Digital Preservation and Nuclear Disaster: An Animation

DigitalPreservationEurope (DPE), an organisation which is “committed to making digital preservation materials available to the widest possible audience and to breaking down barriers to access”, has released the first in a series of short animations introducing and explaining digital preservation problems and solutions for the general public.

Not for everyone, I suspect, but I’m pleased to see a diversity of approaches being taken to explaining digital preservation concepts. And making it available on YouTube means that the animation can be easily used in a wide variety of contexts, such as being embedded in this blog post. What do you think?

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