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    Digital Collections Master Plan: Content, Systems, Access and Comprehensive Management Framework

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    This Digital Collections Master Plan is intended to guide the work of creating, collecting and managing digital content such as electronic/digital text, images, and audio/video materials produced by and for Macalester College. This plan is not intended to address issues related to materials that are purchased for the use of the college, but rather addresses the materials produced or published by our own faculty, students, and staff or other individuals who are connected to the college for specific events or teaching purposes. It is imperative that the library focus on local digital collections in order to meet the mission of functioning as a gateway and comprehensive information center in support of research and instruction at Macalester College

    Digital Assets

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    Enterprise Digital Assets

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    Digital preservation in the Tertiary education sector : management implications

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    This paper assesses the future of long-term curation and preservation of digital assets with particular reference to Further Education (FE) in the UK. Reviews current requirements of digital preservation and the efforts underway to support them. Drawing on other recent work and the author's experience in a recent development project it subsequently comments on these efforts in the context of FE. Argues that the long-term curation and preservation of digital assets produced by further education colleges should not be the responsibility of those colleges

    Digital Assets and Fiduciaries

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    This chapter addresses the appropriate treatment of a person\u27s digital life when the account holder can no longer manage it. As the Internet becomes an increasingly important presence in our daily lives, the law has a significant role to play in determining the management of digital assets upon the account holder\u27s incapacity or death. In the past, people put hard copies of photos in albums, listened to record albums, and paid bills with a stamped envelope. Today, most people use the Internet to store photos, listen to music, and pay bills. Yet few people have considered how to dispose of their digital assets. This chapter explores the legal issues for trusts, estates, conservatorships, and powers of attorney. It addresses the importance of fiduciaries being able to manage an account holder\u27s digital assets, and the obstacles under federal and state law to a fiduciary assuming that role. Finally, it shows how the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act provides a solution to ensure effectuation of the account holder\u27s intent

    STRATEGIC OUTLINES: BETWEEN VALUE AND DIGITAL ASSETS MANAGEMENT

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    Enterprise content management leverages digital asset management to supportbusiness channel diversity. Business asset management technology is targeted to products and finalservices. By capturing photos, videos, logos and other creative assets in a central repository itbecomes possible to control how, when and by whom these assets are used.The ability to locate different images enhances collaboration inside and outside the organization.To provide full value, the system links to technologies that deliver assets to real time.Managing Digital Assets is increasingly a core management discipline for both commercialcompanies and not for profit organizations.The authors propose some directions to be accomplished when it is used digital assets.Digital Assets Management (DAM), architecture of DAM, Strategy for DAM

    Digital Assets and Fiduciaries

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    This chapter addresses the appropriate treatment of a person\u27s digital life when the account holder can no longer manage it. As the Internet becomes an increasingly important presence in our daily lives, the law has a significant role to play in determining the management of digital assets upon the account holder\u27s incapacity or death. In the past, people put hard copies of photos in albums, listened to record albums, and paid bills with a stamped envelope. Today, most people use the Internet to store photos, listen to music, and pay bills. Yet few people have considered how to dispose of their digital assets. This chapter explores the legal issues for trusts, estates, conservatorships, and powers of attorney. It addresses the importance of fiduciaries being able to manage an account holder\u27s digital assets, and the obstacles under federal and state law to a fiduciary assuming that role. Finally, it shows how the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act provides a solution to ensure effectuation of the account holder\u27s intent
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