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||Part 1. Learning about personal digital archives best practices -- Archiving digital photographs / by Sarah Severson -- Archiving social media / by Melody Condron -- Archiving web content / by Cameron Cook -- Archiving audiovisual materials / by Yvonne Ng -- Assess, annotate, export : quick recipes for archiving your personal digital life / by Jamie Wittenberg and Celia Emmelhainz -- Part 2. Personal digital archives and public and community audiences -- The Washington, D.C., Public Library's Memory Lab : a case study / by Jaime Mears -- Digitizing memories and teaching information literacy in Queens, NY / by Natalie Milbrodt and Maggie Schreiner -- Community-based digital archiving : the Plateau Peoples' Web portal at Washington State University / by Lotus Norton-Wisla and Michael Wynne -- Part 3. Personal digital archives and academic audiences -- Personal digital archives programming at liberal arts colleges / by Amy Bocko, Joanna DiPasquale, Rachel Appel, and Sarah Walden McGowan -- Supporting artists' personal archives / by Colin Post -- Personal digital archives as a bridge to research data management / by Sara Mannheimer and Ryer Banta -- Part 4. Social and ethical implications of personal digital archives -- Avoiding the gambit for our personal archives / by Matt Schultz -- Digital photos, embedded metadata, and personal privacy / by Isaiah Beard -- Black folk magic : an autoethnography of digitally archiving Black millennialhood / by Camille Thomas -- Absent others : contemporary mourning and digital estates / by Angela Galvan.