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203. Capacity and Accomplishment

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Description: The five papers in Session 203 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Capacity and Accomplishment to do with organizations and our community developing the wherewithal to engage in sustainabl e digital preservation then measuring our progress. Session chair: Andrea Green

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  • 203.1 Implications of perceived preservation levels.

    This paper describes and explores the concept of perceived preservation levels and their implications. Perceived preservation levels are a way to comm...

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  • 203.2 Preservation Watch at the National Archives of The Netherlands.

    Lucker, Ras, Sierman & 1 more
    In 2015 a new preservation policy of the National Archives of The Netherlands (NaNeth) was approved. Part of our policy is the implementation of the s...

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  • 203.3 Nothing succeeds like success: A framework for evaluating digital preservation outcomes.

    Digital preservation encompasses the theory and practice ensuring purposeful future use of digital resources. But how can one tell whether it has been...

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  • 203.4 Digital preservation interoperability through preservation actions registries.

    Current digital preservation systems such as Archivematica and Preservica lack a common and consistent way to describe and execute preservation polici...

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  • 203.5 All that work … for what? Return on investment for trustworthy archive certification processes – a case study.

    Lindlar & Schwab
    TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology hosts and operates a digital preservation system with three purposes: for the preservation...

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