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Learning object summary

This is an inventory of tools in the BitCurator Environment. For each tool, the workflow step, the accepted input (disk image, directory of files, etc.), the type of user interface (GUI/CLI), links to available documentation, and the tool’s function are all listed. This inventory does not include every tool that comes packaged in the BitCurator environment (for example, there are many Linux commands that may aid in data triage or other digital curation activities, but they are too numerous to include). The inventory can serve as a quick reference for instructors who might wish to demonstrate tools in class or discuss how they might be used in different workflows.

Author(s)

Hannah Wang, Cal Lee

Content

Outline

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Learning object type

Instructor support

Learning objectives

This learning object might be used in a lesson to satisfy the following learning objectives:

  • Identify the appropriate tools to: safely acquire born-digital materials from storage media and other modes of transfer; assist in the appraisal of born-digital materials; scan for sensitive information in born-digital materials; and package born-digital materials for preservation and access.

Attributes

Prerequisite knowledge required: None

Delivery mode:

  • Virtual, synchronous
  • Virtual, asynchronous
  • In-person

Set-up needs

Estimated set-up time: N/A

Hardware requirements: N/A

Software installations: N/A

Sample data: N/A

System settings: N/A

Other: N/A

License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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