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Lotte Wijsman with The Significant Properties of Spreadsheets: Stakeholder Analysis

Electronic files often depend on software that can become outdated and even obsolete. When a type of file becomes obsolete in an archive, it is converted to another file format (e.g. from spreadsheet to PDF). However, this conversion has risks and consequences. With a spreadsheet, the outcome of a formula could remain visible, but the underlying calculation could no longer be accessible. By researching significant properties of spreadsheets, it is possible to look at the types of properties...

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Significance & Authenticity: A Briefing

The DPC and Tate invite you to join us for a briefing on applying the principles of significance and authenticity to digital objects. The event provides a forum for practitioners from different backgrounds to explore and exchange approaches and methods. 

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Registration now open for ‘Significance & Authenticity: A Briefing’ in London, 15 December 2017

The Digital Preservation Coalition and Tate are delighted to open registration for 'Significance & Authenticity: A Briefing', to be held at Tate Britain in London on Friday 15th December. Members and non-members are invited to this day of presentations and practical workshops to learn from digital preservation practitioners from different backgrounds about how they apply significance and authenticity to their digital content.  Defining significance and how to guarantee authenticity...

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