Archivist Eira Tansey (University of Cincinnati) has written a detailed trip report outlining her experience in the Digital Forensics course at the Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching Institute (HILT), taught by Kam Woods (UNC-Chapel Hill) and Porter Olsen (University of Maryland) of BitCurator.

In addition to a day-by-day recap of the course and the lectures, discussions, field trips, and presentations at HILT, Tansey includes a bibliography of “readings that were directly or indirectly referenced during the Digital Forensics workshop — some recommended, some I found Googling around on my own.”


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