Thank you for making ‘Save our Stuff’ a success!

Last Wednesday, RADD helped several Madison community members digitize and recover content from audio cassette tapes, VHS tapes, and floppy disks, to name a few. Home movies, journal articles, and datasets were recovered and migrated to more accessible digital formats. Dorothea Salo and SLIS Laboratory Library staff were available to assist in the process and answer questions about long-term storage solutions.

IMG_1659IMG_1658We got some great ideas for how to increase RADD’s capabilities during the event, and hope that we can continue to serve the Madison community¬†with their long-term preservation goals.


Thank you to all who attended and participated! Hope to see you again soon at RADD!

RADD is free and available to use anytime that the SLIS Laboratory Library is open. All SLIS Library staff have been trained to use RADD, so don’t hesitate to ask if you need help with your project!