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Digital Curation: A How-To-Do-It Manual (How-To-Do-It Manuals (Numbered)) Paperback – July 31, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-1555706944 ISBN-10: 1555706940 Edition: 1st

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"All major issues and professional tasks related to digital preservation and curation can be found in this publication...I would recommend the book to use not only in practical work but in digital curation teaching as well. It may play a role of an introductory textbook in modern digital preservation in addition to its direct more applied function." --Information Research, December 2010

"A comprehensive and clearly written guide to digital curation, this is indeed a publication that is very much needed, and it clearly delivers on expectations." --The Electronic Library, January 2011

"...this volume is a comprehensive resource of best practices in digital curation, useful for current practitioners, those considering working in digital curation, and those studying in the field...Whether looking for conceptual models or how to define data, how to share knowledge and collaborate on preservation planning and policy, or working with data, this book will assist all." --ARBA Online

"Accompanied by a website, this work will benefit any librarians, archivists, or other professionals whose work involves preservation of and access to digital material." --Library Journal, April 2011

"Accompanied by a website, this work will benefit any librarians, archivists, or other professionals whose work involves preservation of and access to digital material." --Library Journal, April 2011

"Digital Curation: A How-To-Do-It Manual covers this emerging field from the ground up…its depth and approach would make it an ideal textbook for a graduate course on digital curation." --Journal of Web Librarianship, 2011

"This book about digital curation is clearly written, useful, and fascinating. If you are new to this subject or even if you think you know a lot about it already, this book will provide you with new insights." --The American Archivist, Fall/Winter 2011

"Harvey shares his wealth of knowledge in a simple-to-read text and provides ample resources for those who want to learn more….Digital Curation: A How-To-Do-It Manual is an extremely useful work that should be read by multiple audiences. It will help archivists and librarians understand digital curation; it can be used by educators to explain digital curation to aspiring archivists and librarians; and it provides a strong framework for archivists and librarians who are responsible for curating digital materials. Harvey's manual provides an important reference resource to archival and library communities and should be manadating reading for professionals tasked with curating digital content." --Archival Issues, 2011

"Harvey shares his wealth of knowledge in a simple-to-read text and provides ample resources for those who want to learn more….Digital Curation: A How-To-Do-It Manual is an extremely useful work that should be read by multiple audiences. It will help archivists and librarians understand digital curation; it can be used by educators to explain digital curation to aspiring archivists and librarians; and it provides a strong framework for archivists and librarians who are responsible for curating digital materials. Harvey's manual provides an important reference resource to archival and library communities and should be manadating reading for professionals tasked with curating digital content." --Archival Issues, 2011

About the Author

Ross Harvey is Professor of Library and Information Management at Charles Sturt University's School of Information Studies, Australia, and Visiting Professor in the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute, University of Glasgow.

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D.R. (Ross) Harvey was born and brought up in New Zealand and moved to Australia in 1987. He now calls Melbourne home. He has taught in universities in Australia, Singapore, Scotland, Canada and - currently - the U.S. His books are in the fields of music bibliography, information organization, and preservation of library and archival materials.

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