martedì 15 marzo 2016

Digital Preservation vs Digital Curation

Digital Preservation: “the active involvement of information professionals in the management, including the preservation, of digital data for future use” (Yakel 2007)
Digital Curation: “aims to ensure that digital objects of value to society…can be meaningfully reproduced over time, despite evolving representations, mechanisms, rapidly advancing technologies, and continually emerging user expectations” Foscarini, Kim et al (2010)

Model for digital preservation and digital repositories:

  1. Digital Preservation Capability Maturity Model (DPCMM) (Dollar and Ashley 2012)
  2. Shaman/Scape Capability Model (Becker et al. 2011)
  3. Trusted Digital Repository Maturity Model (TDRMM) (Cho 2012)
More info in: Enterprise Content Management and Digital Curation Applications (UNESCO, Shadrack Katuu)

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