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April Issue of the Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter is Now Available!

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The April 2014 Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter (pdf) is now available!April newsletter

In this issue:

  • Where are the Born Digital Archives Test Data Sets?
  • Fixity Data in Sound and Moving Image Files
  • Managing a Library of Congress Worth of Data
  • Personal Digital Archiving: The Basics of Scanning
  • New NDSA Report: Geospatial Data Stewardship Online Resources
  • What Could “Curation” Possibly Mean?
  • Interviews with Dragan Espenschied and Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz
  • Links to upcoming events: Computers in Libraries, Texas Library Association, Personal Digital Archiving 2014, Midwest Archives Conference
  • Articles about the NDSA, Residency program, Viewshare and much more. (Editor’s note: the Viewshare program was retired in 2018.)

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