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Cornell/Xerox/Commission on Preservation and Access joint study in digital preservation

Anne R. Kenney

Cornell/Xerox/Commission on Preservation and Access joint study in digital preservation

report, phase I (January 1990-December 1991) : digital capture, paper facsimiles, and network access

by Anne R. Kenney

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Published by Commission on Preservation and Access in Washington, DC (1400 16th St. NW, Suite 740, Washington 20036-2117) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Library materials -- Conservation and restoration.,
  • Image processing -- Digital techniques.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJoint study in digital preservation., Digital capture, paper facsimiles, and network access.
    StatementAnne R. Kenney and Lynne K. Personius.
    ContributionsPersonius, Lynne K., Cornell University., Xerox Corporation., Commission on Preservation and Access.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16910360M

    Master of Arts in Historic Preservation Planning (M.A. HPP) Historic preservation synthesizes design, history, public policy, cultural studies, science, and economics during the process of planning for the future of our cultural and natural resources, our communities, and ourselves. It is an exciting discipline with increasing relevance and urgency as we seek a sustainable future. Intellectual foundations Preserving Digital Information (). The challenges of long-term preservation of digital information have been recognized by the archival community for years. In December , the Research Libraries Group (RLG) and Commission on Preservation and Access (CPA) formed a Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information with the main purpose of investigating what needed to.

    DOCUMENT RESUME ED IR AUTHOR Kenney, Anne R.; Personius, Lynne K. TITLE The Cornell/Xerox Commission on Preservation and. Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation. (). A large-scale study of MySpace: Observations and implications (). Digital forensics formats: seeking a digital preservation storage format for web archiving.” In: (). The Cornell/Xerox Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study.

    Illustration by Jørgen Stamp CC BY Denmark Introduction. This section together with Why digital preservation matters, is designed as a briefing for those new to digital is structured into three inter-linked sub-sections covering Threats to digital materials, Organisational issues, and Resourcing issues. Correspondence with the Culpeper foundation; a report about Phase I of the Cornell/Xerox Commission project; a summer copy of CIT News about electronic publishing; a Cornell booklet "Creating the Future" from outlining Cornell's goal for 75 million dollars in donations.


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Cornell/Xerox/Commission on Preservation and Access joint study in digital preservation by Anne R. Kenney Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation V. Findings A. New Preservation Method Digital image technology provides an alternative–of comparable quality and lower cost–to photocopying for preserving deteriorating library materials. The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation.

Findings A. New Preservation Method. Digital image technology provides an alternative--of comparable quality and lower cost--to photocopying for preserving deteriorating library materials.

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation Appendix II–Cost Study Description From October-DecemberCornell conducted a time and cost study to determine the costs associated with using digital technology to reformat brittle books.

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation IV. Process In addition to the development of scanning, system, the study resulted in the adoption of a process that applies digital scanning technology to preservation and access of library materials.

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation Guiding Principles. The Joint Study was guided from the outset by four principles: a preservation program using digital technology has certain requirements; access is as important as preservation; the use of an emerging technology requires collaborative expertise; and only practical, widely.

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The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation. Guiding Principles. The Joint Study was guided from the outset by four principles: a preservation program using digital technology has certain requirements; access is as important as preservation; the use of an emerging technology requires collaborative expertise; and only practical, widely.

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation Acknowledgments. Cornell University acknowledges the support of the Commission on Preservation and Access and its Technology Assessment Advisory Committee.

This support has been critical to the success and recognition of the Cornell/Xerox/CPA Joint Study in Digital Preservation. The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation. Executive Summary.

Cornell University and the Xerox Corporation, with the support of the Commission on Preservation and Access, have collaborated for the past two years in a Joint Study to investigate the use of digital technology to preserve library materials. The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation.

Process. In addition to the development of scanning, system, the study resulted in the adoption of a process that applies digital scanning technology to preservation and access of library materials.

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation. Acknowledgments. Cornell University acknowledges the support of the Commission on Preservation and Access and its Technology Assessment Advisory Committee.

This support has been critical to the success and recognition of the Cornell/Xerox/CPA Joint Study in Digital Preservation.

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation Report: Phase I (January December l) Digital Capture, Paper Facsimiles, and Network Access.

The Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation VI. Conclusion The Joint Study concludes that digital image technology represents a new method for the preservation reformatting of library materials that in the future will replace or complement microfilming and photocopying.

The use of digital technology is currently cost-effective as a. P reserveNet is designed to provide preservationists with a comprehensive database of regularly updated internet resources and current professional opportunities.

Established in by Cornell University's Michael Tomlan and Bob Pick, PreserveNet was the result of a collaborative effort by preservation students of various universities interested in providing preservation information in what. Joint study in digital preservation, phase 1: a report to the Commission on Preservation and Access.

Commission on Preservation and Access, Kenney, Anne R. and Stephen Chapman, Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives. Department of Preservation and Conservation, Cornell University Library, Kenny, Anne R. and Lynne K. Personius, Joint Study in Digital Preservation. Report: Phase I. Cornell / Xerox / Commission on Preservation and.

MIT Libraries is pleased to be the host institution for the Digital Preservation Management Workshop and Tutorial. This expanded program is based on the workshop curriculum initially developed and hosted at Cornell University (), hosted at ICPSR (), and by MIT Libraries since The Cornell/Xerox Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in Digital Preservation.

Report: Phase 1 (January December ). Digital Capture, Paper Facsimiles, and Network by: 7. Selection for digital preservation Selection for digital preservation Michael Seadle This editorial discusses long‐term archiving and long‐term access to digital documents, with an emphasis on criteria for selection.

Selecting materials for digital preservation depends on whether the materials are both valuable and. [Excerpt] Inthe Dalhousie University Archives began its first archival mass digitization project with the Elisabeth Mann Borgese fonds.

The successful completion of this project required the project team to address both broad and specific technical and intellectual challenges, from rights management in an online access environment to the durability of the equipment used.

Avoiding technological quicksand: finding a viable technical foundation for digital preservation: a report to the Council on Library and Information Resources by Jeff Rothenberg (Book) 8 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.Assist in the planning and organization of preservation and conservation programs on a universitywide basis for an eighteenlibrary system with collections approaching six million.

CoProject Director, Xerox/Cornell Joint Study on Digital Preservation, funded by the Commission on Preservation and Access, ().A.

Access As defined in the Handbook, access is assumed to mean continued, ongoing usability of a digital resource, retaining all qualities of authenticity, accuracy and functionality deemed to be essential for the purposes the digital material was created and/or acquired for. ADS Archaeology Data Service.

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