pub118. A Survey of Digital Cultural Heritage Initiatives and Their Sustainability Concerns
by Diane M. Zorich
(6/03, 53 pp.) $20 (print)
In 2002, CLIR commissioned a survey of North American-based digital cultural heritage initiatives (DCHIs). The purpose of the survey was to identify the scope, financing, organizational structure, and sustainability of DCHIs. To gain a funder’s perspective on these initiatives, the survey also included a few public and private funding organizations that support projects with a digital cultural heritage component. The survey was a preliminary step in a larger effort aimed at developing recommendations for a coordinated strategy to sustain and strengthen digital cultural heritage initiatives and their by-products.
Survey results and recommendations are in this report.
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