Cataloguing, storage and preservation
Articles and other resources relating to cataloguing, storage and preservation
- Cataloguing futures blog focuses future of cataloging and metadata in libraries, by an American librarian.
- Digital Curation Centre The DCC is the UK’s leading centre of expertise in digital data curation. Anyone who has an obligation to store, manage and protect digital data can turn to the DCC for expert advice and practical help. By putting effective data management into place throughout the information lifecycle you will ensure that your data will continue to work for you as productively as the research that produced them.
- Digital Preservation Coalition The aims of the DPC are to enable and act as a catalyst to support its members to ensure long term access to and management of their digital assets; to collaborate with our national and international partners to take forward the digital preservation and asset management agenda; and to act as a broker and an agent of knowledge transfer amongst its membership.
- Online catalogues: what users and librarians want OCLC (April 2009)
- RINs Michael Jubb Talks with Talis about bibliographic records in a networked world Panlibus blog (21 July 2009)
- Safeguarding collections at the dawn of the 21st century: describing roles, measuring contemporary preservation activities in ARL libraries Association of Research Libraries (May 2009)
- UK einformation Group UKeiG is a respected and well-established forum for all information professionals, users and developers of electronic information resources. We promote and advance the effective exploitation and management of electronic information and offer a wide range of resources including seminars and workshops.
- UK Research Reserve The UKRR is a collaborative distributed national research collection managed by a partnership between the Higher Education sector and the British Library. It allows Higher Education libraries to de-duplicate their journal holdings of a title if two copies are held by other UKRR members, ensuring continued access to low-use journals, whilst allowing libraries to release space to meet the changing needs of their users.