Organising for digital archiving: new distribution models in the scientific information chain

Mackenzie Owen, John . Organising for digital archiving: new distribution models in the scientific information chain., 1998 In: The impact of electronic publishing on the academic community. Portland Press, pp. 128-133. [Book chapter]

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Digital archiving is a concept that has little to do with archives in the conventional sense. It is most often used to refer to the role of libraries for the long-term storage and preservation of published information in digital form. The subject of this paper is therefore how libraries should organise the archiving function in a way that will ensure the availability of scientific publications for future generations.

Item type: Book chapter
Keywords: open archive, digital publishing
Subjects: I. Information treatment for information services
Depositing user: Andrea Marchitelli
Date deposited: 22 Nov 2004
Last modified: 14 Dec 2012 18:16
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/5652

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Mackenzie Owen, J.S. (1996) – Preservation of digital materials for libraries. In: European research libraries co-operation; the LIBER quarterly, 6(1966)4, p. 435-451.

Mackenzie Owen, J.S. & Walle, J. v.d. (1996) - A study of issues faced by national libraries in the field of deposit collections of electronic publications: final report. - Luxembourg: European Commission.

Mackenzie Owen, J.S. and Wiercx, A. (1996) - Knowledge models for networked library services. - Luxembourg: European Commission.

Task Force (1996) - Preserving digital information: report of the Task Force on archiving of Digital Information commissioned by the CPA and the RLG: final report and recommendations.


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