Communication between archiving library and publishers. Rita Enna EU project reUSE PR manager International Seminar Digital Memory Tallinn 24-25 Nov 2005. Communication. Why ?. The digital archive DIGAR has been developed with the s upport of the EU e-Content programme
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EU project reUSE PR manager
International Seminar Digital Memory
Tallinn 24-25 Nov 2005
The digital archive DIGARhas been developed
with the support of the EU e-Content programme
Idea is preserving digital copies of publications
andmaking them available to the public.
Task is working out the strategy for finding,
identifying and contacting the future users of digital
making submission agreements.
preserving possibilities in NLE
via internet or
at least in the reading rooms of NLE
The main target groups are:
of planned activities
DIGAR as DIGital Archive
written approach and policy about
getting into contacts with publishers:
of a unit responsible for publishing.
to direct contact.
to contact via phone.
the test version of archive.
NLE started to negotiate
with public sector institutions,
with whom have been
the earlier cooperation
in autumn 2004
on their offices or in NLE.
Small institutions vs. large ones
Publishers handle the information
in digital format with less respect
than paperdocuments –
do not think about its preservation.
The needs of publishers and readers and
how to connect them
with the interests of the library.
Positive reactions frominstitutions
who think about the electronical
archiving of their production.
EU project reUSE