This section lists the hardware, software tools, metadata formats, and content types that institutions are using.
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|Jeremy Heil||Queen's University||Archivematica, AtoM, Omeka, Digitization Planning|
|Jenny Jing||Queen's University||eXist, Data Curation and metedata/schema creation|
|Kelli Babcock||University of Toronto||digitization work flow for archives; metadata schemas, xsl; currently working with AtoM/Islandora/Omeka|
|Nick Ruest||York University||Islandora, Preservation Policy, OAIS, Web Archiving, Descriptive, technical, and provenance metadata schemas|
|Stephen Marks||University of Toronto||Repository standards/certification, preservation policy, metadata standards, digital forensics (apprentice level), research data stuff|