Upcoming BCC Students & New Professionals Coffee Hour

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Hannah Wang

Apr 4, 2022, 2:11:52 PMApr 4

The next event in this series is the BCC Students & New Professionals Coffee Hour, on April 13 at 2pm ET! This event will be open to students and new professionals who are not members of the BitCurator Consortium, as well as BCC members. At this casual virtual event, attendees will have an opportunity to meet and network with other students, new professionals, and practitioners in the BitCurator Consortium.

Register for the event here:



The BitCuratorEdu Project and the BitCurator Consortium are holding a series of free events for students and educators interested in digital curation and digital archives. 

The BitCurator Environment is a suite of open source digital forensics and data analysis tools to help librarians and archivists process born-digital materials. Attendees do not need to have experience with the BitCurator Environment - only an interest in the tools and the community! 

Due to limited capacity, registration is required for all events.

  • Learn about BitCurator and the community of digital curation practitioners at the BCC Community Call on February 25 at 2pm ET

  • Have questions about BitCurator and other digital curation tools and technology? Come to the BitCurator Help Desk on March 11 at 2pm ET

  • Meet and chat with other students, new professionals, and practitioners of the BitCurator Consortium at a Coffee Hour on April 13 at 2pm ET

Please forward this email to any students, educators, or new professionals you think may be interested! 

Find more information and register for these events on the BitCurator Consortium website: https://bit.ly/bcc-student-events

The BitCuratorEdu project is an effort funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to study and advance the adoption of digital forensics tools and methods in libraries and archives through professional education efforts. This project is a partnership between Educopia Institute and the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, along with the Council of State Archivists (CoSA) and several Masters-level programs in library and information science.

Hannah Wang | she/her/hers
Community Facilitator, MetaArchive Cooperative
Project Manager, BitCuratorEdu
Educopia Institute
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