File Not Found: An Introduction to Digital Preservation (Minitex)

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Course Overview

This session provides a basic introduction to the concept of and issues associated with digital preservation. Digital resources are defined, the life-cycle of digital objects is discussed, and challenges and risks associated with digital preservation are identified. Participants will be introduced to the Library of Congress's Digital Preservation Outreach and Education (DPOE) Program.  


This introductory course is for staff of any library, archive, or other organization concerned about the long term care of their digital resources. No previous knowledge about the topic of digital preservation is assumed.

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Course Length

1 hour

Course Format

Live, online



Digital Preservation

Subject Area

Digital Preservation


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