An Institutional Framework for Creating Authentic Digital Objects

@article{Jantz2009AnIF,
  title={An Institutional Framework for Creating Authentic Digital Objects},
  author={Ronald Jantz},
  journal={IJDC},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={71-83}
}
In the future, a scholar or researcher will want to know that a digital object is trusted – that it is authentic and reliable. Digital objects can be surrogates, resulting from a digitization process, or they can be objects whose only form is digital. Much has been accomplished in existing open source digital library platforms to provide capabilities for preserving digital objects including now ubiquitous features such as persistent identifiers, integrity checks, audit trails, and versioning… CONTINUE READING

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