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[Fwd: [DIGITAL-PRESERVATION] Persistent identifiers - Australianresources]

From: Peter Graham <psgraham@syr.edu>
Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2001 13:13:06 -0500
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Neil Beagrie wrote:

> Some extremely interesting work has been done in Australia
> on persistent identifiers, which will be of interest to
> members of the list concerned with web-archiving,citation
> of online documents, and development of national
> information architectures/environments. Can I draw you
> attention to the relevant NLA webpage and specifically an
> excellent consultancy report within this on persistent
> identification systems. urls below.
>
> Neil
>
> Persistent Identifiers webpage
> http://www.nla.gov.au/initiatives/persistence.html
>
> PERSISTENT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS
> Report on a consultancy conducted by Diana Dack for the
> National Library of Australia May 2001
>
> ttp://www.nla.gov.au/initiatives/persistence/PIcontents.html
>
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>
> Neil Beagrie                         JISC Digital
> Preservation Focus
> Assistant Director                Secretary, Digital
> Preservation Coalition
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