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preservation

 [prĕ-zer-va´shun]
maintenance.
fertility preservation in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as providing information, counseling, and treatment that facilitates reproductive health and the ability to conceive. See also fertility.
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National Archives and Records Administration on electronic records and digital preservation issues.
De Stefano has written articles on preservation-related topics including, "Preserving Photographs," "Use-based Selection for Preservation Microfilming," and "Selection for Digital Conversion in Academic Libraries." In addition, she was a contributor to the Research Libraries Group publication entitled Moving Theory into Practice and Preservation Issues and Planning, published by the American Libraries Association.
"To provide a theoretical and conceptual framework within which to understand records management and historical preservation issues related to government Websites.
Levy (2000) asserts that the lack of attention to preservation issues has been the most glaring omission of the first decade of digital library research and development.
When preservation issues are pushed to the fore during the planning and development of electronic publications and when they are appreciated as matters of administrative and editorial policy, the resolution of technical questions actually becomes simplified.

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