The mission of the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) is to develop a national strategy to collect, preserve and make available significant digital content, especially information that is created in digital form only, for current and future generations. In 2008, the NDIIPP partners shared content through a simple web page. In order […]
On behalf of the original Simile team, Zepheira is pleased to announce the launch of a new “Exhibit 3.0” project which will build on the success of the current Exhibit tool but redesign it to be far more scalable, flexible and modular. The Exhibit 3.0 home page provides the following overview of the project: “Exhibit […]
MacKenzie Smith, Associate Director for Technology of MIT Libraries and Eric Miller, President of Zepheira will be providing a CNI Coalition of Networked Information briefing on Exhibit 3.0. Exhibit 3.0 is a new project funded by the Library of Congress is a collaboration among MIT Libraries, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab and Zepheira […]
The Library of Congress Digital Preservation initiative has released a new faceted interface to explore over 1400 digital collections preserved by the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) partners across the globe. This interface was created using the Recollection platform (Update: now Viewshare), a Library of Congress sponsored, open source platform developed by […]
OCLC Research and the RLG Partnership planning committee have sponsored a two-day event Yours, Mine, Ours: Leadership Through Collaboration focused on strategies for effective collaboration. This event will be at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C, on September 20-21, 2010. Eric Miller from Zepheira will be speaking on the power of global collaborations providing a […]
On 20 July, 2010, in Arlington, VA, The Library of Congress held a Recollection workshop at the Digital Preservation Partners Meeting. The well-attended workshop featured an introduction to the digital preservation and access platform and a session where attendees could build Web applications with their own data within thirty minutes and could then showcase these to other workshop participants. Zepheira […]
Museums and the Web is an annual conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of culture, science and heritage on-line. Eric Miller from Zepheira will be there to help shape emerging social and technical policies that will enable museums to better contribute to and use Wikimedia Commons as well as present work Zepheira is doing in partnership with the Library of Congress and the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) on Recollection, a platform for building communities for distributed curation and data sharing.
GenomeSpace brings together diverse computational tools into one place, enabling scientists without programming skills to easily combine their capabilities and aims to offer a common space to create, manipulate and share an ever-growing range of genomic analysis tools. GenomeSpace will provide a common workspace that enhances the tools interoperability and accelerate scientific research and discovery.
The National Digital Information Infrastructure & Preservation Program of the US Library of Congress receives a major award for government programs. Zepheira is a leading partner in the NDIIPP program, developing the Recollection platform to showcase the tremendous value of digital information being preserved for current and future generations through NDIIPP.
Laura Campbell, Associate Librarian for Strategic Initiatives, and Eric Miller, President of Zepheira will co-present a poster session and demo at the 2009 European Conference on Digital Libraries (ECDL) held in Corfu, Greece from 27 September through 2 October, 2009.