Automating the Preservation of Electronic Theses and Dissertations with Archivematica

Peer reviewed: 
Yes, item is peer reviewed.
Scholarly level: 
Faculty/Staff
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Date created: 
2013-08
Keywords: 
digital preservation
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Archivematica
Abstract: 

This poster describes the tools, services, and workflows that Simon Fraser University is using to automate the movement of its ETDs (Electronic Theses and Dissertations) from its user-facing Thesis Registration System to the Archivematica digital preservation platform. The poster also describes Simon Fraser University’s plans to expand its digital preservation services using Archivematica, including integration of LOCKSS as a distributed storage network for content managed by Archivematica.

Description: 

Poster presented at iPres 2013, the 10th International Conference on the Preservation of Digital Objects, Lisbon, Portugal, http://ipres2013.ist.utl.pt/

Full text of peer reviewed written component embargoed until the publication of the Conference's proceedings.

Czech translation (source: http://ltp.knihovna.cz/?p=295)

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Conference presentation
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The copyright for this submission is retained by the author(s), with first publication rights granted to the National Library of Portugal for publication in the electronic proceedings, available both as an open access publication from the Digital Library of the National Library of Portugal and as a free ebook from the Online BookShop of the National Library of Portugal.
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