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This page presents a list of studies and reports carried out by DGXIII/E-2. We have also included links to other relevant EC publications.


  • Digital Preservation Guidelines - The state of the art in libraries, museums and archives. By Marc Fresko and Kenneth Tombs. European Commission, DG XIII/E. 
    These guidelines are available for downloading in PDF and in Word format:
    • PDF format (zip files):

      Study (69 pp., document size: 4.459 KB; zip file: 2.773 KB)

      Appendix of summaries (39 pp., document size: 1.818 KB; zip file: 1.031 KB)

      If you have difficulty downloading this document you may need to install the Adobe Acrobat Reader 
      Please note that, due to the large size of this document, downloading and printing the PDF version may take a few minutes.

    • Word format:

      Study (68 pp.,607 KB)

      Appendix of summaries (38 pp., 124 KB)

  • Second Metadata Workshop - report of the workshop held in Luxembourg, 26 June 1998. Makx Dekkers, September 1998.
  • Metadata Workshop - report of the workshop held in Luxembourg, 1 and 2 December 1997. Makx Dekkers, January 1998.
  • Exploit Interactive is the EC funded Exploit project's Web magazine, designed to promote awareness, disseminate and exploit reusable project applications and results.

European Commission
DG XIII-E2 Cultural Heritage Applications
Contact person: C. Fernandez de la Puente
e-mail: digicult@cec.be

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