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Data from the new keepers

We are delighted to announce that the data submitted by the two latest keepers, the Scholars Portal and the Library of Congress, has now been added to the Keepers Registry.   The addition of these two keepers increases the number of … Continue reading

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Library of Congress joins the Keepers Registry

We are delighted to welcome the Library of Congress as the latest archiving organisation to join the Keepers Registry.  The Registry provides the Library of Congress (LoC) with opportunity to share information on the titles and digital content that it … Continue reading

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Generating Actionable Evidence on E-journal Archiving

This Wednesday, the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is hosting an e-Journals ‘summit’ and webinar in London on Preservation, Trust and Continuing Access for E-Journals.  This post is supplementary to one of the presentations, ‘Solving the E-Journal Problem: What does the … Continue reading

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Further International Exposure for the Keepers Registry

From the outset, the focus of PEPRS (the forerunner of the Keepers Registry) and now the Keepers Registry, has been international, reflecting the reality that scholarship and research knows no national boundaries.  Metadata held in the Registry is supplied by … Continue reading

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The Keepers Registry in Singapore

The two co-directors of the Keepers Registry, Peter Burnhill (EDINA, University of Edinburgh) and Françoise Pelle (ISSN International Centre / Centre International de l’ISSN, Paris) gave a presentation entitled: “Who is looking after your e-journals? Telling tales about the Keepers … Continue reading

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Two new Keepers report e-journal archiving

The Keepers Registry is pleased to announce two new Keepers of e-journal content joining the global Registry of archiving organisations – those who have stepped forward to act as digital shelving for the world’s researchers and students. These are the … Continue reading

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Tales from the Keepers Registry: Serial Issues About Archiving & the Web

Peter Burnhill has written an article describing our activities within the Keepers Registry, and the issues that the service is identifying and addressing.  Here’s the abstract: A key task for libraries is to ensure access for their patrons to the … Continue reading

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Blog posting at UKSG 2013

A blog posting by one of the delegates at the Breakout session entitled E-journals and long-term availability: an overview and panel discussion on the archiving infrastructure to meet the needs of users given at UKSG 2013 has now been made … Continue reading

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E-journal preservation at UKSG 2013

UKSG holds a major annual conference and this year the event in Bournemouth, England (8th – 10th April) attracted a record number of (over 900) delegates.  Alongside the conference is an exhibition which each year is fully booked within a … Continue reading

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Keepers Registry at the “Digital Future & You” series

The Keepers Registry was presented to colleagues at the Library of Congress.  The following text is from the ISSN International Centre’s helpful summary: The US National ISSN Centre organised a talk by Peter Burnhill (entitled “Tales from The Keepers Registry”) … Continue reading

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