New Journal Article in Journal of Documentation (2022): The emergence of digital reformatting in the history of preservation knowledge: 1823- 2015.
Lischer-Katz, Z. (2022). The emergence of digital reformatting in the history of preservation knowledge: 1823- 2015. Journal of Documentation. https://doi.org/10.1108/JD-04-2021-0080 Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to understand the emergence of digital reformatting as a technique for preserving information within the cultural heritage preservation community by reviewing historical trends in modern preservation research. […]
New Publication in Preservation, Digital Technology, & Culture “Using 3D/VR for research and cultural heritage preservation”
Using 3D/VR for Research and Cultural Heritage Preservation: Project Update on the Virtual Ganjali Khan Project. This paper describes the Virtual Ganjali Khan Project, an ongoing research initiative that is using 3D scanning and immersive virtual reality (VR) technologies to document a large historical landmark in the desert city of Kerman, Iran, the Ganjali Khan […]
New Publication in C&RL Journal: “3D Data Repository Features, Best Practices, and Implications for Preservation Models: Findings from a National Forum”
Just Published in College & Research Libraries Journal! 3D Data Repository Features, Best Practices, and Implications for Preservation Models: Findings from a National Forum DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/crl.81.5.789 Juliet L. Hardesty, Jennifer Johnson, Jamie Wittenberg, Nathan Hall, Matt Cook, Zack Lischer-Katz, Zhiwu Xie, Robert McDonald Abstract This study identifies challenges and directions for 3D/VR repository standards and […]
New Publication in Records Management Journal, “Archiving experience: An exploration of the challenges of preserving virtual reality.”
Purpose This paper aims to explore the opportunities and challenges that immersive virtual reality (VR) technologies pose for archival theory and practice. Design/methodology/approach This conceptual paper reviews research on VR adoption in information institutions and the preservation challenges of VR to identify ways in which VR has the potential to disrupt existing archival theory […]
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