8 March 2017 | 14:00 Online webinar


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The OECD (Organisation for Econimic Cooperation and Development) is an international government organisation that creates knowledge. Its reports and analysis focus on important social and environmental issues, and are underpinned by data colected from participating national statistics offices and other sources. With more than 5 billion data points and constant updates, the challenge was how to preserve the dynamic data, in a format facilitating use and ensuring long-term availability.

In this webinar Project Manager Terri Mitton at OECD explains how this expansive data was captured and archived for dissemination alongside other digital content of the research platform, OECD Library.

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