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Issues and Approaches to Preservation Metadata


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Day, M., 1998. Issues and Approaches to Preservation Metadata. In: Guidelines for digital imaging: papers given at the joint National Preservation Office and Research Libraries Group preservation conference in Warwick, 28th - 30th September 1998. London: National Preservation Office, pp. 73-84.

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    Abstract

    The creation and use of metadata is likely to become an important part of all digital preservation strategies whether they are based on hardware and software conservation, emulation or migration. The UK Cedars project aims to promote awareness of the importance of digital preservation, to produce strategic frameworks for digital collection management policies and to promote methods appropriate for long-term preservation - including the creation of appropriate metadata. Preservation metadata is a specialised form of administrative metadata that can be used as a means of storing the technical information that supports the preservation of digital objects. In addition, it can be used to record migration and emulation strategies, to help ensure authenticity, to note rights management and collection management data and also will need to interact with resource discovery metadata. The Cedars project is attempting to investigate some of these issues and will provide some demonstrator systems to test them.

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    Item Type Book Sections
    CreatorsDay, M.
    Research CentresUKOLN
    StatusPublished
    ID Code23708

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