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Exact Editions 2017 — It’s a Wrap!

First set

With a new year on the horizon, now is the perfect time to kick back, relax and bunker down for winter. But before you do that, it’s worth thinking about how much you’ve achieved this year and what you can do better next year.

Exact Editions can look back at 2017 fondly as a record-breaking number of libraries around the world are now accessing magazines and their archives using the platform. We have been exceptionally busy from January to December; … Keep Reading

Preservation of magazine content and its accessibility

Clifford Lynch has just published a thoughtful and carefully researched article on Stewardship in the “Age of Algorithms”. Lynch’s central claim is that the web, algorithm-based institutions and our contemporary social media are in practical terms impossible to archive and preserve via traditional approaches. The traditional approaches that he has in mind are ‘format migration’ and ‘emulation’, but he appears to suggest that these are alternative approaches when they are essentially complementary. In fact one cannot have format migration without … Keep Reading

PN Review Launches Digital Archive!

PN Review launches through Exact Editions its unique digital archive – almost half a century of world poetry, interviews, reviews and features about modern poetry: ‘The most engaged, challenging and serious-minded of all the UK’s poetry magazines’ (Simon Armitage).

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The archive includes the major practitioners of the age from Ted Hughes, Thom Gunn and Seamus Heaney to John Ashbery, Les Murray and Eavan Boland, and many new arrivals. PN Review ‘discovered’ and first published Keep Reading

How do you digitise a magazine archive?

                                                                                A selection of Opera back issues.

This year brings us the first International Digital Preservation Day — a celebration of materials preserved by digital conservation. Exact Editions aims to mark the day by exhibiting notable pages from 12 of their most ambitious archive projects. Explore original writings by young American novelists in a 1979 issue of Granta, or view the world through a lens of pre-war wanderlust, in the first ever issue of Geographical (1935). These back issues … Keep Reading

Exact Editions – IDPD17

This year brings us the inaugural International Digital Preservation Day, organised by the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and supported by digital preservation networks, institutions and universities world-wide. The commendable drive behind IDPD17 is to encourage institutions and individuals to celebrate resources which have been preserved and to encourage initiatives to be taken for the future.

Exact Editions works to build, preserve and deliver complete online archives for libraries and individual subscribers. The aim is to make every magazine on … Keep Reading

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