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{"session":[{"session_id":7319,"session_date":"2014-04-01","session_start_time":"07:30","session_end_time":"19:00","session_location":"","session_chair":"","session_title":"Museums and the Web Deep Dive:
Assessing Tools and Best Practices
for Email Preservation and Access in Art Museums","session_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/assessing-tools-and-best-practices-for-email-preservation-and-access-in-art-museums","session_content":"

A special session hosted April 1st as part of Museums and the Web 2014.\r\nSession Chairs: Susan Chun<\/a> and\u00a0\u00a0Dale Kronkright<\/a>\r\nAbout<\/a> | Program<\/a> | Register<\/a> | Sponsor<\/a><\/p>","proposals":[{"proposal_id":10257,"proposal_title":"7:30am - 8:30am Continental Breakfast in the Foyer","proposal_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/730am-830am-continental-breakfast-in-the-foyer","proposal_type":"Other","proposal_content":"\t","paper_id":"","paper_title":"","paper_url":"","author":[{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/Rich%20Cherry","author_firstname":"Rich","author_lastname":"Cherry","author_institution":"Museum Operations","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/07e1867e334c4d8bc18cfc52359f15f2?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Rich Cherry is the founder and managing partner at Museum Operations, a museum start-up, operations, technology, and construction management consultancy. Most recently, Rich was the deputy director of The Broad, an award-winning contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles. The Broad opened to rave reviews in 2015 and immediately joined the list of the 100 most-attended art museums in the world. At the Broad, he was responsible for the museum\u2019s operations, including visitor services, collections management, information technology, finance, retail, security, human resources, marketing and communications, parking operations, and facilities. \r\nPrior to opening, Rich managed the planning, design, and construction of The Broad, its parking structure, and the adjacent outdoor plaza and streetscape. To design The Broad as an innovative visitor experience, Rich also initiated and implemented a mobile ticketing and mobile retail system, as well as a mobile audio app with contextually aware content. He also designed and implemented an award-winning program for visitor service floor staff utilizing a custom online learning management system for training a diverse team of associates in security, customer service, art, and architecture. \r\nPreviously, Cherry was the founding director of the Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC), a consortium of 27 cultural organizations working together to facilitate and execute the use of online technology in the museums, cultural arts, and science institutions in Balboa Park, San Diego. He also served as the director of operations at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, where he oversaw information technology, operations, admissions, facilities, security, capital projects, and more than $90 million in ongoing construction; and, as the chief information officer, director of facilities, and head of library and archives at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. He was previously the chief information officer of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and has taught New Media Theory, Web Design, and Animation in the Media Studies department at the State University of New York at Buffalo. \r\nRich serves as co-chair for MuseWeb, (formerly Museums and the Web), an international conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of museums in a digital world and as president of the MuseWeb Foundation, which he co-founded to accelerate innovation in cultural practice and business. He was vice chair of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission, a board member of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation, and a project advisor on the National Science Foundation-funded Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance STEM Program. \r\nBefore his museum career, Rich worked in technology in banking and manufacturing, and as a field service engineer. He was also a commercial diver in the Gulf of Mexico and served six years in the United States Marine Corps.","author_twitter":"@richcherry"}]},{"proposal_id":10270,"proposal_title":"8:30am - 9:00am Opening remarks and introductions in the Baltimore Ballroom\t","proposal_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/830am-845am-opening-remarks-in-the-baltimore-ballroom","proposal_type":"Other","proposal_content":"","paper_id":"","paper_title":"","paper_url":"","author":[{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/GOKConservator","author_firstname":"Dale","author_lastname":"Kronkright","author_institution":"The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/3893713000432ca3b35687ba8f904581?