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Digital Preservation’s Place in the Future of the Digital Humanities

  14.03.20 9:25am

Ensuring long term access to digital information sounds like a technical problem; like it could be a problem for computer scientists to solve. If we could only set up the right system we could “just solve it”. Far from it.

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