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Digital Curation Logo illSyllabi are now online for the four core courses of the University of Maine’s brand new Digital Curation program. These include online classes in digital acquisition (DIG 500), representation (DIG 510), access (DIG 540), and preservation (DIG 550).

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Forging Logo Thought thuForging the Future has just launched its own Mesh–a set of documents linked by ThoughtMesh software–on the topic of variable media and preservation. The Mesh includes seventeen essays from the book Permanence Through Change: The Variable Media Approach, making this acclaimed publication accessible to even more readers, and automatically linking it to other texts on preservation published across the Web.

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More Forging presentations: Berkeley’s Rick Rinehart presented “The Persistence of Memory” at the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC), held in Chicago from December 9-10, 2008.

Meanwhile Still Water’s Jon Ippolito discussed the variable media approach to the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres at a meeting of the FGT Foundation in New York from 23-25 January.

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