Digital Preservation Development
The New York Public Library’s Digital Preservation program ensures the long-term accessibility of digital research collections. Materials include born-digital archives, digitized audio and moving image material, born-digital recordings of performances, and digitized images. The program develops policies and procedures in collaboration with other programs in Special Collections and Preservation Services, curatorial units, the IT Group, and Digital Department.
Nick Krabbenhoeft, NYPL's Digital Preservation Manager, can be contacted at email@example.com.
- Conservation Treatment of Hendrick Doncker’s Zee-atlas from 1660; Or, How an Atlas Gets Stressed, and What Book Conservators Do About It
- Inside the Conservation Lab: Three-Dimensional "Seal-Print"
- Preservation Week 2015: Taking Care of Your Collections at Home
- Time Machine: Interstitial Moment, Video Stockholm Syndrome