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Head of Conservation and conservator at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum since 1996. Formerly Senior Conservator for Museum of New Mexico and Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Instructor at Getty Conservation Institute and Art Conservation Graduate Program, Buffalo. Interests:after 35 years, there are many but for the last 15 years, digital preservation technologies applied to heritage sites and collections: 3D imaging for the automated documentation and monitoring of condition and deterioration of artistic materials and heritage sites. Museum lighting and prevention of light damage to cultural materials. Remote sensor and micro-environmental technologies for the preservation of works of art and cultural materials on exhibition. Vibration monitoring and mitigation for art in transit. Analyses and characterization of studio materials and techniques for works of art and cultural materials. @gokconservator on twitter; GOKConservator on Google+; dkronkright@okeeffemuseum.org","author_twitter":"@gokconservator"},{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/schun","author_firstname":"Susan","author_lastname":"Chun","author_institution":"Susan Chun, Publishing, Consulting, and Research","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/e2caf64d07efc533ec239844c37c5642?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Susan Chun is a California-based cultural heritage consultant and researcher, focusing on the intersection of publishing, information strategy, and technology. Until recently, she was Chief Content Officer at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago where she was responsible for the design, publishing, and new media division. She has also been employed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Asia Society, Alfred A. Knopf, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. \r\n\r\nHer work focuses on publishing; information management and collections aggregation; cultural data; intellectual property policy and open content initiatives; accessibility; and advanced search strategies. She has led a number of pioneering multi-institutional research and development projects in the museum and library community including the Coyote visual description project, Steve: The Museum Social Tagging Project, and Project Audience, an interdisciplinary collaboration of arts and culture organizations founded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. She researches, writes, teaches, and lectures regularly on museum publishing, IP policy and open content initiatives, cataloguing, and accessibility.","author_twitter":"@schun"}]},{"proposal_id":10273,"proposal_title":"9:00am - 9:45am Keynote: Chris Prom in the Baltimore Ballroom\t","proposal_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/900am-945am-keynote-chris-prom-in-the-baltimore-ballroom","proposal_type":"Other","proposal_content":"Christopher J. (Chris) Prom is Associate Director of University of Illinois Archives and a Professor of Library Administration at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He holds a PhD in history from the University of Illinois and also studied at the University of York (United Kingdom). He is a Fellow of the Society of American Archivists and has received several research fellowships including a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award.\r\nHe has served the Society of American Archivists in several capacities and is currently Publications Editor for the Society. He maintains the Practical E-Records Blog and an active publication portfolio. His research describes the ways in which archival users seek information relevant to their needs and assesses methods that archivists can use to efficiently meet those needs. He authored a technical watch report for the Digital Preservation Coalition, \u201cPreserving Email,\u201d and is currently researching methods to preserve social media records.","paper_id":"","paper_title":"","paper_url":"","author":[{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/Rich%20Cherry","author_firstname":"Rich","author_lastname":"Cherry","author_institution":"Museum Operations","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/07e1867e334c4d8bc18cfc52359f15f2?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Rich Cherry is the founder and managing partner at Museum Operations, a museum start-up, operations, technology, and construction management consultancy. Most recently, Rich was the deputy director of The Broad, an award-winning contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles. The Broad opened to rave reviews in 2015 and immediately joined the list of the 100 most-attended art museums in the world. At the Broad, he was responsible for the museum\u2019s operations, including visitor services, collections management, information technology, finance, retail, security, human resources, marketing and communications, parking operations, and facilities. \r\nPrior to opening, Rich managed the planning, design, and construction of The Broad, its parking structure, and the adjacent outdoor plaza and streetscape. To design The Broad as an innovative visitor experience, Rich also initiated and implemented a mobile ticketing and mobile retail system, as well as a mobile audio app with contextually aware content. He also designed and implemented an award-winning program for visitor service floor staff utilizing a custom online learning management system for training a diverse team of associates in security, customer service, art, and architecture. \r\nPreviously, Cherry was the founding director of the Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC), a consortium of 27 cultural organizations working together to facilitate and execute the use of online technology in the museums, cultural arts, and science institutions in Balboa Park, San Diego. He also served as the director of