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Presentation for the LOCKSS Partner Meeting at Stanford University, September 3, 2014.
Access to government information in Canada is changing. This session provided a brief overview of new policies and initiatives that impact the way information professionals access government documents and publications in Canada. Topics included the Depository Services Program's move away from...
Invited presentation for the Canadian Association of Research Libraries' Leviathan North: Long-term Access to Government Information in the Digital Era.
What do you mean you don’t have a copy? An attempt to document Government of Canada web content removed from open access.Download
Presentation created for Government Information Day 2015 in Vancouver, British Columbia hosted by Simon Fraser University Libraries. Provides an overview of the database sub-project of the the Government of Canada web content research project.
“Why is this link dead? Aren’t government publications all online?” Preserving digital federal content with the Canadian Government Information Private LOCKSS Network (CGI-PLN)Download
The vast majority of federal government information is digital and susceptible to both technological obsolescence and changes in information policy. In the past, content on government web sites has been lost to both factors. Concern about the lack of comprehensive web archiving or digital...