About a decade ago, archivists at Stanford University identified email as one of the most important formats to preserve and make accessible to researchers. We
One of the ways of securing the position of archives in our societies has long been through legislation. Laws on archives and/or on access to
Trust in Conventional Archives we all know but digital Archiving has really changed the concept of modern archiving and has challenged the very basic principles of Archives Administration that we study
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted two important realities of 21st-century life. Technology is essential to life and work. And trust, while also essential, is a fragile commodity.
One of the most common questions we get asked at the DPC about digital preservation is “how do I get started?” Many people are worried
With the upsurge of multimedia content in widely varying formats and substance, often short-lived, scope, access and resilience are the three aspects on which archiving