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En cas d’apocalypse, ce coffre-fort renfermera le patrimoine mondial de la culture

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"Une société norvégienne s’est donné pour objectif de sauvegarder le patrimoine mondial de la culture en numérique. Il s’agira de protéger ces nombreuses données contre les catastrophes humaines ou naturelles durant au moins 500 ans."

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28/09/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia

Carved in Stone? Let’s edit it! – Open Preservation Foundation

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"Changing AIPs after Ingest"

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17/09/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia

Archivage électronique : ce qu’il faut savoir sur la nouvelle norme NF Z42-013 version 2020 | Archimag

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16/09/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia

Do you trust our digital archive? – Open Preservation Foundation

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"The National Archives UK has been working with University of Warwick and five UK archive partners to develop a statistical model which quantifies digital preservation risk. This decision support tool allows digital archivists to compare and prioritise preservation policies and offers a way of understanding digital preservation as a complex network of interdependent risks rather than a prescriptive list of practices and policies to keep their collection preserved. "

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15/09/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia

New information governance (IG) ISO standard and sustainability

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La tenue de documents et la gouvernance dans le monde, septembre 2020 – Bibliothèque et Archives Canada

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This Page is Designed to Last: A Manifesto for Preserving Content on the Web

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31/08/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia

Pour une page web qui dure 10 ans ? – Framablog

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31/08/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia

En savoir plus sur ReSIP · Vitam

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17/06/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia

The TRUST Principles for digital repositories | Scientific Data

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"Following a year-long public discussion and building on existing community consensus1, several stakeholders, representing various segments of the digital repository community, have collaboratively developed and endorsed a set of guiding principles to demonstrate digital repository trustworthiness. Transparency, Responsibility, User focus, Sustainability and Technology: the TRUST Principles provide a common framework to facilitate discussion and implementation of best practice in digital preservation by all stakeholders."

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02/06/2020

Partagé par Alexandre Garcia