- 22nd Apr 2016
- 279mm x 215mm x 13mm
"Harvey has worked his alchemy to provide an informed and yet practical piece of work."
PART I - DIGITAL CURATION: SCOPE AND INCENTIVES 1. Introduction 2. The Changing Landscape 3. Conceptual Models 4. Defining Data PART II - KEY REQUIREMENTS FOR DIGITAL CURATION 5. Curation and Curators 6. Description and Representation Information 7. Preservation Planning and Policy 8. Sharing Knowledge and Collaborating PART III - THE DIGITAL CURATION LIFECYCLE IN ACTION 9. Designing Data 10. Creating Data 11. Deciding What Data to Keep 12. Ingesting Data 13. Preserving Data 14. Storing Data 15. Using and Reusing Data
Archival Issues (Archival Consultant)A high-level overview of all the activities comprising digital curation ... the emphasis on conceptual modelling as an essential step in understanding and practising digital curation is one of the particular strengths of Oliver and Harvey's text.