Kopana Terry has over twenty years experience in libraries and archives focused on digital collections with an emphasis on traditional and digital preservation, newspapers, oral history, and media capture and reformatting. Since 2013, she has been the Oral History Archivist for Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History where she manages The Center’s catalogue and content management system SPOKEdb as well as digital preservation, project workflow and liaison, accessioning, A/V studio production and reformatting, and OHMS indexing supervision. She is also the Curator of Historic Newspapers for Kentucky Digital Newspaper Program. From 2007-2013, she managed the NEH funded National Digital Newspaper Program for Kentucky for the Library of Congress’ Chronicling America and she created meta|morphosis: film-to-digital lecture series for global newspaper and microfilm digitization training. She holds a BA in Fine Art [Photography], MLIS, and currently working on her Master's in Historic Preservation from the University of Kentucky. That’s just her day job. She's also a preservationist, photographer, musician, artist, and caretaker of two spunky parents.
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