- the history of digital preservation;
- digital preservation and information ethics;
- strategies for getting started, sustaining digitization programs, and performing evaluation;
- fine-tuning digital preservation workflows, with a look at Digital Streams Matrix for analyzing pathways and tasks;
- preserving e-books, mobile device data, and other specific types of materials;
- collaborative efforts in digital preservation, including jargon-free techniques for engaging non-technical colleagues in digital legacy tools and processes; and
- the copyright, legal, and administrative issues connected with digital preservation.
Academic librarians, technical services staff, technologists, and administrators will all benefit from this incisive collection.
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