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[http://bentley.umich.edu/about/what-we-do/digital-curation-strategies-and-procedures/680-2/ University of Michigan]
[http://bentley.umich.edu/about/what-we-do/digital-curation-strategies-and-procedures/680-2 University of Michigan]
[https://sites.google.com/site/workflowdocumentation/home Stanford University]
[https://sites.google.com/site/workflowdocumentation/home Stanford University]

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"Demystifying Born Digital Reports" from OCLC Research, In particular: "Walk this Way: Detailed Steps for Transferring Born-Digital Content from Media You Can Read In-house" by Julianna Barrera-Gomez and Ricky Erway, OCLC Research (June 2013).

"ARL Spec Kit 329: Managing Born-Digital Special Collections and Archival Materials" (August 2012)

ASERL Webinar, April 16th, 2013, UVa (Gretchen Gueguen): "Management of Incoming Born-Digital Collections":

  1. Video presentation
  2. Powerpoint presentation
  3. Follow-up questions and answers

Digipres tools by type and function an impressive list of tools listed by type and function by Digipres.org

BitCurator tools for extraction and documentation of incoming digital content

2013 presentation on BitCurator by Cal Lee

Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections CLIR report, Dec. 2010

Born Digital: Guidance for Donors, Dealers, and Archival Repositories CLIR report, Oct. 2013

Formats Guidelines North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, Sept. 2012

AIMS White Paper UVa Library, Jan. 2012

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