PBPF Program Equipment Plans

Here are the Program Equipment Plans from the Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship (PBPF)! One of the goals of the Fellowship was to increase audiovisual preservation education in Library and Information Science (LIS) Programs. To accomplish this goal, funds were used to purchase digitization equipment for four of the five (LIS) Programs involved in the Fellowship: … Continue reading PBPF Program Equipment Plans

A New Archivist’s First Time at AMIA

When I Googled “work conferences” for tips, other searches showed up like “I hate going to conferences”, “work conference anxiety”, and “how to survive a conference”. Although conferences present a great opportunity to create and strengthen connections in your field, learn new skills and concepts, and see what your peers are up to, they can … Continue reading A New Archivist’s First Time at AMIA

PBPF Fellow Workshop Plans

Check out the Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship (PBPF)’s Summer Fellows’ workshop plans! As a component of PBPF, Summer Fellows collaborated with Faculty Advisors at their universities to create a workshop or tutorial that they will conduct for other students. These workshops are designed to extend the reach of the PBPF program at participating universities and … Continue reading PBPF Fellow Workshop Plans

PBPF Handbooks

As part of the Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship (PBPF), check out the Fellows’ completed handbooks! The Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship (PBPF), funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, supports students enrolled in non-specialized graduate programs to pursue digital preservation projects at public broadcasting organizations around the country. The Fellowship is designed to provide … Continue reading PBPF Handbooks