Preservation of born digital materials survey
Your responses will help make the FAHS Guide to Born Digital Preservation more relevant to Australian historical societies. This is an opportunity to ask any questions you have about looking after digital images and documents.
Your feedback is appreciated.
Born digital material is any format of material that has never been in analogue form. This includes but is not limited to: emails, 3D images, social media content, computer-made images, eBulletins, and Microsoft Office documents. Does your society or group actively collect and preserve born digital content?
Where is your born digital material stored? You can select more than one checkbox.
External hard drive(s), disc(s) etc
On a server
What concerns do you have about born digital preservation?
What problems have you faced in your born digital preservation efforts?
What questions do you have regarding born digital preservation?
Which historical society or group do you represent? (optional)
Your name (optional)
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