Discovering OhioDIG

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January 6, 2015 by jillclever

For those of you not familiar with OhioDIG let me tell you a little bit about this organization. It was formed in 2005 as a discussion group for archivists, librarians, and others interested in digitization and preservation of historically significant materials. The group has free meetings every other month somewhere in the central Ohio area for networking and presentations on digital preservation and other related topics. RSVPs for meetings and other news are announced through the OhioDIG Listserv at http://ohiodig.org/listserv.html

I have found the meetings informative and fun. It’s great to network with people from other organizations and presentations have also been great. Some recent topics included Basic Considerations for Digital Preservation, What Do I Do with All This Stuff? Audiovisual Digitization, Practices and Procedures, and Lessons Learned While Migrating.

I encourage you to check out this instructive group, learn things and meet people you didn’t know or connect with people you do.

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