Cover the strategies employed by information professionals to conserve decaying materials.Explore digital preservation issues. Update your knowledge of copyright law. Compile a list of practices used on local, national and international levels.
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This subject introduces students to the principles, strategies and tools used in physical and digital conservation and preservation. In this subject, students examine the requirements and planning involved in digital projects, from preparing physical items for digitisation to digital preservation management. The key focus in this subject is on preservation strategies, policies and systems.
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