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Description: The Access Practices subgroup of the DLF Born-Digital Working Group produces research on access practices and user experiences with born-digital collections. "Collecting User Experiences, Needs, and Desires for Accessing Born-Digital Archival Collections: Survey Analysis” provides a summary of research conducted in 2018-2019 by the Access Practices and Outreach subgroup of the Digital Library Federation’s Born-Digital Access Working Group. The goal of the subgroup’s research project was to measure user perceptions of and experience with accessing born-digital archival material in order to glean improvements in existing access workflows and provide insight into new workflows.

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The DLF Born-Digital Access Working Group is pleased to share “Collecting User Experiences, Needs, and Desires for Accessing Born-Digital Archival Collections: Survey Analysis.” This document provides a summary of research conducted in 2018-2019 by the Access Practices and Outreach subgroup of the Digital Library Federation’s Born-Digital Access Working Group. The summary document is accompanied b...

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