Advances in Librarianship, Volume 27 (Advances in by Frederick Lynden

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To accomplish this objective, OCLC has created the OCLC DCPS division with three business development units: † The Digital and Preservation Outreach Service † The Preservation Service Centers † Content Management Services (including the Digital Archive) These services complement each other and provide a complete digital collections management and preservation solution. In each area content management tools will be developed and made available to libraries and other institutions. The services will be integrated to support cooperative approaches, leverage investment and expertise, and provide flexible options for a cross section of library types.

The OAIS holds and preserves the information using AIPs 3. In response to Consumer queries and resulting orders, DIPs are returned 1. Web-Archiving Toolset The initial release of this service, in September 2002, consisted of a set of tools that enabled the harvesting of Web-based digital assets, the ingest of those assets into the archive, the creation of preservation metadata about them, the dissemination of them, and the assignment to them of various administrative properties (including preservation service level, copyright statements, selection of users authorized to view the assets, and organization of the assets into content groups).

From Microfilm to Digital Imagery, Commission on Preservation and Access, Washington, DC. Waters, D. J. (1992). Electronic Technologies and Preservation, Commission on Preservation and Access, Washington, DC. E. (1975). Unpublished minutes of the first two RLG Preservation Committee meetings. , Mail Code 131, 6565 Frantz Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017 – 3395, USA I. Introduction A. Purpose of this Chapter On August 26, 1971, OCLC introduced the online union catalog and shared cataloging system. During the 1970s, OCLC focused its efforts on creating and expanding the online cataloging system and telecommunications network.

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