INTERNET AND DIGITAL ARCHIVE: PRACTICES, PECULIARITIES AND CHALLENGES

List of sections: 
History - Open specialized section
Mounth / Year: 
2015, June
Issue of the journal: 
6
Pages: 
11-13
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Abstract: 

This article sets out the peculiarities of digital archive practices, mainly focusing on the Internet as an archive and the ways it is used to create a “popular” archive.

Keywords: 
popular archive, Internet, digital technology.
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