Library of Congress Seeks Digital Preserves

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The U.S. Library of Congress recently made almost $15 million in grants to eight institutions to identify, collect and preserve significant digital material. The Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program seeks to preserve material that was "born digital." NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Laura Campbell of the Library of Congress.

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