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Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture (PDT&C)

Editor-in-Chief: Cloonan, Michele


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    Aims and Scope

    Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture (PDT&C) is an international refereed journal of high scholarly standing which focuses on preserving digital content from a wide variety of perspectives, including technological, social, economic, political, and user. Its scope is global, covering projects and practices from key international players in the field.

    The intended audiences for PDT&C are librarians, archivists, museum and other cultural heritage professionals, and educators. The goal of the journal is to provide a timely forum for refereed articles, news, and field notes from around the world.

    In addition to the featured refereed articles, there is a section called Currents which contains news and commentary. Further contributions include invited articles, editorials, and position papers. High quality color illustrations will add to the informative value of the content. The language of publication is English.

    Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture (PDT&C) was formerly published as Microform & Digitization Review. The journal's backfiles can be found here:

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    Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture (PDT&C) is covered by the following services:

    • Baidu Scholar
    • Celdes
    • CNKI Scholar (China National Knowledge Infrastructure)
    • CNPIEC
    • De Gruyter - IBR (International Bibliography of Reviews of Scholarly Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences)
    • De Gruyter - IBZ (International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences)
    • EBSCO (relevant databases)
    • EBSCO Discovery Service
    • Elsevier - Reaxys
    • Google Scholar
    • J-Gate
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    • Naviga (Softweco)
    • Primo Central (ExLibris)
    • ProQuest (relevant databases)
    • ReadCube
    • ResearchGate
    • Summon (Serials Solutions/ProQuest)
    • TDOne (TDNet)
    • Ulrich's Periodicals Directory/ulrichsweb
    • WorldCat (OCLC)

    Editorial Information

    Michele V. Cloonan, Dean Emerita and Professor, Graduate School of Library & Information Science, Simmons College, Boston, MA, USA

    Editorial Office:
    Vanessa Reyes, Editorial Assistant,
    Sidney E. Berger, Associate Editor,

    Editorial Board:

    Noha Adly, Information and Technology (ICT) Sector, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt

    Heather Brown, State Library of South Australia, South Australia

    Stephen Chapman, Harvard Law School Library, USA

    Huanwen Cheng, School of Information Management, Sun Yat-sen University, China

    Paul Conway, School of Information, University of Michigan, USA

    Adrian Cunningham, Digital Archives Program, Queensland State Archives, Australia

    Jeanne Drewes, Library of Congress, USA

    Andy Fenton, Micrographic Services (NZMS), New Zealand

    Ross Harvey AALIA, School of Business IT and Logistics, RMIT University, Australia

    Alenka Kavĉiĉ-Colic, National and University Library, Slovenia

    Svend Larsen, Statsbiblioteket DK, Denmark

    Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries, USA

    Rebecca McGuiness, Open Preservation Foundation, British Library, UK

    Irina Podgorny, Argentine National Council for Science (CONICET), Archive of the Museo de La Plata, Argentina

    Dr. André Schüller-Zwierlein, University Library, University of Regensburg, Germany

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