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The National Digital Stewardship Agenda identifies the highest-impact opportunities to advance the state of the art; the state of practice; and the state of collaboration within the next 3-5 years.

The National Digital Stewardship Agenda identifies the highest-impact opportunities to advance the state of the art; the state of practice; and the state of collaboration within the next 3-5 years.

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  • Thanks, Rob. I'll take a look at Don's work, too.
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  • A great - well timed – initiative! I also like the wordings for the high-impact opportunities areas: the state of the art, the state of practice, the state of collaboration.

    Though not specifically targeted at digital stewardship I find Don Tapscott’s presentation on 'Four principles for the open world' extremely relevant to advance the state of the art, the state of practice and the state of collaboration: http://www.ted.com/talks/don_tapscott_four_principles_for_the_open_world_1.html.
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  • 1. Announcing the 2014 National Digital Stewardship Agenda Micah Altman Director of Research, Libraries Head/Scientist Program on Information Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • 2. Why a national agenda for digital stewardship? • Effective digital stewardship is vital for: – maintaining authentic public records – growing a reliable scientific evidence base – providing durable access to our cultural heritage • Knowledge of ongoing research, practice, and organizational collaborations is distributed widely across disciplines, sectors, and communities of practice
  • 3. Why now? Climate Strong trends towards: • More production of digital content • More publishing, filtering and access • More learners and collaborators Weather
  • 4. What Was Accomplished? We have identified high-impact opportunities to advance: • the state of the art • the state of practice • the state of collaboration We shall continue to support the agenda : • Promoting dissemination and engagement • Providing regular updates and revision • Facilitating broad collaboration
  • 5. How was this accomplished it? • Through contributed community effort • Integrating diverse perspectives • The persistence, organization, and commitment of the Secretariat
  • 6. More Information digitalpreservation.gov/ndsa/na tionalagenda ndsa@loc.org