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Sarah Newhouse

Digital Preservation Archivist

Sarah Newhouse is the digital preservation archivist at the Science History Institute. Her duties include developing workflows for the ingest and preservation of born-digital materials, the conversion of time-based media collections to a digital format, and web archiving. Sarah earned her master’s degree in library and information science, with a concentration in archival studies, from Drexel University. She also has a master’s degree in English with a concentration in medieval literature from the University of Tennessee.

More from Sarah Newhouse

Hit-type subminiture camera

I Spy a Tiny Camera Mystery

What happens when an archivist finds film in an old camera?

old computer hardware and software on shelves

It Came from the Technology Graveyard!

At Halloween, consider what haunts digital archivists the most: technological obsolescence.

A shiny, reflective CD on top of a plastic sleeve

There Are More Fish in the C

The CD drive, that is. Meet some of our newest born-digital collections.