The Cybercemetery: Prolonging Usable Afterlife

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Paper for the 2004 IS&T Annual Archiving Conference. This paper discusses issues related to digital resource management when capturing and preserving web-based, heterogeneous digital materials produced by a variety of software in various versions.

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4 p. : col. ill.

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Hartman, Cathy Nelson; Hastings, Samantha Kelly & Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw 2004.

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Paper for the 2004 IS&T Annual Archiving Conference. This paper discusses issues related to digital resource management when capturing and preserving web-based, heterogeneous digital materials produced by a variety of software in various versions.

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Abstract: This paper discusses issues related to digital resources management when capturing and preserving Web-based, heterogeneous digital materials produced by a variety of software in various versions. Despite the current inadequate digital preservation solutions, the writers explore various methods and tools that facilitate the efficient management of vast quantities of dynamic and heterogeneous digital information resources. The CyberCemetery project at the University of North Texas (UNT) is used as an example of this type of endeavor. It specifically demonstrates the efforts being made by UNT to implement digital preservation strategies for prolonging the usable life of such heterogeneous digital resources. This paper also highlights the potential role of metadata at all levels in the life cycle of a digital resource (creation, management, use, and preservation).

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  • IS & T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology Archiving Conference, 2004, San Antonio, Texas, United States

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Hartman, Cathy Nelson; Hastings, Samantha Kelly & Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw. The Cybercemetery: Prolonging Usable Afterlife, paper, 2004; [Springfield, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc29310/: accessed August 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .