October 6, 2015

Video Series: Sustaining Digital Resources With Nancy Maron from Ithaka S+R

From the Strategic Content Alliance Blog:

Since 2007, Ithaka S+R and the Strategic Content Alliance have led the way in examining ways that the academic and cultural heritage sectors are defining sustainability and helping to make sure that the digital resources will endure and provide value well beyond the term of the grant. Designed to aid understanding and offer guidance, the following video lecture series has been developed with Nancy Maron (sustainability expert at Ithaka S+R) to consider how museums, universities and libraries can deal with these issues in a challenging economic environment.

Split into parts or available as full versions, the videos (under a CC-BY-NC-SA licence) allow for individuals or organisations to embed or repurpose the relevant sections for their own specific audiences.

Nancy Maron’s Ithaka S+R Bio

Direct to Videos

Note: Each video is also available in three segments.

See Also: Podcast: Nancy Maron From Ithaka S+R on Sustainable Funding For Online Resources

See Also: Ithaka S+R ‘Case Studies in Sustainability’ Updates Released

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