Perspectives on Personal Digital Archiving
Publisher: National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program 2013
Number of pages: 79
Perspectives on Personal Digital Archiving is intended as resource for individuals -- and the institutions that serve them -- to meet a critical challenge. Our aim is for it to be a primer for the digital archive novice, as well as a refresher for those with more experience.
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