Irish universities support digital preservation

June 2008
Research Information;Jun/Jul2008, Issue 36, p9
The article reports that the Irish Universities Association (IUA) libraries in Ireland have decided to support the Portico program of digital preservation. IUS' decision enables the Irish Research Electronic Library, a national initiative of the IUA and Science Foundation Ireland, to pursue digital preservation and access protection for its titles.


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