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Lots of tools keep stuff safe: The Swiss Army knife approach to digital stewardship

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Presented by Amy Rudersdorf and Kathleen Kenney at Best Practices Exchange, December 2012. If digital stewardship incorporates the entire lifecycle of a digital object, then a one-tool solution ...

Presented by Amy Rudersdorf and Kathleen Kenney at Best Practices Exchange, December 2012. If digital stewardship incorporates the entire lifecycle of a digital object, then a one-tool solution may
forever remain a figment of our archivist and librarian imaginations. In the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resource's attempts to appropriately steward the digital content under our
care (per our legislative mandate), we have purchased or built a variety of tools to ingest, manage,
store, and disseminate our born-digital and digitized content. This session named names (of said
tools) and gave details about how and why we use them as we do.

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