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forgetITForgetIT: Concise Preservation by Combining Managed Forgetting and Contextualized Remembering. ForgetIT is an EU research project on Digital Preservation, which brings together an interdisciplinary team of experts in preservation, information management, information extraction, multimedia analysis, personal information management, storage computing, and cloud computing, as well as in cognitive psychology, law, and economics, who together will develop the innovative methods for realizing the ForgetIT approach. The main expected outcomes are the flexible Preserve-or-Forget Framework for intelligent preservation management and, on top of it, two application pilots: one for personal preservation focusing on multimedia coverage of personal events and one for organizational preservation targeted at smooth preservation in organizational content management.


ARCOMEMARCOMEM: Archiving Community Memories. The ARCOMEM project is about supporting institution of memory such as: archives, museums and libraries in the age of the Social Web. Social media is becoming more pervasive in all areas of life. ARCOMEM’s aim is to: help transform archives into collective memories that are more tightly integrated with their user community; and exploit Web 2.0 and the wisdom of crowds to make Web archiving a more selective and meaning-based process.


LiWA: Living Web Archives. LiWAThe intention of the LiWA project is to turn Web archives from mere Web page storages into “living Web archives”. Such living archives will be capable of: handling a variety of content types; improving the quality of their content by detecting capturing traps and filtering out irrelevant content such as Web spam; dealing with issues of temporal Web archive coherence as well as improving long-term content usability.


SCAPE_Logo_Large_with_Tagline-e1345556468859SCAPE: Scalable Preservation Environments. The SCAPE project is researching the planning and 
executing computing-intensive digital preservation
processes such as the large-scale ingestion or migration of large and complex data sets.



APARSENAPARSEN is a FP7 Network of Excellence that unifies an extremely diverse set of practitioner organisations and researchers in order to bring coherence, cohesion and continuity to research into barriers to the long-term accessibility and usability of digital information and data. APARSEN surveys and analyses the state of the art of knowledge, methodologies and practices in the several areas of Digital Preservation in Europe and aims in the long run at establishing a Virtual Centre of Digital Preservation Excellence conceived as network of networks.

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