ePADD

SUL Rosette

In Emerging Collaborations for Accessing and Preserving Email, written by Chris Prom, Assistant University Archivist and Professor, University of Illinois for the Library of Congress website, a Stanford Libraries technology was one of several featured: "One of the most exciting presentations was provided by Peter Chan and Glynn Edwards from Stanford University."

" With generous funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, as well as some internal support, the ePADD Project ("Email: Process, Appraise, Discover, Deliver") is using natural language processing and entity extraction tools to build an application that will allow archivists and records creators to review email, then process it for search, display and retrieval. Best of all, the web-based application will include a built-in discovery interface and users will be able to define a lexicon and to provide visual representations of the results."

Read the entire article, Emerging Collaborations for Accessing and Preserving Email