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Documenting Internet2: A Collaborative Model for Developing  Electronic Records Capacities in the Small Repository

Charles Babbage Institute

Documenting Internet2 is a project of the Charles Babbage Institute, in partnership with the University of Minnesota Libraries Information Technology division, the University of Michigan School of Information, and Internet2.

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Documenting Internet2: A Collaborative Model for Developing Electronic Records Capacities in the Small Archival Repository is a grant project sponsored by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, a division of the National Archives. The project is intended to develop feasible methods for selection, description, and long term preservation of historically significant born-digital records in the subject area of history of information technology.


Contact: Elisabeth Kaplan, Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota kapla024@umn.edu

National Historical Publications and Records Commission grant number 2004-036

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Updated: May 17, 2007
Comments, questions to: kapla024@umn.edu