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Kit Arrington

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Kit Arrington is a Digital Library Specialist in the Prints & Photographs Division at the Library of Congress where she is a project coordinator for the digitization of multiple formats of material including the architectural, design and engineering collections. She is a participant in the development of internal and external best practices for conversion and digital preservation including the Library of Congress’ Recommended Formats Statement and the Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative. As the coordinator of the Library’s online presentation of the National Park Service’s Heritage Documentation Programs Historic American Buildings Survey, Historic American Engineering Record, and Historic American Landscapes Survey, Kit serves as an advisor to the HDP programs on digital documentation, including recent participation on the development of guidelines for documentary digital photography. Since presenting on the issues and challenges of preserving digital design documentation in 2010 at the Center for Heritage Conservation’s Annual Historic Preservation Symposium, Kit has been a resource at the Library for exploring the issues related to preservation and access to digital design documentation. She received her B.A. degree as a Humanities Field Major from the University of California, Berkeley.