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Digital Imaging and a Balanced Preservation Program
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Microform and Imaging Review Volume 27, Number 1, ISSN 0949-5770

Abstract

Examines digital imaging and preservation (i.e., activities associated with maintaining library, archival, or museum materials for use, either in original physical form or in some other format); discusses problems and underlying causes associated with incorporating digital imaging as a preservation methodology; and lists questions to answer before making a commitment to a method heavily dependent on technology. (PEN)

Citation

Bruer, J.M. (1998). Digital Imaging and a Balanced Preservation Program. Microform and Imaging Review, 27(1), 13-20. Retrieved September 26, 2022 from .

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