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Ross, Seamus; Gow, Ann (1999)
Publisher: Library Information Technology Centre, South Bank University
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: Z665, ZA4050
The study examines the approaches to accessing digital materials where the media has become damaged (through disaster or age) or where the hardware or software is either no longer available or unknown. The study begins by looking at the problems associated with media.
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