Karen F. Gracy, Ph.D., has developed and delivered coursework in digital preservation and curation, moving image archiving, preservation and conservation of cultural heritage materials, and archival description and representation. She completed her undergraduate degree in English and French (B.A.) at the University of California, Berkeley, and holds an M.A. in critical studies of film and television, as well as an M.L.I.S. and Ph.D. in library and information science from UCLA. She is the author of Film Preservation: Competing Definitions of Value, Use, and Practice (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2007).
Ph.D., University of California-Los Angeles; , M.L.I.S., University of California-Los Angeles; , M.A., University of California-Los Angeles; , B.A., University of California-Berkeley
Digital Preservation, Preservation Education, Preservation of Moving Images, Social Contexts of Information Creation and Use, Focusing on Ethics and Values, Information Policy, Focusing on Intellectual Property Issues, Digital Curation, Linked Open Data, Moving image archiving