TitreFrom Print to Digital: Legal Deposit Principles in the Digital Era
Type de publicationArticle de colloque/conférence
Année de publication2015
AuteursClément Oury
Nom du colloqueInternational seminar "Web Archiving: Preserving the History of Data-Driven Society"
Date de la réunion2015/01/28
OrganisateurNational Library of Estonia
Lieu du colloqueTallinn, National Library of Estonia, Main Conference Hall
Résumé

Our cultural heritage has now largely gone digital : all kinds of cultural artifacts – books, newspapers, audiovisual material and artworks – have online equivalents, while the internet has created its own forms of intellectual and artistic expression - from blogs to social networks. The traditional missions of libraries (collecting, describing, preserving and giving access to cultural holdings) is challenged by this dramatic switch. This contribution intends to present what kind of solutions libraries, and especially national libraries, are experimenting worldwide to face these issues. It will especially focus on the legislative and the scientific aspects: this overview will point out the objectives, the advantages and the shortcomings of the different archiving models developed by heritage institutions.Clément Oury is head of Digital Legal Deposit at the National Library of France. This service is in charge of collecting and preserving a large part of BnF's born-digital heritage: web archives, e-newspapers and e-books. Clément Oury also serves as Treasurer of the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC). He is has a PhD in early modern history at the University of Paris-Sorbonne.

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