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Marian Hanley describes the National Library of Australia's PADI Safekeeping project including selection, archiving and workflows. (Originally published in High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine #9 February 2004.)
The National Library of Australia's Preserving Access to Digital Information (PADI) initiative hopes to ensure that information in digital form is managed with appropriate consideration for preservation and future access.
H.M. Gladney provides a checklist of key questions for anybody considering a digital preservation project. (Digital Document Quarterly 1(3) 3Q2002)
This article argues that the technical component of digital preservation R&D should focus on the design and management of digital objects. (Digital Document Quarterly 3(2) 2Q2004).
Maggie Jones and Neil Beagrie have written a practical guide to the subject of managing digital resources over time and the issues in sustaining access to them.
This report written by Adrienne Muir for the Institute for Public Policy Research discusses the issues faced by librarians who are digitising their collections. The issues include copyright, database rights, moral rights and so on. (June 2006).
IFLA and the International Publishers Association agree to work together to obtain practical and long-term results in the area of digital preservation.
Michael Day writes that this study introduces ePrints UK, a project funded as part of the JISC's Focus on Access to Institutional Resources (FAIR) Programme. It first introduces the project and the main features of the FAIR programme as it relates to e-print repositories. Then it provides some general information on open-access principles, institutional repositories and the technical developments that have made their development viable. There follows a review of relevant repositories in the UK and an indication of what impact ePrints UK might have in supporting learning, teaching and research. This is followed by a discussion of perceived impediments to the take-up of institutional repositories, including both practical and cultural issues. A final section investigates the development of ongoing evaluation criteria for the project.
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