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Category: Communication

Description: The four papers in Session 204 explore topics and issues pertaining to the theme of Case Studies, providing examples of good practice and recent developments for digital preservation. Session chair: Ashley Adair.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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204.1 The Changing Landscape: Preserving Mexican documentary heritage.

This paper provides insights into the Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico (National Library of Mexico)’s efforts to ensure proper stewardship over its digi...

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204.2 The evolution of digital preservation at the Getty Research Institute: How workflows have evolved in the past five years to address our varied needs.

Schroffel, Soleau & Wang
Five years ago, at the Getty Research Institute, we implemented the Ex Libris product Rosetta to preserve and provide access to our digital collection...

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204.3 The Big Migration: Lessons learned at the completion of the 10-Year DRS2 Project -- Runner Up: Best Long Paper Award

This paper shares lessons learned at the completion of a large multi- year project (2008-2018) to move to a next-generation digital preservation repos...

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204.4 Identifiers for Digital Objects: The case of software source code preservation.

Di Cosmo, Gruenpeter & Zacchiroli
In the very broad scope addressed by digital preservation initiatives, a special place belongs to the scientific and technical artifacts that we need ...

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