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Archiving, Storage and Accessibility in the Digital Age
Archiving, storage and accessibility in the digital age

In this section, we turn to archiving and preservation of digital and multimodal dissertations and theses. Here, technological advances open up access to content, encourage peer review and facilitate user involvement in ways that could not have been envisaged ten years ago. Michael Schwab argues that artistic research and its understanding of the impact of presentation has much to offer contemporary research in all disciplines. He notes that while a practice component is clearly essential within artistic research projects, the required written component may be the only archived, and remembered, part, depending on the ability of institutions to store material, visual or acoustic content. Schwab describes the development of The ...

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