Books.Files: Preservation of Digital Assets in the Contemporary Publishing Industry: A Report
Ooligan Press -- Management, Publishers and publishing -- Oregon -- Portland, Publishers and publishing -- Digital techniques, Book industry -- Digital humanities
This Sidebar is an overview of the human process of creating, sorting, storing and preserving digital files in the lifecycle of one book made by Portland State University's Ooligan Press. Ooligan is a teaching press staffed by students pursuing master's degrees in the Department of English.
Kathi Berens © 2020.
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The final research report is available online and can be found here: https://doi.org/10.13016/1i33-pl0y
Berens, K. “Lifecycles of Digital Files and Staff Labor at Ooligan Press in Portland, Oregon,” in Matthew Kirschenbaum, et al., Books.Files: Preservation of Digital Assets in the Contemporary Publishing Industry . College Park, MD, and New York, NY: University of Maryland and the Book Industry Study Group, 2020.