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Who gives a DAM?: The Iterative Process for Assessing Digital Asset Management Tools
A task force based in the Texas A&M University Libraries is working to assess digital asset systems (DAMS). While situated in the Libraries, the task force is supplemented by campus collaborators from the College of ...
Crafting a Digital Preservation Patchwork: Stitching the Pieces Together
Charged with developing a digital preservation program at Texas A&M University that would provide coverage for the University Libraries and those they serve, in 2015 the newly hired Digital Preservation Librarian began ...
Diving into Data: Implementing a Data Repository at the Texas Digital Library
The need for Data Management services is one of two large‐scale needs consistently expressed by members of the Texas Digital Library (TDL), a consortium of academic libraries throughout the state. In particular, members ...
The Government Documents Digitization Initiative: Shepherding Resources from Shelf to Server
In Fall 2016, the Texas A&M University Libraries embarked on a project to digitize a collection of Flood Insurance Studies, published by the Federal Insurance & Mitigation Administration and to submit them to HathiTrust. ...
Archivematica Across Texas
This poster depicts the academic institutions in Texas currently using the Archivematica digital preservation software to preserve digital content. The poster displays each institution overlaid on a map with key information ...