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Digital Projects

Experience the library through our digital spaces, including digital collection platforms and social media.

Decker's Digital Initiatives Unit (DIU) implements, manages, and promotes digitization programs, including digital repository services, and serves as intellectual partner to digital pedagogy and scholarship efforts. Interested in hearing more? Contact us at digitaldecker@mica.edu for more information.

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We work on a number of digital projects for the purpose of preservation and access. Here's where you can find our work.

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Decker Library Website User Experience Project

The Digital Initiatives Unit was tasked with reorganizing Decker Library's information architecture in preparation of MICA's website migration/redesign. We broke down our work into four phases and provided information and resources on this site.

Digital Initiatives@Decker Library

Decker Library on Internet Archive

Decker Library uses Internet Archive as a platform for audiovisual collections. There you'll find the MICA Mades collection, which consists of audio and moving image material depicting MICA events, guest lecturers, advertisements, and more.

Decker Library on Internet Archive

MICA Digital Library

The MICA Digital Library is a cross-campus platform for digital collections. Here you'll find graduate theses, our artists' books, and more from our Special Collections.

MICA Digital Library

NDSR Art Residency

Decker Library was awarded a grant to host a resident from the National Digital Stewardship Residency in Art program. Cristina Fontánez Rodríguez is the resident from July 2018 through July 2019. The focus of her residency is to re-evaluate how Decker is acquiring, preserving, and providing access to graduate theses by MICA students.

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The Art of Digital Stewardship: Content, Context, and Structure

As the culminating event for the National Digital Stewardship Residency for Art Information (NDSR Art), the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) hosted The Art of Digital Stewardship: Content, Context, and Structure. During this symposium, NDSR Art residents from MICA's Decker Library, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Small Data Industries presented possible solutions for the acquisition, preservation, and access of digital art and art information, from preserving born-digital documentation of the museum experience to working with at-risk artists' archives.

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