Please join us for a gathering of BitCurator users on the evening of August 12th after the SAA Research Forum from 5:30PM to 7:30PM. Come meet other BitCurator users and share your experiences working with digital forensics and BitCurator. In addition to collaborating with other BitCurator users, meet with BitCurator Co-PI’s Cal Lee and Matt … >>
The BitCurator Consortium (BCC) is an independent, community-led membership association that will serve as the host and center of administrative, user and community support for the BitCurator environment. Its purpose is to support curation of born-digital materials through the application of open-source digital forensics tools by institutions responsible for such materials. The BitCurator project (2011-2014), … >>
Hello everyone, The latest release of the BitCurator environment (0.8.4) is now available at our wiki (http://wiki.bitcurator.net). Direct links and MD5 checksums can be found on the wiki, or you can follow the links below: The BitCurator Virtual Machine – 2.5GB The BitCurator Installation ISO – 2.2GB This release includes a range of stability updates … >>
For those who were unable to attend February’s webinar on external media and the BitCurator environment, a recording of the event can be viewed here. BitCurator webinar on external media.
Note: Due to a scheduling conflict with one of the presenters, this webinar has been rescheduled for April 9th. Join us for BitCurator’s montly webinar series on applying digital forensics tools and methods to the preservation of born-digital materials in collecting institutions. The webinar will be held on Wednesday, April 9th at 11:00am EST. You … >>