operations at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, where he oversaw information technology, operations, admissions, facilities, security, capital projects, and more than $90 million in ongoing construction; and, as the chief information officer, director of facilities, and head of library and archives at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. He was previously the chief information officer of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and has taught New Media Theory, Web Design, and Animation in the Media Studies department at the State University of New York at Buffalo. \r\nRich serves as co-chair for MuseWeb, (formerly Museums and the Web), an international conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of museums in a digital world and as president of the MuseWeb Foundation, which he co-founded to accelerate innovation in cultural practice and business. He was vice chair of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission, a board member of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation, and a project advisor on the National Science Foundation-funded Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance STEM Program. \r\nBefore his museum career, Rich worked in technology in banking and manufacturing, and as a field service engineer. He was also a commercial diver in the Gulf of Mexico and served six years in the United States Marine Corps.","author_twitter":"@richcherry"}]},{"proposal_id":10276,"proposal_title":"9:45am - 10:00am Defining the Problem: Overview of the email archiving challenge for art museums in the Baltimore Ballroom","proposal_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/945am-1000am-defining-the-problem-overview-of-the-email-archiving-challenge-for-art-museums-in-the-baltimore-ballroom","proposal_type":"Other","proposal_content":"\t","paper_id":"","paper_title":"","paper_url":"","author":[{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/Rich%20Cherry","author_firstname":"Rich","author_lastname":"Cherry","author_institution":"Museum Operations","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/07e1867e334c4d8bc18cfc52359f15f2?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Rich Cherry is the founder and managing partner at Museum Operations, a museum start-up, operations, technology, and construction management consultancy. Most recently, Rich was the deputy director of The Broad, an award-winning contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles. The Broad opened to rave reviews in 2015 and immediately joined the list of the 100 most-attended art museums in the world. At the Broad, he was responsible for the museum\u2019s operations, including visitor services, collections management, information technology, finance, retail, security, human resources, marketing and communications, parking operations, and facilities. \r\nPrior to opening, Rich managed the planning, design, and construction of The Broad, its parking structure, and the adjacent outdoor plaza and streetscape. To design The Broad as an innovative visitor experience, Rich also initiated and implemented a mobile ticketing and mobile retail system, as well as a mobile audio app with contextually aware content. He also designed and implemented an award-winning program for visitor service floor staff utilizing a custom online learning management system for training a diverse team of associates in security, customer service, art, and architecture. \r\nPreviously, Cherry was the founding director of the Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC), a consortium of 27 cultural organizations working together to facilitate and execute the use of online technology in the museums, cultural arts, and science institutions in Balboa Park, San Diego. He also served as the director of operations at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, where he oversaw information technology, operations, admissions, facilities, security, capital projects, and more than $90 million in ongoing construction; and, as the chief information officer, director of facilities, and head of library and archives at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. He was previously the chief information officer of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and has taught New Media Theory, Web Design, and Animation in the Media Studies department at the State University of New York at Buffalo. \r\nRich serves as co-chair for MuseWeb, (formerly Museums and the Web), an international conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of museums in a digital world and as president of the MuseWeb Foundation, which he co-founded to accelerate innovation in cultural practice and business. He was vice chair of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission, a board member of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation, and a project advisor on the National Science Foundation-funded Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance STEM Program. \r\nBefore his museum career, Rich worked in technology in banking and manufacturing, and as a field service engineer. He was also a commercial diver in the Gulf of Mexico and served six years in the United States Marine Corps.","author_twitter":"@richcherry"}]},{"proposal_id":10278,"proposal_title":"10:00am - 10:30am Use Case Lightning Talk in the Baltimore Ballroom","proposal_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/1000am-1030am-use-case-lightning-talk-in-the-baltimore-ballroom","proposal_type":"Other","proposal_content":"Six 5- minute or shorter examples of Art Museum staff desired use cases or horror stories or top wishes for functionality. Make comments on this page if you would like to be considered as a Lightning Talk speaker.","paper_id":"","paper_title":"","paper_url":"","author":[{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/GOKConservator","author_firstname":"Dale","author_lastname":"Kronkright","author_institution":"The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/3893713000432ca3b35687ba8f904581?