ExLibris at the 2014 EVA/Minerva Jerusalem International Conference on Digitisation of Culture
Every Institution Has Its Own Story—Preserve Yours!
Find out how leading institutions are preserving their digital assets with this set of unique resources. Learn
how to manage, preserve and ensure access to the research data and digital assets in your library’s care,
now and in the future.
Video - Rosetta Plain and Simple
Rosetta enables millions of documents all around the world to stay relevant and
accessible. A constantly updated knowledge base, active preservation management tools,
and open interface have made Rosetta the leading preservation management system on
the market, used by libraries, museums, and archives worldwide.
Case Study - Rosetta for Research Data at ETH Zurich and Preserving Digital
Heritage at the National Library of New Zealand
Learn how ETH Zurich led the way in digital preservation in the early 2000’s, and why they
selected Ex Libris Rosetta over open-source solutions. Find out how the National Library
of New Zealand took a leadership role in developing a digital archive and preservation
management system in partnership with commercial vendors and in consultation with
preservation experts from around the globe.
Solution Brief - Ten Reasons Why Ex Libris Rosetta is Better than Other
National and academic libraries around the world are searching for a solution that will
support the massive task of managing, preserving and sharing cumulative knowledge. Ex
Libris Rosetta provides a highly scalable, secure and easily managed digital preservation
system which ensures that scholarship and cultural assets remain accessible for future
Flyer - Every Institution Has Its Own Story—Preserve Yours!
Did you know that a typical research university’s digital files are at risk of becoming
unavailable in the near future because of file-format obsolescence and rendering
applications that become unusable (usually 5-15 years after their release)? Are you
concerned that these risks could put your institution in breach of regulations by research
funders, auditors and other authorities? How can you identify and deal with these risks
before it’s too late?
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For more information on Ex Libris Rosetta contact Nina Keren-