Tag Archives: archiving

NLB archiving Singapore websites, digital materials

Move is part of effort to expand legal deposit collection of materials published in Singapore (4 November 2018)  The National Library Board (NLB) has taken on the enormous task of archiving 180,000 Singapore websites ending with the .sg domain, as well as digital materials published in Singapore. The annually updated National Day Parade website and […]


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Issue Briefs advise libraries on archiving government information, licensing metadata about scholarship

(14 September 2017) The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has released two issue briefs answering pressing questions about copyright faced by libraries and archives: Can institutions legally preserve and share government information from the internet? And should institutions license their metadata describing scholarly works? More here.


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Working together to ensure the future of the digital scholarly record

(14 August 2016) EDINA and the ISSN International Centre have published Working Together to Ensure the Future of the Digital Scholarly Record. This statement outlines the actions now required to tackle the evolving challenges of preserving and ensuring the long-term accessibility of digital scholarship. View the statement here. Working Together to Ensure the Future of the Digital Scholarly Record addresses […]


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Legal deposit to save the UK’s digital heritage

Regulations coming into force on 6 April will enable six major libraries to collect, preserve and provide long term access to the increasing proportion of the UK’s cultural and intellectual output that appears in digital form – including blogs, e-books and the entire UK web domain. (4 April 2013) From this point forward, the British […]


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New ‘Web Archiving’ Technology Watch Report released to DPC members

(7 March 2013) The Digital Preservation Coalition is offering members a preview of its latest Technology Watch Report ‘Web Archiving’. This report is aimed at anyone who wants to broaden their knowledge of web archiving before they embark on a web archiving initiative. It will appeal mainly to organizations or individuals who are relatively new […]


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