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July Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter Now Available

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The July 2013 Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter is now available!

Included in this issue:

  • Announcing the NDSA Innovation Award Winners
  • Moving on Up:  New Web Archives Presentation Home
  • 10 Resources for Community Digital Archives
  • Why Can’t You Just Build It and Leave It Alone?
  • What People are Asking About Personal Digital Archiving, Part 1
  • Posts on personal digital archiving, including a personal digital “un-archive”, and information and guidance from a recent workshop in New York
  • Interviews, with David McClure of the Neatline project and Erik Mitchell on Viewshare
  • Announcing the Inaugural Class of NDSR residents and other educational events
  • A wealth of other information including:  Archival Theory Encounters Digital Objects, Word Processing:  the Enduring Killer App, Where is Applied Digital Preservation Research? and others.
  • And our usual listing of upcoming events, this time including iPres 2013, Best Practices Exchange, and coming up very soon, Digital Preservation 2013.


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