Sharing your #WhatDoYouPreserve stories
In celebration of #ArchivesMonth we invited the community to showcase the great work being done to preserve amazing digital assets and collections.
The mission of digital preservation is more essential than ever before – safeguarding our digital heritage for the generations that follow. Active Digital Preservation is the key to ensuring that digital assets, including images, videos, files and other digital content, remain accessible and readable indefinitely.
That’s why we wanted to know – What do you preserve? What lasting impression will your digital content leave on our future? What legacy are you committed to preserving?
Preservica’s #WhatDoYouPreserve social media campaign invited participants to highlight important collections or individual items at their repository. A few notable contributions to the popular campaign include:
- West-Brabants Archief's copy of Vincent van Gogh's birth certificate (link to post)
- Lawrenceville School's reports from 1882 (link to post)
- Dulwich Archive's school magazine's from 1863 to present (link to post)
- Kelly Adirondack Center's postcards through the eras (link to post)
- Sisters of St. Francis of the Marty St. George screen captures from 1958 film reels (link to post)
Check out these memorable contributions or view all of last year's #WhatDoYouPreserve posts in the Community Hub.
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