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Survey: Digital legacy for photography / closes 30 March 2019

This survey from the Photographic Collections Network looks at what is called digital legacy or digital heritage – by which it means the long-term storage, use and display of digital material, particularly photography. The basic research question is: how will people be able to see today's born-digital photography in 100 years time?
The survey aims to identify respondents most pressing needs and concerns in this area, which will inform the PCN's approach to the subject.
The PCN want to hear from you if any of your work involves or is connected to a photo archive or collection, of any size. Whether you are paid or unpaid, freelance or employed, work at an organisation, a photographer, have inherited a collection, or are a private individual concerned about your own photographs.
The survey, which is anonymous, can be completed here:

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