PEGI Project: Three Questions Survey
The PEGI Project is a two-year multi-institutional initiative to identify and address broadly shared national concerns regarding the preservation of electronic government information by cultural memory organizations for long term use by the public of the United States. The project will document these broadly shared concerns in the form of a white paper following a series of discussion forums at various disciplinary conferences. For more information, see:
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Are there categories of electronic government information (i.e. digitized records, databases, other digital information types) that you think have long-term value for research purposes? If so, describe briefly. (The text box will expand to fit your answer, so please take all the space you need.)
If you identified any categories of electronic government information above, do you think that there are any potential risks that might threaten the long-term survival of this information? If so, describe briefly.
Do you think that there are any useful strategies that could lead to better coordination of efforts by academic or public organizations for purposes of digital collection, preservation, and access? Do you see any logical priorities, opportunities, or barriers to such collaborative actions?
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