Recently, the National Digital Stewardship Alliance Innovation Working Group announced the winners of the 2014 NDSA Innovation Awards. Each year the Innovation Working Group solicits nominations for projects, individuals, and organizations doing innovative and substantive work in digital preservation. This is the third year they have handed out these awards and previous blog posts list the 2012 recipients and the 2013 recipients.
Learn more about the 2014 recipients.
+ Institution: National Software Reference Library, National Institute for Standards and Technology
+ Project: XFR STN, The New Museum. “XFR STN” (Transfer Station)
+ Individual: Trevor Muñoz, Assistant Dean for Digital Humanities Research at the University of Maryland Libraries and an Associate Director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities.
+ Future Steward: Emily Reynolds, National Digital Stewardship Resident, The World Bank.
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