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Paradigm shift in preservation process

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Presentation by Dr. Sarika Sawant, Asst. Professor, …

Presentation by Dr. Sarika Sawant, Asst. Professor,
SHPT School of Library Science,
At
National Seminar on
Empowering Academic Libraries in Knowledge Society 
21st 22nd December, 2011
University of Mumbai

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  • 1. PARADIGM SHIFT INPRESERVATION PROCESSPresentation by Dr. Sarika Sawant, Asst. Professor,SHPT School of Library Science,AtNational Seminar onEmpowering Academic Libraries in Knowledge Society21st 22nd December, 2011University of Mumbai
  • 2. PRESERVATION, BY DEFINITION, IS: "activities associated with maintaining library and archival materials for use either in their original physical form or in some other usable way."
  • 3. A SHIFT, WHICH HAS TAKEN FROM THREEPERSPECTIVES1. Preservation of Intellectual Content Reformatting
  • 4. REFORMATTING HAS FOLLOWINGADVANTAGES: It ensure longer life of the contents, knowledge/ information; Allows free access to the users without damaging original document; Saves physical space of the library resource sharing becomes easier
  • 5. 2. PRESERVATION AND ACCESS The Transformation of Preservation AND Access Preservation OR Access Preservation AND Access Preservation IS Access Preservation OF Access
  • 6. 3. PRESERVATION RESPONSIBILITY In the world of paper, the preservation has been the clear responsibility of library A library that provides network access to digital resources it neither owns nor controls, no longer has any need to concern itself about the storage and care of the medium in which the information is stored. Yet, no real answer at all
  • 7. https://sites.google.com/site/drsarikasawant/about-me/talks-presentations

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