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Digital preservation in the Tertiary education sector : management implications

Robertson, R. John (2006) Digital preservation in the Tertiary education sector : management implications. Library Review, 55 (3). pp. 173-178. ISSN 0024-2535

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Abstract

This paper assesses the future of long-term curation and preservation of digital assets with particular reference to Further Education (FE) in the UK. Reviews current requirements of digital preservation and the efforts underway to support them. Drawing on other recent work and the author's experience in a recent development project it subsequently comments on these efforts in the context of FE. Argues that the long-term curation and preservation of digital assets produced by further education colleges should not be the responsibility of those colleges.