Preserving Your Family’s Digital Legacy – Program Links

WILL YOUR DIGITAL ARCHIVES SURVIVE?

So many of our family photographs, videos, and papers exist only on our computers. How vulnerable are they to loss and deterioration?
We received answers from an expert at the Society’s April 10th program. Helen Bailey, MIT Library Fellow for Digital Curation & Preservation, guided us through the challenges of managing the increasing number of digital files in our family archives.
If you were not fortunate enough to attend, you have a second chance. Helen placed her entire talk, with slides, on the web:
https://bitsandpages.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/
Her handout, with links to websites with more information, can be found at:
http://www.slideshare.net/hakbailey/whs-talk-201404handoutweb
The Winchester Historical Society wishes to thank Helen Bailey for sharing her extensive knowledge and expertise so freely with our community.

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