Digital Preservation Strategy

A digital preservation strategy is a well-considered and documented approach to the preservation of digital objects. For collecting archivists, the purpose of such a strategy is to ensure that access to the born-digital archives accessioned by a repository can be maintained indefinitely. For repositories responsible for personal digital archives this will probably include material created on long-past, recent, current and future computers and devices.

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