Leveraging an OAIS Digital Preservation System to Build a Locally Relevant Digital Library

Leveraging an OAIS Digital Preservation System to Build a Locally Relevant Digital Library 

Binghamton University Libraries began digitizing special collections in 2006 and utilizing multiple digital repository platforms for storage and access. However, it was the 2010 admonition by the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Sustainable Digital Preservation and Access (“without preservation, there is no access”) that prompted a re-examination of this strategy. Realizing that several digital silos had been developed, each with its own public interface, and all lacking long-term preservation components, the institution embarked upon building a digital library mirroring the traditional library values of a print library

Source: CNI

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