Digitization and the Future of Archives

The aim of this IRFD Network Digitization and the Future of Archives (2018-2021), is to create a viable forum where Nordic, European and international researchers and practitioners can meet. The network aims to develop a common understanding of core concepts such as ‘record’, and find ways to meet the core challenges related to the definition of authenticity and evidence in the digital age, which incorporates reflections on the practice of creating and keeping records in different organizational and national contexts.

The network is coordinated by Assoc. Prof. Marianne Rostgaard at Aalborg University and financed by the Independent Research Fund Denmark

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