symposium

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Emulators and Configuration Workflows

Summary: This webinar, the last in the EaaSI Webinar Series, is entitled “Emulators and Configuration Workflows” and addresses questions such as: What is your previous experience in using emulation software? Were there any emulation programs already incorporated into your institutional workflows? …Continue Emulators and Configuration Workflows

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EaaSI Metadata Model and Wikidata

This webinar, entitled “EaaSI Metadata Model and Wikidata,” addresses questions such as: How does your organization create, manage or discover metadata about software and related resources now? What would you like to be able to do with software metadata? Do …Continue EaaSI Metadata Model and Wikidata

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Software (Re)Use Cases

The “collections as data” initiative centers user communities and use cases in discussions about collection development. This episode highlights research use cases for software collections, and explores whether and how the “collections as data” approach is a useful response to …Continue Software (Re)Use Cases

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Why EaaSI? System Overview

Summary: This webinar, entitled “Why EaaSI? System Overview,” addresses questions such as: What problem is EaaSI trying to solve? What are EaaSI core functions and underlying design concepts? Why are approaching it this way? How is EaaSI different from EaaS? …Continue Why EaaSI? System Overview

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Legal and Institutional Policy Frameworks

Summary: This webinar, entitled “Legal and Institutional Policy Frameworks,” addresses questions such as: When you don’t collect software as an object, why do you do it? What role(s) does/do software play in your organizations and their long-term collection and preservation …Continue Legal and Institutional Policy Frameworks

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International Implications

In this seventh and final episode of a series about using the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use, you’ll learn: Why licensing isn’t a viable solution to copyright issues in preservation projects with global reach How U.S. fair use …Continue International Implications

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Making the Code Part of Software Preservation Culture

In this sixth episode in a seven-part series about using the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use, you’ll learn: The difference between a document and a shift in practice How other communities have incorporated fair use into their professional …Continue Making the Code Part of Software Preservation Culture

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Understanding the Anti-circumvention Rules and the Preservation Exemptions

In this fifth episode in a seven-part series about using the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use, you’ll learn : What the DMCA anti-circumvention provisions are and how they relate to copyright, fair use, and the Code How the …Continue Understanding the Anti-circumvention Rules and the Preservation Exemptions

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Working with Source Code and Software Licenses

In this third episode in a seven-part series about using the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use, you’ll learn about: How fair use enables institutions to provide access to software for use in research, teaching, and learning settings while …Continue Working with Source Code and Software Licenses

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Making Software Available Within Institutions and Networks

In this third episode in a seven-part series about using the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use, you’ll learn about: How fair use enables institutions to provide access to software for use in research, teaching, and learning settings while …Continue Making Software Available Within Institutions and Networks

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Beginning the Preservation Workflow

In the second episode in the series, speakers cover how to read the Situations in the Code (parsing descriptions, Principles, and Limitations), and explore how fair use applies to the foundational steps in a preservation workflow including stabilizing, describing, evaluating, …Continue Beginning the Preservation Workflow

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The Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Software Preservation, Why and How?

In this introduction to the webinar series about using the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation, you’ll learn: What the Code is What the copyright doctrine of fair use is How it addresses problems such as …Continue The Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Software Preservation, Why and How?

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Software Preservation and Public Accountability: Moving the Needle

This episode explores the coupling of software preservation to public accountability – and explore the role of community governance on the one hand and the design of information systems on the other as complements to formal legal mechanisms for ensuring …Continue Software Preservation and Public Accountability: Moving the Needle

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Overview of Current Trends and Their Legal Implications

This episode provides an overview of copyright and other legal considerations surrounding software preservation, sharing and reuse. Guests explore the “square peg, round hole” relationship between software and copyright; and examine differences in intellectual property regimes between the United Kingdom …Continue Overview of Current Trends and Their Legal Implications

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Scaling Software Preservation and Emulation

This episode will explore current programmatic and project based initiatives to create the processes and infrastructure that will support a growing number of software (re)use cases/organizational users. Guests will highlight challenges and opportunities associated with scaling an institutional software preservation …Continue Scaling Software Preservation and Emulation

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Software in Digital/Scholarly Communications

This episode provides an overview of scholarly communication practices as they relate to software preservation and citation within contemporary scholarly research methods.  Attention is paid to evolving and changing practices in a variety of institutional settings (e.g. post-secondary institutions , …Continue Software in Digital/Scholarly Communications

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Software Collection Development

This episode reviews existing software collections and the users of those collections. In order to better capture current efforts in collecting software, Research & Facilitation Lead, Anne-Marie Trepanier, provides different collection profiles and the set of features that characterize each …Continue Software Collection Development

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Software Preservation Overview

The Software Preservation Webinar Series provides a survey of software preservation contexts. Each episode explores a different software preservation context by providing an overview, discussion with guest speakers (specialists in digital preservation, software studies, scholarly communication, open source software and …Continue Software Preservation Overview

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