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Mike Ashenfelder from the Library of Congress talks with Patricia Cruse, Director of the California Curation Center about making government information available to the general public and about her work with the libraries of the University of California system.
Patricia Cruse is the director of the California Curation Center, formerly known as the California Digital Library's Digital Preservation Program. Cruse works with the University of California libraries to develop strategies for the preservation of digital content that supports the research, teaching, and learning mission of the UC system. From GPO Gate to the Web Archiving Service to HathiTrust and DataONE, her professional focus has always been on empowering people by providing them with broad access to digital information.
About Digital Preservation
The mission of the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program is to develop a national strategy to collect, preserve and make available significant digital content for current and future generations. Collaboration and shared ideas are essential to the success of all digital preservation institutions. These podcasts are conversations with digital preservation leaders.