FCoP Update February – March 2020

Post written by: Jessica Meyerson, FCoP Co-Investigator and Project Director Outreach and Advocacy International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) We initially announced acceptance of FCoP cohort proposals to IDCC and Code4Lib 2020 in our November – October 2019 update and both events took place in the last two months. IDCC took Read more…

FCoP Update December 2019 – January 2020

Post written by: Jessica Meyerson, FCoP Co-Investigator and Project Director Where to connect with FCoP Cohort members? A friendly reminder that you can find members of the FCoP cohort at IDCC in February facilitating the “Preparation and Process: Software Preservation and Emulation for Research Data” workshop (Tracy Popp @ University Read more…

FCoP Cohort Reflections: Georgia Tech

Post written by: Wendy Hagenmaier, Digital Collections Archivist, and Maura Gerke, retroTECH Research Assistant retroTECH is a service and a lab space in the Georgia Tech Library. Our mission is to inspire a culture of long-term thinking, hands-on access to technological heritage, and individual agency over personal histories, archives, and Read more…

FCoP Update August – September 2019

Post written by: Zach Vowell FCoP Reflections Blog Post Series: In our last STACKTRACE update, we announced the kick-off of the FCoP Reflections Blog Post Series running August through May 2020 (the end of the FCoP grant). We are excited to share our first two posts: Jonathan Farbowitz of Guggenheim Read more…

FCoP Cohort Reflections: Guggenheim Museum

Post written by: Jonathan Farbowitz, Fellow in the Conservation of Computer-based Art, FCoP Project Lead The Solomon R. Guggenheim conservation department joined the “Fostering a Community of Practice: Software Preservation” cohort to look at documentation and metadata practices for computer-based artworks. Involvement in FCoP falls under the museum’s ongoing Conserving Computer-based Read more…