Cambridge University Libraries’ collections are of global importance and enable world-leading research to take place. This research is made possible by our readers being able to access these materials.
To ensure current and ongoing access to digital collection materials, a programme of work will soon begin to establish the Cambridge University Libraries Digital Preservation Service.
Led by the University Library, and with support from Cambridge University, this service will provide capabilities to care for digital collection materials and will be underpinned by open-source systems, tool, and standards. This approach will enable the library to meet the needs of its digital collections and users while also supporting open-source communities.
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