Posts tagged with digital preservation lab in Blog Bits and Pieces

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  • Lance Thomas Stuchell
Over the past year our work has been featured in a video and podcast.
Lance Stuchell, Head of the Digital Preservation Unit, points at a screen display of 3.5-inch floppy disks during a World Digital Preservation Day event.
  • Scott David Witmer
The U-M Digital Preservation Unit celebrated World Digital Preservation Day on November 7 with zines, cookies, and a 3.5-inch floppy disk data rescue demonstration.
Box of Zip disks
  • Christina Min
The click of death and more fun with Zip disks!
A open sign in a shop window
  • Lance Thomas Stuchell
Our Digital Preservation Lab now has a cool website with shared versions of our workflows to transfer material off current and obsolete media; information on new and vintage equipment used in the lab; and a selection of reports and research on born-digital preservation.
Mold removal setup
  • Christina Min
Part two outlining our findings after discovering some moldy floppy disks.
Moldy floppy disk
  • Christina Min
The first post on how we are dealing with moldy 5.25 floppy disks.
Artsy floppy disk
  • Lance Thomas Stuchell
Major upgrades to our lab space!
Computer monitor planter
  • Lance Thomas Stuchell
Update on work done by the Digital Preservation Unit including efforts on the Digital Preservation Lab, digital file formats, and community outreach.