restricted access   Volume 57, Number 3, Winter 2009

Table of Contents

From: Library Trends

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Introduction: The Library of Congress National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program

pp. 301-314
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From Preserving the Past to Preserving the Future: The Data-PASS Project and the Challenges of Preserving Digital Social Science Data

pp. 315-337
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Transformative Effects of NDIIPP, the Case of the Henry A. Murray Archive

pp. 338-351
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The Record of Business and the Future of Business History: Establishing a Public Interest in Private Business Records

pp. 352-370
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The MetaArchive Cooperative: A Collaborative Approach to Distributed Digital Preservation

pp. 371-392
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Preserving Digital Public Television: Not Just an Archive, but a New Attitude to Preserve Public Broadcasting

pp. 393-412
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NDIIPP Partner Perspectives on Economic Sustainability

pp. 413-426
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The Web-at-Risk at Three: Overview of an NDIIPP Web Archiving Initiative

pp. 427-441
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The Web Archives Workbench (WAW) Tool Suite: Taking an Archival Approach to the Preservation of Web Content

pp. 442-460
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Distributed Digital Preservation: Private LOCKSS Networks as Business, Social, and Technical Frameworks

pp. 461-475
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Expanding the Preservation Network: Lessons from Portico

pp. 476-489
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The National Geospatial Digital Archives—Collection Development: Lessons Learned

pp. 490-515
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A Partnership Framework for Geospatial Data Preservation in North Carolina

pp. 516-540
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NDIIPP Models for Mass Data Transmission and Storage

pp. 541-555
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Developments in Digital Preservation at the University of Illinois: The Hub and Spoke Architecture for Supporting Repository Interoperability and Emerging Preservation Standards

pp. 556-579
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Robust Tools and Services for Long-Term Preservation of Digital Information

pp. 580-594
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Preserving Meaning, Not Just Objects: Semantics and Digital Preservation

pp. 595-610
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