Saving Games: Code4lib Mid-Atlantic

Last Thursday I had the privilege to deliver a presentation for the August monthly meetup for Code4lib Mid-Atlantic.   I talked about the challenges facing video game preservation and what they mean for people in cultural institutions.  I want to thank everyone who attended for all of your great questions and feedback.  For those weren’t able to make the trip out to Temple University’s Paley Library, I have attached a copy of my notes along with a hopefully useful bibliography here (Impellizeri Code4Lib Talk).  I will also be conducting an expanded version of this talk at the upcoming October meeting of Archivists Being Awesome.

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About kevinimpellizeri

I'm a Ph.D. candidate in history at the University of Delaware where I am studying the social and cultural impact of video games in America. When I'm not studying history or playing video games I offer my voice on 91.3 WVUD Newark and review bad horror movies at www.horrorsofhorror.com. You can follow me on Twitter at @KDImpellizeri
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