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Thursday, November 16 • 9:15am - 10:00am
Th04: (Combo) Grounded in Theory

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Presentation 1
Where Does a Knot go when It’s Untied: Following Data Through the Abundance of the Web
Rhiannon Bettivia(1), Yi-Yun Cheng(2), Michael Gryk(3,4)
1: Simmons University, USA; 2: Rutgers University, USA; 3: University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, USA; 4: UCONN Health, USA
Provenance is how something comes to be. This talk examines the provenance of syndicated digital data, examining how data moves between sites and platforms. Understanding the paths and origins of data is crucial for digital preservation and future work on improving provenance documentation.
Presentation 2
Inherent Biases of Computing and its Impacts on Born-Digital Collections
Kelsey O'Connell
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
A summary of research conducted on the intrinsic biases of computing technology and its impacts on the creation, preservation, and use of born-digital archives. The talk will include recommendations and promote discussion to improve inclusivity and accessibility of these resources to a wider community.
Presentation 3
Dualites of Digital Curation
Christopher (Cal) Lee
University of North Carolina, United States of America
Digital curation requires the navigation of various dualities, i.e. pairs of options that are opposing but not contradictory or mutually exclusive. I will characterize several of these dualities, as well providing examples of how they impact specific types of digital curation decisions.

Thursday November 16, 2023 9:15am - 10:00am CST
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