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Sustainability Myths
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A presentation from the JISC conference New Strategies for Digital Content, 18 March 2011, London

By Nancy Maron

http://digitisation.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2010/12/09

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  • Note: Our findings are preliminary. Final case studies will be published later this spring
  • Here are some of the beliefs we have heard, which we’ve seen challenged in recent times
  • Or is this precisely the set of activities that will be needed if this resource is to remain valuable to its users?
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