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- Speaker's biography
- EDiNA website
- Re-thinking stewardship for scholarly works
- Emergence of digital library
- Support for four 'demand-side' verbs
- Scientific / scholarly record
- What's the problem for E-Journal content?
- Why worry about digital preservation?
- Some consequences of web
- How important are E-journals?
- Think, think again, propose, act, reflect
- In whom or in what should be put our trust?
- Life cycle models, provenance, authenticity
- Trust and the avoidance of disaster and deceit
- Many schemes emerging to meet challenge
- The keepers registry and how it came about (1)
- The keepers registry and how it came about (2)
- The keepers registry website
- PEPRS is a project funded by JISC
- JISC: Joint Information Systems Committee
- ISSN website
- Digital preservation agencies in the pilot
- Legal deposit
- System architecture
- Abstract data model
- Re-thinking trust: assurance of continuing access
- Ensuring ease and continuity of access
- Trust: avoiding disaster by sharing the task
What is the ‘digital library’?
How do you see digital and traditional libraries evolving?
Who should be responsible for preserving scholarly content?
Has the internet put “scholarly, cultural & intellectual heritage…at risk” or done the opposite?
What do you see as the future of ‘digital preservation’?
What, in a digital world, is ‘a copy’ and what in an environment permitting rapid amendment is ‘an edition’?
- Digital library
- Digital preservation
Talk CitationBurnhill, P. (2012, December 30). Ensuring continuity of access to resources for scholarship [Video file]. In The Business & Management Collection, Henry Stewart Talks. Retrieved December 11, 2023, from https://hstalks.com/bm/2471/.
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