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Head of Conservation and conservator at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum since 1996. Formerly Senior Conservator for Museum of New Mexico and Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Instructor at Getty Conservation Institute and Art Conservation Graduate Program, Buffalo. Interests:after 35 years, there are many but for the last 15 years, digital preservation technologies applied to heritage sites and collections: 3D imaging for the automated documentation and monitoring of condition and deterioration of artistic materials and heritage sites. Museum lighting and prevention of light damage to cultural materials. Remote sensor and micro-environmental technologies for the preservation of works of art and cultural materials on exhibition. Vibration monitoring and mitigation for art in transit. Analyses and characterization of studio materials and techniques for works of art and cultural materials. @gokconservator on twitter; GOKConservator on Google+; dkronkright@okeeffemuseum.org","author_twitter":"@gokconservator"},{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/rlancefield","author_firstname":"Rob","author_lastname":"Lancefield","author_institution":"Yale Center for British Art","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/1b3a235f2b2d59b410e019316a15d4ed?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Rob Lancefield (retired) was Head of IT at the Yale Center for British Art. Before that, he led digital work at the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (Connecticut, US), where he initiated and led the policy development and technical implementation of DAC Open Access Images in 2012. His interests include digital collections strategy, content sharing for aggregated access, digitization project design, helping people lead their museums to offer open content, and nonprofit governance.\r\n\r\nA former president of the Museum Computer Network (MCN), Rob chairs the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Council of Affiliates, a council of leadership representatives from 28 national organizations in the museum field, and is a co-founder of the ImageMuse discussion group, which has grown to connect more than 500 digital imaging professionals in cultural heritage institutions.\r\n\r\nRob has spoken on museum collection systems, image delivery infrastructure, open content, collection digitization, getting projects done, repatriating sound from archives to heritage communities, and other topics at MCN, Museums & the Web, and other conferences. His PhD dissertation examined how experiences of the musical voice and body lent false credence to beliefs about racial difference, and he curated the traveling exhibition \"Performing Images, Embodying Race\" on related visual culture. He is co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Musical Repatriation (Oxford University Press, 2019). Rob also produced the 2011 reissue of 1980s recordings by Talking Drums (http:\/\/talkingdrums.us), an ensemble of Ghanaian and American musicians including himself, for re-release by the American Composers Forum on innova Recordings.\r\n\r\nhttp:\/\/www.linkedin.com\/in\/roblancefield","author_twitter":"@roblancefield"},{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/dhegley","author_firstname":"Douglas","author_lastname":"Hegley","author_institution":"The Metropolitan Museum of Art","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/4ef65965828f21d9506cccba9167d548?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Douglas Hegley, Chief Digital Officer at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, has been at the forefront of digital transformation work in the cultural heritage sector for more than 20 years. With his background in psychology, he uses a human-centered approach that always puts people first. During his career he has helped create collaborative technology operations and to deliver engaging digital content. That work started out in 1997 at The Met, and continued at the Minneapolis Institute of Art in 2011 as the Chief Digital Officer, where he set the vision and strategy for digital media and technology, while also working on new leadership models, strategic planning, and cross-functional collaboration. In 2020, he returned to The Met as the Chief Digital Officer. Mr. Hegley is a strong advocate for productive and transformative organizational change, keeping pace with technology innovation and new business models. He has been recognized by his peers as a leader in the field, is a frequent public speaker, and has served on boards and committees at city, state, regional and national levels.","author_twitter":"@dhegley"},{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/Francine","author_firstname":"Francine","author_lastname":"Snyder","author_institution":"Guggenheim Museum","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/3fb5f48a5d80f25f4fb30e0a06a49e8e?