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Creator:
Redwine, Gabriela, author.
Title(s):

Born digital : guidance for donors, dealers, and archival repositories / by Gabriela Redwine, Megan Barnard, Kate Donovan, Erika Farr, Michael Forstrom, Will Hansen, Jeremy Leighton John, Nancy Kuhl, Seth Shaw, and Susan Thomas.

Published/Created:
Washington, D.C. : Council on Library and Information Resources, [2013]
©2013
Physical Description:
[37] unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
V 2709
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Notes:
"October 2013."
Printout from the online publication, "Council on Library and Information Resources",
Includes bibliographical references.
Born Digital: Guidance for Donors, Dealers, and Archival Repositories offers recommendations to help ensure the physical and intellectual well being of born-digital materials transferred from donors to archival repositories. The main body of the report surveys the primary issues and concerns related to born-digital acquisitions and is intended for a broad audience with varying levels of interest and expertise, including donors, dealers, and archival repositories.
Subject Terms:
Archives -- Acquisitions.
Archives -- Acquisitions.
Digital preservation.
Digital preservation.
Electronic publications.
Electronic publications.
Electronic records.
Electronic records.
Contributors:
Barnard, Megan, 1978- author.
Donovan, Kate (Kate M.), author.
Farr, Erika, author.
Forstrom, Michael, author.
Hansen, William M., 1979- author.
John, Jeremy Leighton, author.
Kuhl, Nancy, 1971- author.
Shaw, Seth, author.
Thomas, Susan (Susan Elizabeth), author.
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  • Introduction
  • Initial collection review
  • Privacy and intellectual property
  • Key stages in acquiring digital materials
  • Post-acquisition review by the repository
  • Conclusions.