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Series Editors’ introduction

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 June 2018

Marilyn Deegan
Affiliation:
Director of Research Development in the Centre for Computing in the Humanities at King's College London
Simon Tanner
Affiliation:
Director of King's Digital Consultancy Services (KDCS) at King's College London
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Summary

The Digital Futures series began its life in the book Digital Futures: strategies for the information age by Marilyn Deegan and Simon Tanner. What became obvious in writing the first book was that no single work can cover in great depth all the issues facing librarians and other information workers as they engage in digital activities. Thus the Digital Futures series idea was born to enable further volumes to explore in detail the major topics that concern our digital information age.

Written by leading international experts, each book in the Digital Futures series examines some of the key strategic and practical issues facing libraries and other cultural institutions in the rapidly expanding world of digital information.

Anyone interested in contributing to the Digital Futures series is invited to contact the Series Editors at marilyn.deegan@kcl.ac.uk and simon.tanner@kcl.ac.uk.

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Digital Preservation
, pp. xi - xii
Publisher: Facet
Print publication year: 2006

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