Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections
Digital forensics and born-digital content in cultural heritage collections / by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Richard Ovenden, Gabriela Redwine ; with research assistance from Rachel Donahue. p. cm. -- (CLIR publication ; no. 149)
Glisson, W. Bradley
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Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections examines digital forensics and its relevance for contemporary research. The applicability of digital forensics to archivists, curators, and others working within our cultural heritage is not necessarily intuitive. When the shared interests of digital forensics and responsibilities associated with securing and maintaining our cultural legacy are identified—preservation, extraction, documentation, and interpretation, as this report details—the correspondence between these fields of study becomes logical and compelling.
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