Digital preservation

Find case studies on continuing access to digital information and preserving digital records.

Solutions to managing digitally born records are being developed by The University of Hull working in partnership with American universities on the AIMS Project.

Dorset History Centre  (PDF, 0.20Mb)

Tate Gallery (PDF, 0.27Mb)

Bodleian Library, University of Oxford  (PDF, 0.20Mb)

Parliamentary Archives (PDF, 0.17Mb)

Archives and Records Council Wales Digital Preservation Consortium ( (PDF, 0.21Mb)

Amnesty International

The challenge Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who take injustice personally.

Archives First

About the project Archives First is a consortium of eleven local authority record keeping services across the south of England.

Archives West Midlands

The approach Archives West Midlands (AWM) is a charitable incorporated organisation with 16 members from local authority, university and specialist collections.

Hull University Archives

Born Digital Collections: an inter-institutional model for stewardship (AIMS) Archives for the 21st Century theme: A coordinated response to the growing challenge of managing digital information so that it is accessible now and remains discoverable in the future.

The Parliamentary Archives

This case study covers the Parliamentary Archives and their experience of procuring via the G-Cloud framework and running public cloud storage as part of their digital preservation infrastructure.