Difference between revisions of "AMIA-DLF Hack Days"

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* [http://wiki.curatecamp.org/index.php/Association_of_Moving_Image_Archivists_%26_Digital_Library_Federation_Hack_Day_2015 AMIA-DLF Hack Day 2015 ]
 
* [http://wiki.curatecamp.org/index.php/Association_of_Moving_Image_Archivists_%26_Digital_Library_Federation_Hack_Day_2015 AMIA-DLF Hack Day 2015 ]
 
* [http://wiki.curatecamp.org/index.php/Association_of_Moving_Image_Archivists_%26_Digital_Library_Federation_Hack_Day_2016 AMIA-DLF Hack Day 2016 ]
 
* [http://wiki.curatecamp.org/index.php/Association_of_Moving_Image_Archivists_%26_Digital_Library_Federation_Hack_Day_2016 AMIA-DLF Hack Day 2016 ]
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* [https://wiki.curatecamp.org/index.php/Association_of_Moving_Image_Archivists_&_Digital_Library_Federation_Hack_Day_2018 AMIA-DLF Hack Day 2018 ]

Latest revision as of 12:58, 17 October 2018

Since 2013, DLF has co-sponsored an annual Hack Day at AMIA conferences, sometimes sending DLF practitioners as funded fellows to participate and sometimes fostering "cross-pollinator" collaborations with our DLF Forum and the National Digital Stewardship Alliance's Digital Preservation conference.

AMIA-DLF Hack Days are unique opportunities for practitioners and managers of digital audiovisual collections to join with digital library developers and engineers for an intense day of collaboration to develop solutions for audiovisual preservation and access.