Presentation slides for Archivematica Camp Stream 1 Modules

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2018-11-16

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Slide deck for Modules 1-8 of Stream 1 activities held during Archivematica Camp Texas 2018 at University of Houston Libraries. Deck created by Ashley Blewer of Artefactual, covering the following topic areas: Module 1: Archivematica in the digital preservation landscape (topics covered include: where does Archivematica fit into the digital preservation landscape, what does Archivematica promise to do, what doesn't Archivematica do); Module 2: How does Archivematica actually work? (topics covered include: Archivematica's conceptual model, packages (transfers, bags, SIPs, AIPs, DIPs), microservices as implementations of preservation actions, workflows, storage spaces (how the storage service works and how to get at your content)); Module 3: Archivematica's core functionality (topics covered include: understanding Archivematica's dashboard, including the Transfer tab, Ingest tab, Administration tab, and Preservation planning tab plus a first look at an AIP produced by Archivematica. This afternoon session includes hands-on exercises); Module 4: Building on core: Archivematica's specialized workflows (topics covered include transfers of zipped files, disk images, metadata.csv, manual normalization, and a look at automation tools. This module includes hands-on exercises); Module 5: Archivematica's non-core functionality (topics covered include a look at the Backlog and Appraisal tab, AIP reingest, AIP encryption, transcription. This module includes hands-on exercises); Module 6: Special Topics (topics covered include handling complex media (audiovisual and disk images), ArchivesSpace integration, and PREMIS linked open data and the OWL ontology); Module 7: Archivematica in the community (topics covered include how the code is written, collaborative digital preservation, and a look at the Archivematica roadmap); Module 8: Implementation roundtable (discussion of various ways Archivematica can be implemented with a checklist of what you need to actually run Archivematica).

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Archivematica, Digital preservation, Trusted Digital Repositories, Open source, Preservation Metadata Implementation Strategies, METS, Archivematica, Digital preservation, Trusted Digital Repositories, Open source, Preservation Metadata Implementation Strategies, METS

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