L-65. Digitizing the Cultural Record - Advance Reading List
Please review all readings, but feel free to skim or dig in as most interests you. We will gear class discussion toward the readings that capture the group’s imagination.
Berthoud, Heidy, et al. Zine Librarians Code of Ethics. November 2015.
Brylawski, Sam, et al. ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation. Council on Library and Information Resources. May 2015. Read Chapter 1, “Preserving Audio,” pp. 1–13.
Clough, G. Wayne. Best of Both Worlds: Museums, Libraries, and Archives in a Digital Age. Smithsonian Institution, 2013.
Dempsey, Lorcan et al. “Collection Directions: Some Reflections on the Future of Library Collections and Collecting.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 14:3 (2014). Read pp. 393–423.
Digital Library Federation. “Digitizing Special Formats” wiki.
Digital Library Federation and DLF Assessment Working Group. Surveying the Landscape: Use and Usability Assessment of Digital Libraries. December 2015.
Digital Public Library of America. “New Self-Guided Curriculum for Digitization.” (October 2015)
Furlough, Mike. “Sepulchres,” an updated and abbreviated version of “What We Talk About, When We Talk About Repositories.”Reference & User Services Quarterly 49:1 (September 2009): 18–23, prepared for Hacking the Academy.
Garrett, Jesse J. The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web. New Riders, 2002. Read Chapter 2, “Meet the Elements.”
Hancock, Charity, Kari Kraus, et al. “Bibliocircuitry and the Design of the Alien Everyday.” Textual Cultures 8:1 (2013): 72–100. Available for download via http://www.karikraus.com/?p=334.
Henry, Charles. “Culture Under Threat and Digital Libraries,” CLIR Re:Thinking Blog (October 2015).
Kirschenbaum, Michael and Sarah Werner. “Digital Scholarship and Digital Studies: The State of the Discipline.” Book History 17 (2014): 406–58.
Levine-Clark, Michael. “Access to Everything: Building the Future Academic Library Collection.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 14:3 (2014): 425–37.
Meyer, Robinson. “What Good is a Library Full of Dead Plants?” The Atlantic. 18 March 2016.
Radford, Gary P. et al. “Alternative libraries as discursive formations: reclaiming the voice of the deaccessioned book.” Journal of Documentation 68:2 (2012): 254–67.
Robertson, Tara. “Digitization: Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should.” 15 April 2016.
Scholarly Communication Institute 9 Report: “New-Model Scholarly Communication: Road Map for Change.” University of Virginia. 2011.
McGann, Jerome. “On Creating a Usable Future.” Profession 2011: 182–95.
National Digital Stewardship Alliance. 2015 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship.
Sherratt, Tim. “A Map and Some Pins: open data and unlimited horizons.” 2013. Also see data-enabled version at http://wraggelabs.com/shed/presentations/digisam/#/text.
Theimer, Kate. “What Is the Meaning of Archives 2.0?” The American Archivist 74:1 (Spring/Summer 2011): 58–68.
Treharne, Elaine. “Fleshing out the Text: the Transcendent Manuscript in the Digital Age.” postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies 4:4 (December 2013).
Wooten, Kelly. “Why We’re Not Digitizing Zines.” Duke University Libraries Digital Collections. 21 September 2009.