Digital Preservation at the National Library

The long-term sustainability of a nation's digital assets is a looming challenge globally. Obsolete and obscure technologies threaten our ability to read and understand digital materials into the future.

Our responsibility is to ensure that the digital content in our care is managed and preserved in a way that reflects its status as an asset and taonga of New Zealand.

About the Digital Preservation Programme site


This website is maintained by the National Library’s Preservation, Research and Consultancy team.

The information contained in this website is primarily intended for digital preservation practitioners. However, it includes information useful to anyone interested in long-term digital preservation.

Digital collection: Facts and figures


The size of the library's digital preservation repository has unsurprisingly been growing since inception in 2008.
 
Read on to discover what our digital preservation system contains

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