With 2012 safely behind us, let us praise some of the best things that happened last year in digital preservation. This is something of a tradition for us, as we have previously run down a list for 2011 and 2010.
I cast a wide net and mustered my objectivity in in picking activities with the potential for broad, collaborative impact in the world-wide effort to keep digital material available and accessible over time. The resulting list covers an assortment of practical, hands-on information, as well as tools for helping with outreach, program assessment and research data management.
Source: The Signal