Published June 15, 2022 | Version v1
Designated Communities: Uncertainty and Risk
This poster explores the tension between the concept of a Designated Community as a foundational element in Trustworthy Digital Repository certification and curators’ uncertainty about how to interpret and apply this concept in practice.
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