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Created Content Committee Podcasts

Archive of CARLI Created Content Committee podcasts. All relevant podcasts are listed here.

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An interview with the digital powrr Team

Released: April 15, 2014
Length: 30 minutes

Interview with Digital POWRR (Preserving Objects With Restricted Resources): In this 30-minute podcast, committee members Anne and Paul talk with Jamie Schumacher and Lynne Thomas from Digital POWRR (Preserving Objects With Restricted Resources).

Using Web Analytics to Assess and Appraise Digital Collections

Released: May 2, 2014
Length: 21 minutes

Getting the most out of Google Analytics for your digital collections: Adam and Margaret talk about how to get the most useful data out of Google Analytics to assess the usage of digital collections and choose future collections to digitize.

Archivematica: An interview with Courtney Mumma

Released: December 10, 2014
Length: 23 minutes

Interview with Courtney Mumma; Consultant, US and International Community Development; at Artefactual. In this interview, committee members Mary and Paul talk with Courtney about Archivematica, a free and open-source digital preservation system.

DPLA in Illinois

Released: February 25, 2016
Length: 37 minutes

Illinois' Digital Public Library of America Hub: Committee members Adam and Margaret speak with Sandra Fritz and Andrew Bullen from the Illinois State Library about the Illinois Hub for the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). Discussion includes the process involved in being picked as a state Hub for the DPLA project and where Illinois is now in the processing of contributing items to DPLA. For more information and for future news and updates, visit the DPLA Illinois Blog:

An Interview with Eric Kurt

Released: April 29, 2016
Length: 17 minutes

In this podcast, Anne Shelley of Illinois State University interviews Eric Kurt, Media Commons Coordinator in the Undergraduate Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Eric discusses digital projects students are creating using the services, technology, and expertise available in an academic library media commons. Visit the Media Commons website at: