My current research interests involve large-scale digital preservation infrastructure development as well as social justice issues within digital preservation and digital archiving. I am constantly working to combine my professional research with my personal activism and interest in humanitarian efforts.
Donaldson, D.R.; Hill, R.; Dowding, H.; & Keitel, C. Securing Trustworthy Digital Repositories. Paper presented to iPRES 2016. Bern, Switzerland: October 3-6, 2016.
Dowding, H. & Murazsko, M. HydraDAM2: Building Out Preservation At Scale in Hydra. Poster presented to iPRES 2016. Bern, Switzerland: October 3-6, 2016.
Meister, S.; Wilson, C.; Peltzman, S.; & Dowding, H. OSS4Pres 2.0: Building Bridges and Filling Gaps. Workshop presented to iPRES 2016. Bern, Switzerland: October 3-6, 2016.
Gegenbach, M.; Peltzman, S.; Meister, S.; Graham, B.; Waugh, D.; Moran, J.; Seifert, J.; Dowding, H. & Carleton, J. (2016). OSS4EVA: Using Open-Source Tools to Fulfill Digital Preservation Requirements. Code4Lib Journal, 34.
Dowding, H. Process as Product: Modularizing Digital Preservation to Serve Diverse Needs. Poster presented to the IFLA 2016 World Library and Information Congress. Columbus, OH: August 13-19, 2016.
Dowding, H. (2016). Open Access, Digital Preservation, and the Changing Scholarly Record. In Smith, K. & Dickson, K. (Eds.), Open Access and the Future of Academic Libraries. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.