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Audio Digitization Project: The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives

Audio Digitization Project: The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives

The following is a reflection that was created for GLIS 689 Selected Topics. This course was offered by the School of Information Studies at McGill University in 2019. Project Overview The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives has a collection of recorded interviews on audio cassettes that date from 1977 to 2010. The Church’s Committee on…

Audio Digitization Workflow: The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives

Audio Digitization Workflow: The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives

I am currently working on an audio digitization project with The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives to fulfill the requirements for GLIS 689 Selected Topics, which is offered by the School of Information Studies at McGill University. This course allows students to explore a topic related to information studies by creating an individualized program. The…

Processing the Archives: The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives

Processing the Archives: The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives

This summer, I worked as a Project Archivist for The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives. As part of my employment, I was responsible for processing the Mark Young Stark family fonds. Rev. Mark Young Stark served as the Presbyterian Minister in Ancaster, Ontario from 1833-1854 and in Dundas, Ontario from 1833 until his retirement in…

Home Movie Preservation: Westmount Public Library

Home Movie Preservation: Westmount Public Library

What is a Home Movie? Home movies are amateur films that capture private moments that are not available on commercially produced films. This type of film making usually concerns itself with aspects of family life, such as family reunions, personal vacations, celebrity sightings, and community events. In recent years, amateur film and film making have…

“Internet History Is Fragile”: Archiving and Preserving The Web

“Internet History Is Fragile”: Archiving and Preserving The Web

“Once it’s on the internet, it’s there forever.” That is the popular sentiment. But what happens when web data has been altered or deleted, how do we access the original data? Recently, there was public outcry in response to the removal of several pages from the official White House website by the Trump administration. Pages on…

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