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208. National Case Studies

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  1. Jane Morrison

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Description: The three papers in Session 208 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of National Case Studies providing examples of good practice at the national level. Session chair: Jane Morrison.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • 208.1 Creating a holdings format profile and format matrix for risk-based digital preservation planning at the national archives and records administration.

    One of the greatest challenge for any archive is the multiplicity of file formats, some of which may be decades old. For the United States National Ar...

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  • 208.2 The Rescue of the Danish Bits - A case study of the rescue of bits and how the digital preservation community supported. -- Award winner: Best Long Paper

    The aim of this paper is to illustrate how vulnerable bit preservation is, regardless of how well prepared you think you are, and hopefully to inspire...

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  • 208.3 Preservation planning for emerging formats at the British Library.

    Day, Jenkins, Pennock & 1 more
    The British Library and the other UK Legal Deposit Libraries have been collecting various forms of born-digital digital publications since 2013 as par...

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