This section provides online links to research articles in specific subject areas or science domains. Your contributions are welcome to help us expand this section.
Arts and Humanities Data Services (AHDS). Digital Preservation: a Guide to Web Resources.
Beagrie, Neil and Daniel Greenstein. July 14, 1998. A Strategic Policy Framework for Creating and Preserving Digital Collections.
Boyce, Peter. November, 1997. Costs, Archiving, and the Publishing Process in Electronic STM Journals. Against the Grain, 9 (5): 86.
Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems. September 17, 1998. Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS): Recommendation Concerning Space Data Systems Standards. White Book CCSDS 650.0-W-4.0.
Consortium of University Research Libraries (CURL). CEDARS Project: CURL exemplars in digital archiving.
Consortium of University Research Libraries (CURL). May, 2000. Metadata For Digital Preservation: The Cedars Outline Specification.
Day, Michael. January, 2000. Preservation of Electronic Materials: A Bibliography.
Digital Library Federation. June, 2000. Preserving Digital Scholarly Journals.
Garrett, John and Donald Waters. 1996. Preserving Digital Information: Report of the Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information. Commissioned by the Commission on Preservation and Access and the Research Libraries Group, Inc.
Gilliland-Swetland, Anne J. February, 2000. Enduring Paradigm, New Opportunities: The Value of the Archival Perspective in the Digital Environment. (Washington D.C.: CLIR).
Hedstrom, M and Montgomery, S. December, 1998. Digital Preservation Needs and Requirements in RLG Member Institutions. A study commissioned by the Research Libraries Group.
HighWire Press, Stanford University Library. No date. Permanent Publishing on the Web: LOCKSS, Lots of Copies Keeps Stuff Safe.
Hodge, Gail. April, 1999. Digital Archiving: The State of the Art, the State of the Practice.
Hodge, Gail. January 2000. Best Practices for Digital Archiving: An Information Life Cycle Approach D-Lib Magazine.
Hodge, Gail. March, 2000. Digital Archiving: Bringing Stakeholders and Issues Together. ICSTI Forum, No. 33.
Joint Information Systems Committee. August, 1999. JISC/NSF International Digital Libraries Programme: Emulation for Preservation.
Kahle, Brewster. 1997. Preserving the Internet. Scientific American.
Lautenschlager, M., and S. Musgrave, 1999: DIRECT - Technical Watch Report of data inter-operability and data storage and management.
National Library of Canada, Electronic Collections Coordinating Group. Networked Electronic Publications Policy And Guidelines, October 1998.
National Library of Australia. November, 1999. PADI: Preserving Access to Digital Information.
National Library of Australia. n. d. Selection of Online Australian Publications Intended for Preservation by the National Library of Australia.
National Library of Sweden. n. d. Kulturaw3.
NEDLIB: n. d. Networked European Depository Libraries.
Research Libraries Group (RLG). n. d. Long-Term Retention of Digital Research Material.
Rothenberg, Jeffrey. January, 1999. Avoiding Technological Quicksand: Finding a Viable Technical Foundation for Digital Preservation. Report to CLIR.
More articles can be found at the Codata Working Group on Archiving Scientific Data website.
Louise Corti, Annette Day & Gill Backhouse (UK). Confidentiality and Informed Consent: Issues for Consideration in the Preservation of and Provision of Access to Qualitative Data Archives.
Louise Corti & Nadeem Ahmad (UK). Digitising and Providing Access to Socio-Medical Case Records: The Case of George Brown´s Work.
Louise Corti, Susann Kluge, Katja Mruck & Diane Opitz (Eds.) December 2000. Text. Archive. Re-Analysis. Vol. 1, No. 3.
Paul Thompson (UK). Experiences of Re-analysing Data in Qualitative Research.
Data Documentation Initiative (DDI)
ICPSR. Data Documentation Initiative (DDI). ICPSR Announcements and Initiatives.
SDA Project. CSM Program, University of California, Berkeley. DDI Tools.