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|Title: ||When Not All Papers Are Paper: A Case Study in Digital Archivy|
|Authors: ||Peters, Catherine Stollar|
|Keywords: ||digital preservation|
Michael Joyce Papers
electronic records preservation
processing digital materials
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Publisher: ||Society of Georgia Archivists|
|Citation: ||Peters, Catherine Stollar. " When Not All Papers are Paper: A Case Study in Digital Archivy." Provenance. Vol. XXIV. (Atlanta, 2006)|
|Abstract: ||This is a preprint of an article published by the Georgia Society of Archivists in the journal Provenance. The article focuses on processing digital manuscripts compared to and in conjunction with paper materials.|
|Description: ||This preprint has two errors.
On page 25, the first sentence of the last paragraph read "There programs that create and manage..." it should read "There are multiple options for software programs that create and manage..."
The second error is on page 32. Second paragraph, last sentence reads "Together, both methods allow users to browse records according to functional series; they create. It should read "Together, both methods allow users to browse records according to functional series and create new arrangements based on..."|
|Appears in Collections:||Michael Joyce Project Documentation|
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