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Francine Snyder is the Director of the Library and Archives at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum where she is responsible for departmental leadership and direction; development, preservation, and access to collections; reference services; electronic records and digitization initiatives; departmental communications; establishment of short- and long-term goals; and interdepartmental projects. Currently, she is in the middle of an 18-month NHPRC grant-funded electronic records start-up project, which is addressing, among other things, email. Prior to joining the Guggenheim Museum, Francine worked as a Project Archivist at Gap, Inc and as the Slide Librarian at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.rnrnOutside of work, Francine is currently a member of Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO)\u2019s Digital Services Advisory Council and Society of American Archivists (SAA)\u2019s Task Force on Member Affinity Groups. She served on the SAA 2011 program committee and is a past co-chair elect\/co-chair for the SAA Museum Archives Section (2009-2011).rn","author_twitter":""},{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/shernandez","author_firstname":"Susan","author_lastname":"Hernandez","author_institution":"The Cleveland Museum of Art","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/0ba82239139b524b853b0d795fb26d63?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Susan Hernandez is the Digital Archivist and Systems Librarian at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Her duties include transferring, accessioning, and processing electronic records; overseeing library and archives databases, systems, and web presence; training museum staff in electronic records management; and serving on the development team for the museum\u2019s institutional repository. Susan is the co-chair of the Society of American Archivists Museum Archives Section Standards and Best Practices Working Group, and serves on the Steering Committee of the Cleveland Archival Roundtable, the Membership Committee of the Society of Ohio Archivists, and as a regional representative on SAA\u2019s Regional Archival Associations Consortium. Susan received her MA in History, Archives, and Museum Studies from Duquesne University and her BA in History and Sociology from Denison University. She earned her Digital Archives Specialist Certificate from the Society of American Archivists in 2013.","author_twitter":""},{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/lsf","author_firstname":"Lynda","author_lastname":"Schmitz Fuhrig","author_institution":"Smithsonian Institution Archives","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/db8a34238ac8267ec8119be1d5ccb73c?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Lynda Schmitz Fuhrig is the electronic records archivist at the Smithsonian Institution Archives. She is responsible for the curation and preservation of born-digital records created by the Smithsonian's many museums and offices. This includes email collections, databases, images, text files, and web and social media sites.rnrnShe was project archivist for the Collaborative Electronic Records Project -- a three-year email preservation project that developed tools and processes to save email messages and attachments at the account level. \r\nShe has taught both email preservation and web archiving courses for the Society of American Archivists.","author_twitter":""}]},{"proposal_id":10280,"proposal_title":"10:30am - 10:45am Morning Coffee and Tea Break in the Foyer","proposal_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/1030am-1045am-morning-coffee-and-tea-break-in-the-foyer","proposal_type":"Other","proposal_content":"\r\n","paper_id":"","paper_title":"","paper_url":"","author":[{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/Rich%20Cherry","author_firstname":"Rich","author_lastname":"Cherry","author_institution":"Museum Operations","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/07e1867e334c4d8bc18cfc52359f15f2?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Rich Cherry is the founder and managing partner at Museum Operations, a museum start-up, operations, technology, and construction management consultancy. Most recently, Rich was the deputy director of The Broad, an award-winning contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles. The Broad opened to rave reviews in 2015 and immediately joined the list of the 100 most-attended art museums in the world. At the Broad, he was responsible for the museum\u2019s operations, including visitor services, collections management, information technology, finance, retail, security, human resources, marketing and communications, parking operations, and facilities. \r\nPrior to opening, Rich managed the planning, design, and construction of The Broad, its parking structure, and the adjacent outdoor plaza and streetscape. To design The Broad as an innovative visitor experience, Rich also initiated and implemented a mobile ticketing and mobile retail system, as well as a mobile audio app with contextually aware content. He also designed and implemented an award-winning program for visitor service floor staff utilizing a custom online learning management system for training a diverse team of associates in