Thursday, March 17, 2005

Library of Congress Helping States Digitize

The Library of Congress will be helping state governments develop long-term digital archive solutions. The National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program will host workshops this spring that will help state governments identify what they must store, how they are currently storing it, and set short-term goals for how they would like to store it. A second set of workshops will be held late this year to work more specifically with digital preservation. [From Digital Government Research Center]

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