Category Archives: preservation

Burn It Down: Finding Nitrate Film in the Archive

Written by Casey Swank, Graduate Assistant The archivists and graduate assistants here at the Albert Gore Research Center have a running joke: if things in the archive start going south, just burn it down (truly, we ARE kidding). Little did … Continue reading

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On the Road Again: The National Historic Preservation Act 50th Anniversary Exhibit Travels to West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center

On Monday December 5, 2016, Albert Gore Research Center Director Dr. Louis Kyriakoudes and graduate assistant Julie Maresco traveled to the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville, Tennessee, to install the traveling exhibit at its second stop.  The National Historic … Continue reading

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Data Privacy Day: A Few Thoughts From An Archvist/Cybersecurity Professional

by Jim Havron, Archivist Data Privacy Day, known as Data Protection Day in Europe, is “celebrated” by 49 different countries on January 28th each year. In the United States, programs are led by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) with … Continue reading

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