His recent book, Saul Bass: The project is impressive and ambitious. Flueckiger began her career as a film critic, before switching to the technical side of film production, becoming a sound designer who worked with internationally respected directors like Claude Goretta. Only after that phase did she embark on an academic career, but she has never given up a practical bent to her research.
The desert setting called for a white wine spritzer. What do you do all day? Together we work to streamline digitization project management.
We also create plans, policies, and procedures for digital archives this includes anything received on or via digital media. Most of my time is spent on the A-level of the Charles E.
One MLIS grad student works to update finding-aids and draft processing guidelines for collections with digital media, and another is in the midst of a case-study for archiving Twitter accounts. A few graduate students select content for scanning and analyze copyright risk.
I also teach undergrads how to scan materials and create metadata.
He digitized them, cleaned up the sound, and discovered the music. I love the elements of mystery and obsolescence, but my favorite part is the Tokyo Boogie Woogie!
First personal item that you put on your desk: The poster reminds me to enjoy the fruits of labor. Most frequently asked question at work: If you fear the unknown, or the command line, you should probably look into other jobs.
Think of your resume as a sampler plate, instead of an all-you-can-eat buffet of accomplishments. Start preparing to negotiate salary and benefits while applying for positions, and keep the salary you want in mind not a range of pay.
One archival intern commandment you would establish: Watch, listen, and remember: The Library of Congress!
I spent a magical summer working as a Junior Fellow there right before moving to LA for grad school. The behind-the-scenes access rocked my world. I processed collections from the June L.
Mazer lesbian archives in the Center for Primary Research and Training for the first year. I also did a yearlong archival processing and rare book cataloging internship at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. A basic understanding of the processes that underlie hardware and software is vital to our work.
The last thing information professionals need to do is shy away from technology. I loved the theoretical focus of the digital preservation class, but I learned how to use suites of forensic tools like BitCurator by myself. To gain more practical experience I also took advantage of opportunities to learn on the job, and travel for workshops.
The abilities to access tools used in the field and experience new technologies are critical to marrying the theory and practice of digital stewardship, and essential to the professional success of future digital archivists.
Plus, a digital forensics lab in the IS building would be awesome!UCLA Bioinformatics faculty member Sriram Sankaraman was among scientists and scholars in the United States and Canada selected to receive Sloan Research Fellowship.
[email protected] Two-color Kodachrome For the last eight years, Barbara Flueckiger has been on a mission to create digital research tools for the study of color film technology and aesthetics. If a foreign dissertation is not at CRL, the UCLA Library's interibrary loan service can request that CRL acquire it for your use.
A special issue of Focus on Global Resources describes CRL's extensive collection of foreign dissertations. Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations. Finally, the archive will serve as a research resource for UCLA graduate students who are working dissertations on related topics, and for community members interested in learning more about their past.
After final approval by the Dean of the Graduate Division, the student files the required number of copies of the dissertation with the Manuscript Advisor of the Office of University Archives.
Deadlines for filing the dissertation fall approximately two weeks before the date the degree is to be awarded. Widely recognized as one of the leading departments in the nation, English at UCLA has long been known for its innovative research and excellence in teaching.