Preservation in the Digital Age: A Review of Preservation Literature, 2009-10
Library Resources & Technical Services
preservation, digital age, literature review
Library and Information Science
This paper surveys research and professional literature on preservation-related topics published in 2009 and 2010, identifies key contributions to the field in periodicals, monographs, and research reports, and provides a guide to the changing landscape of preservation in the digital age. The authors have organized the reviewed literature into five major areas of interest: tensions in preservation work as libraries embrace digital resources, mass digitization and its effects on collections, risk management and disaster response, digital preservation and curation, and education for preservation in the digital age.
Gracy, Karen F. and Kahn, Miriam B. (2012). Preservation in the Digital Age: A Review of Preservation Literature, 2009-10. Library Resources & Technical Services 56(1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/slispubs/22