Software Preservation Network

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Description: Our digital heritage is software dependent. With the combined efforts of collecting organizations, academic researchers, legal experts, developers of virtualization and emulation as a service platforms, archivists and other information professionals, SPN is raising awareness for the essential role of software preservation in effective digital stewardship. The Software Preservation Network is made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) LG-73-15-0133-15.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • Founding Documents for SPN

    Documents and materials from SPN Forum 2016 - August 1, Atlanta, GA. by and for attendees at the time. These documents now provide insight into the f...

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  • Related Work

    This component collects work done outside of the SPN. Work or projects that have a home on OSF are listed in the Components section. Work that exist...

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  • SPN @ DCMI 2017

    This presentation discussed the activities of the Metadata Working Group of SPN including preliminary results from its analysis of metadata for softw...

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  • SPN @ Digital Preservation 2017

    This presentation provides an overview of the current work and next steps for 4 SPN Working Groups: Curation-Readiness, Legal/Policy, Research and Met...

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