Kelly Eubank

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Kelly Eubank is the Electronic Records Archivist with the North Carolina Archives and Records. Since 2001, she has seen the transformation of state government from a paper based organization to one that uses technology to conducts its business, thus producing electronic records. During her employment, the State Archives and State Library have collaborated to launch a web site archiving program as well as participating in several grants thus establishing the framework for a digital repository. Currently, she is project manager for the Email Collaboration Initiative, a federally funded grant that involves the participation of staff from Kentucky and Pennsylvania. The goal of the project is to create an e-mail collection and preservation tool using an XML schema as the preservation copy of the data. The collection piece uses the standard Internet Mapping Access Protocol to transfer data to the archive. She is also co-lead with the Center for Geographic Information and Analysis on a Library of Congress grant through their National Digital Information Infrastructure Preservation Program to collect and preserve geospatial information.

She received her undergraduate degree in history from UNC Chapel Hill and a Masters degree from North Carolina State University in Public History.


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