security, customer service, art, and architecture. \r\nPreviously, Cherry was the founding director of the Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC), a consortium of 27 cultural organizations working together to facilitate and execute the use of online technology in the museums, cultural arts, and science institutions in Balboa Park, San Diego. He also served as the director of operations at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, where he oversaw information technology, operations, admissions, facilities, security, capital projects, and more than $90 million in ongoing construction; and, as the chief information officer, director of facilities, and head of library and archives at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. He was previously the chief information officer of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and has taught New Media Theory, Web Design, and Animation in the Media Studies department at the State University of New York at Buffalo. \r\nRich serves as co-chair for MuseWeb, (formerly Museums and the Web), an international conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of museums in a digital world and as president of the MuseWeb Foundation, which he co-founded to accelerate innovation in cultural practice and business. He was vice chair of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission, a board member of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation, and a project advisor on the National Science Foundation-funded Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance STEM Program. \r\nBefore his museum career, Rich worked in technology in banking and manufacturing, and as a field service engineer. He was also a commercial diver in the Gulf of Mexico and served six years in the United States Marine Corps.","author_twitter":"@richcherry"}]},{"proposal_id":10281,"proposal_title":"11:00am - 11:30am Stanford University Libraries: ePADD Project in the Baltimore Ballroom","proposal_url":"https:\/\/mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com\/1100am-1130am-stanford-university-libraries-epadd-project-in-the-baltimore-ballroom","proposal_type":"Other","proposal_content":"Stanford University Libraries Special Collections has received a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to develop a software program to process email archives and make them discoverable. The two-year project will start on July 1, 2013 and conclude on June 30, 2015.\r\n\r\nThe end goal is to produce an open-source tool that will allow repositories and individuals to interact with email archives before and after they have been transferred to a repository. It would consist of four modules, each based on a different functional activity: Processing (arrangement and description), Appraisal (collection development), Discovery (online via the web), and Delivery (access). The software is built on MUSE (Memories Using Email) which is an active research project in the Mobisocial lab at Stanford University.","paper_id":"","paper_title":"","paper_url":"","author":[{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/peterchanws","author_firstname":"Peter","author_lastname":"Chan","author_institution":"Stanford University","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/2fb824ebf9faf2379686b8e5b911c8a6?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"I am responsible for the development and implementation of the workflow for pre-accessioning, accessioning, processing, and delivering born-digital archives. I promote the Stanford Born-digital Archives Program and liaise with partners both inside and outside Stanford on born-digital archives projects.\r\n\r\nSelected publications\r\n\r\nWhite Paper, Born-Digital Collections: An Inter-Institutional Model for Stewardship (AIMS), winter 2011 (received NDSA Innovation Award, 2012)\r\n\r\nProcessing Email Archives in Special Collections, Sudheendra Hangal, Peter Chan, Monica S. Lam, and Jeffrey Heer, In Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Conference (DH2012), Hamburg, Germany, July 2012. rn","author_twitter":""},{"author_url":"http:\/\/www.museumsandtheweb.com\/member\/gedwards","author_firstname":"Glynn","author_lastname":"Edwards","author_institution":"Stanford University","author_image":"www.gravatar.com\/avatar\/d7cbc5bca31c0f03646f69779dd7bc99?s=200","author_country":"USA","author_bio":"Glynn Edwards manages the Manuscripts Division in the Department of Special Collections at Stanford University. The division takes in an average of 1,800 linear feet a year. She plans and directs special large processing\/digitization projects in collaboration with subject specialists and our digital group on campus and also manages the departments' Born-Digital Program in collaboration with Digital Libraries Systems and Services. The BD program has one digital archivist, who is responsible for helping to develop and test new tools and workflows for the library. Glynn is the director of a two-year project, funded by NHPRC, to develop an email processing and delivery program (ePADD). Previously, Glynn was a participant of the AIMS Born-Digital project and one of several authors of the AIMS Project's White Paper on stewarding born-digtial materials and best practices (2012). The four-institution collaboration was comprised of the University of Virginia, Yale University, and the University of Hull and was funded by the Andrew W. 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