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Digital Archiving in the Context of Cultural Change

Douglas, Kimberly (2000) Digital Archiving in the Context of Cultural Change. California Institute of Technology . (Unpublished)

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The term 'archiving' has its origins in the context of the printing press. As our social constructs change and evolve with the advent and ubiquity of the network, it is necessary to recognize that established terms can hamper adjusting to the inevitable evolution.

Item Type:Report or Paper (Report)
Douglas, Kimberly0000-0003-4735-4765
Additional Information:Published in: Serials Review v. 26(3) October 2000, pp. 55-59
Group:Library System Papers and Publications
Subject Keywords:computation, small world, random network, scholarly communication, future, preservation, copyright, intellectual property,
Record Number:CaltechLIB:2000.001
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ID Code:25881
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Deposited On:12 Jul 2001
Last Modified:09 Mar 2020 13:18

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