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Data Curation Needed to Avoid a Digital Dark Age
Maine Policy Review
  • Desiree Butterfield-Nagy
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An increasingly recognized need for digital cura­tion, or the active selection of digital files and taking steps toward preserving them, has been a natural evolution in an environment where vast amounts of intellectual and cultural content is born digital and may not be represented in tangible form. Desirée Butterfield-Nagy explores the measures that individuals and organizations need to take to ensure we avoid a Digital Dark Age.
Citation Information
Desiree Butterfield-Nagy. "Data Curation Needed to Avoid a Digital Dark Age" (2015) p. 144 - 145
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