This presentation aims to demonstrate some low-cost methods for creating high-quality digital resources and maintaining them with non-specialist staff, while ensuring that they can support the widest possible range of uses beyond the immediate context of their creation. In this context, 'high-quality' refers to the characteristics of the digital resources, not the content itself. Five particularly desirable characteristics of digital collections are considered: sustainability, longevity, accessibility, interoperability and reusability.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2005|
|Event||Digital Resources for the Humanities 2005 - Lancaster, England|
Duration: 4 Sep 2005 → 7 Sep 2005
|Conference||Digital Resources for the Humanities 2005|
|Period||4/09/05 → 7/09/05|
- information management