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Planning for the digitial archive: The Harvard e-journal experience

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Marilyn Geller

Abstract

Preservation of material in library collections is a fundamental charge of libraries, and electronic resources are rapidly becoming significant components of these collections. Along with five other major U.S. research libraries, Harvard University is currently engaged in an e-journal archive design project under the auspices of a one-year planning grant from the Andrew Mellon Foundation. This article discusses many of the issues Harvard and its publishing partners are exploring in an effort to develop and refine the design of this archive.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/14287
How to Cite: Geller, M., 2003. Planning for the digitial archive: The Harvard e-journal experience. Serials, 14(3), pp.287–290. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/14287
Published on 14 Nov 2003.
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