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Oproep UNESCO-PERSIST - Deel je digitaalerfgoedstrategie

22 januari 2015




Het UNESCO-PERSIST (Platform to Enhance the Sustainability of the Information Society Transglobally) project onderzoekt wereldwijde trends en ontwikkeling op het gebied van selectie van digitaal erfgoed collecties. Wilbert Helmus, van Helmus Advies - Cultureel Erfgoed Management, voert hiervoor een literatuuronderzoek uit in opdracht van UNESCO en DEN. Instellingen kunnen tot 2 februari 2015 stukken insturen ten behoeve van het onderzoek.

"The partners of the UNESCO-PERSIST project have asked Wilbert Helmus to carry out a literature survey on the world-wide trends and developments on selection of digital heritage collections. Helmus (Helmus Advies - Cultureel Erfgoed Management is a Dutch expert in cultural heritage management who has carried out projects for The Archives Portal Europe, Picturae and various other partners in the archival and governmental sector.

The literature survey will focus on international (world-wide) literature, publications, policies, strategies, and guidelines on collecting and selecting born digital heritage collections. The documents will be analysed in order to compose an outline of the most important publications. The outcomes of this literature survey and analysis will provide the background for the UNESCO Guidelines on selecting digital heritage.

We kindly ask for your cooperation in this important project.

We would like to ask you to:

Send Wilbert Helmus relevant best practises, publications, guidelines, papers etc. on the selection of digital heritage for long-term preservation by the 2nd of February 2015

We are interested to see:

How archives, libraries and museums select digital collections and information, such as digital objects, archival collections, digital documents, websites, games, etc. for long term preservation.

We are aware of the fact that most of this information is not accessible via Internet or public portals. For this reason the result of our survey is largely depending on your participation. All results will be shared with you and we will keep you informed on the outcomes of the survey and the composition of the UNESCO Guidelines on selecting digital heritage."

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