Building Capacity in Digital Preservation: Theoretical Issues, Practical Applications

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Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2019-01
Keywords: 
Digital preservation
Abstract: 

Project reports from a study leave project undertaken in 2018 to look at digital preservation practices and workflows at other archival institutions. The project examined five broad themes: (i) acquisition and transfer of digital archival materials; (ii) repository management; (iii) access administration; (iv) file format case studies; and (v) semi-active records. Project outputs in the end focused more narrowly on theme (i), issues and problems relating to digital transfer.

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English
Document type: 
Report
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