Digital Preservation Essentials

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Abstract

Digital Preservation Essentials is part of the series Trends in Archives Practice. It includes two modules by Erin O'Meara and Kate Stratton:

* Module 12: Preserving Digital Objects: Explores concepts of digital preservation in the archival context, focusing on standards and metadata required to make digital objects accessible and understandable over time.

* Module 13: Digital Preservation Storage: Provides an introduction to digital storage best practices for long-term preservation, including terminology, hardware, and configurations.

As University of Illinois Preservation Librarian Kyle R. Rimkus notes in the introduction, "The successful archivist needs a grounding in the fundamental concepts of digital preservation, a command of its key terminology and practices, and an ability to build effective programs and practices. These modules provide an excellent point of entry."
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherSociety of American Archivists
Number of pages135
ISBN (Print)1-931666-95-4
StatePublished - 2016

Publication series

NameTrends in Archives Practice

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