Director of Digital Services
Digital Archives; Digital Curation and Preservation; Website and E-mail Preservation; Trustworthy Digital Repositories; Digital Archive-related Data Standards and Best Practices; Electronic Records Management
Education And Training
- B.S., Northwestern University
- Collaborative Electronic Records Project 2005 - 2008
- Ferrante, Riccardo. 2016. "Engineering a Digitization Workflow to Accommodate Crowdsourcing." Collections, 12, (2) 181–186. https://doi.org/10.1177/155019061601200210. 2016
- Ferrante, Riccardo. 2008. Capturing the E-Tiger: New Tools for Email Preservation. 2008
- Ferrante, Riccardo. 2008. Development of the Email Account Preservation Schema. 2008
- Ferrante, Riccardo, Schmitz Fuhrig, Lynda, Adgent, Nancy, and Burbeck, Steve. 2008. "Digital Dilemmas: Archiving Email." In Association of Canadian Archivists 2008 Annual Meeting. Association of Canadian Archivists, editor. Ottowa, Ontario: Association of Canadian Archivists. 2008
- Funkhouser, Colleen, Nakasone, Sonoe, Ferrante, Riccardo, and Mika, Katherine. 2022. Emerging Pathways for the Transcription of Scientific Field Notes [presentation]. Digitizing Hidden Collections Symposium, October 13, 2022. Baltimore, Maryland: Council on Library and Information Resources. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/567RV.
- My teaching focus is on digital preservation for cultural heritage organizations with further topical emphases in born digital material and email. Previously a continuing education instructor for the Society of American Archivists Digital Archives Specialist certificate program, I now teach as part of the Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Program - Museum Studies/Digital Curation Certificate program. My goal is to encourage and inform the generation of digital stewards that will inherent the collections we care for today.