UAlbany’s Arclight instance, available at https://archives.albany.edu/descripton.
Tool to upload and download file inventories between spreadsheets and the ArchivesSpace API. We use it at UAlbany for file-level description and describing born-digital materials using spreadsheets.
A Python library for working with the ArchivesSpace API. Superseded by community-led ArchivesSnake project.
Scripts to export collections from ArchivesSpace and index them in ArcLight. Also updates ArchivesSpace description for items uploaded in the Hyrax UI.
UAlbany’s ArchivesSpace migration docs and scripts.
This is a working example of how to automate description of Web Archives in ArchivesSpace using the API and the Archive-It and Internet Archive CDX Servers. For ASpace Skill Share. Superseded by describingWebArchives.
Scripts used to automate extraction of 180,000 photos from disk images and make static pages for display.
Experimental tool for automating description for Web Archives in ArchivesSpace according to archival principles using the Archive-It CDX and Partner Data APIs.
EADMachine was an easy EAD creation and editing tool. It’s a Python .exe that reads and writes complete EAD files from spreadsheets. Depricated after ASpace migration.
Workflow application for linking different types of records and creating metadata for the Espy Project, available at https://archives.albany.edu/espy.
A simple-as-possible Rails app that’s mostly scaffolding. This is used to create, edit, and manage curated UAlbany history events displayed in the UAlbany History app.
A Blacklight instance customized as a curated timeline of events from UAlbany’s history, available at https://archives.albany.edu/history.
UAlbany’s Hyrax instance, available at https://archives.albany.edu/catalog.
Ingest and Processing Workflow scripts for born-digital accessions and digitized derivatives.
Link Ranking Project repository for Archives Unleashed 4.0 Web Archives Datathon.
A tool for creating and managing Mailbags, a package for preserving email in multiple formats. Funded by the Email Archives: Building Capacity and Community program.
The UAlbany Archives’s classes for creating Submission Information Packages (SIPs) and Archival Information Packages (AIPs).
Basic sample scripts to get some results with Python. For use with “Python for Archivists”.
Example scripts for using computational tools like NLP for historical research. For November 2016 presentation