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Title: Exploring the potential of digital practices in Malta : as viewed by the national repositories
Authors: Vella, Rachel
Keywords: Cloud computing -- Malta
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Securities
Security classification (Government documents)
Digital preservation -- Malta
Data curation
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Vella, R. (2018). Exploring the potential of digital practices in Malta : as viewed by the national repositories (Diploma long essay).
Abstract: Boasting a rich cultural history, the archaeological relevance of Malta, is a reality that potentially makes the archipelago the stuff of dreams in this information-driven age. Malta is a pristine untouched world, full of possibility, just waiting to be conserved. The retention of this material depends heavily on the existence of a curated, digital repository. A National Digital Heritage Conservation Laboratory does not as yet exist. Hence, this dissertation attempts to propose some foundations towards closing this gap. By establishing guidelines for all record-keeping, records management, and archival-interest practices across the board, and focusing on the present processes in place, further digital and electronic technologies are proposed so as to endorse strong, hybrid, national information practices.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacMKS - 2018
Dissertations - FacMKSLIAS - 2018

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