Digital Preservation through Digital Sustainability

@inproceedings{Stuermer2016DigitalPT,
  title={Digital Preservation through Digital Sustainability},
  author={Matthias Stuermer and Gabriel Abu-Tayeh},
  booktitle={iPRES},
  year={2016}
}
The concept of digital sustainability introduces a holistic approach on how to maximize the benefits of digital resources for our society. The nine basic conditions for digital sustainability also provide a contribution to potential solutions to the challenges of digital preservation. Elaborateness, transparent structures, semantic data, distributed location, an open licensing regime, shared tacit knowledge, participatory culture, good governance, and diversified funding support the long-term… Expand

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