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Thursday, August 14 • 10:00am - 11:00am
SESSION 109 - Ethics, Provenance, Metadata: Trust and Recordkeeping in the Cloud?

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In the digital environment, metadata accumulate over the life of records and data. How can we create, manage, and provide metadata sufficient for establishing authenticity, preservation, and access in the expanding universe of cloud computing? Who is responsible? This session explores the possibilities for formalizing and systematizing metadata capture—part of InterPARES Trust, an international, interdisciplinary research project studying trustworthiness of records and data in the cloud.

Rogers: Ethical Metadata: Secure Provenance, Privacy, and Access
Tennis: Metadata, Mutatis Mutandis: Cloud-Based Conceptions of Authenticity Metadata
Thibodeau: Missing Links? What Happens to the Chains of Custody and Preservation in the Cloud?

Speakers
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Corinne Rogers

Project Coordinator, InterPARES Trust, The University of British Columbia
Corinne Rogers is an adjunct professor (diplomatics, digital records forensics) at the University of British Columbia. She is Project Coordinator of InterPARES Trust – international multidisciplinary research into issues of trust in digital objects in online environments, and a... Read More →
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Joseph T. Tennis

Associate Professor & Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, University of Washington
Joseph T. Tennis is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs at the University of Washington Information School, Adjunct Associate Professor in Linguistics, and a member of the Textual Studies and Museology faculty advisory groups at the University of Washington... Read More →
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Kenneth Thibodeau

Independent Researcher, National Archives and Records Administration (Retired)
Internationally recognized expert on electronic records/digital preservation. Retired from NARA; directed development federal Electronic Records Archives. SAA Fellow; winner of Emmett Leahey Award; lifetime achievement award from US Archivist.


Thursday August 14, 2014 10:00am - 11:00am
Virginia C [Lobby Level] Marriott Wardman Park, 2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington, DC 20008

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