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Demystifying Digital Deposit: What It Is and What It Could Do for the Future of the FDLP

At the Fall Depository Library Council Meeting in Arlington, VA, Rebecca Blakeley gave a presentation that she and I wrote on “Demystifying Digital Deposit: What It Is and What It Could Do for the Future of the FDLP.” Although a PDF version of the presentation is available on the FDLP web site, it only has the slides, not the text of the presentation.

The complete, original PowerPoint file, including the “speaker notes” with the complete text of the presentation, is available on slideshare:

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