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Digital Preservation Resources
The link below is an interactive slideshow about digital heritage and the importance of digital preservation.
The Library of Congress offers great tips on how to preserve your digital heritage from personal papers to photographs:
Want to know how fast technology evolves/becomes obsolete? Read here:
For more information about digital photographs preservation best practices check out the Library of Congress's website here:
Here are some useful sites from Facebook and Instagram that can help you to upload hi-res photos:
The Library of Congress has a great blog called The Signal that often talks about best digital preservation practices. Here are a few articles we found most useful:
In this link Facebook discusses their new software program that deals with digital images on the site:
This is a great article by the Digital Preservation Coalition discussing the difficulties of preserving digital images:
How long will digital storage media last?