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310.1 The Network Electronic Archiving Concept for Organizing Digital Preservation for Small Archives

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  1. Kathrine Hougaard Edsen Johansen

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Description: This paper presents details about a network organization that enables small public archives in Denmark to do professional digital preservation that both lives up to established best practices and is economically feasible. The Network Electronic Archiving (NEA) is built around extensive collaboration and sharing with archival infrastructure and expert staff at its core. To demonstrate how NEA works in practice, this paper includes the case of one of the small public archives that implement NEA support and services into their day-to-day work. From the point of view of a small archive this case illustrates how sharing and collaboration via NEA has allowed them to do full-scale digital preservation in accordance with OAIS.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • 310. Data Curation

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    The four papers in Session 310 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Data Curation with exampes of current practice. Session chair:...

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