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Conference Abstract (Long Paper)
Long papers should describe completed, substantial and/or previously unpublished research. This could include critical explorations or discussions which contribute to the conference theme on digital preservation in the arts, social sciences and humanities, or reports on significant technological developments, which should describe the impact on research methodologies and applications. Abstract length: 1200-1500 words.
Presentations at the conference for long papers have a 20-minute slot.
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Terms and Conditions
Authors who submit their work to DPASSH agree to the following terms and conditions:
- Authors confirm that all abstracts, papers, posters, etc., submitted are their own original works and have not been published elsewhere.
- Authors retain copyright and any other intellectual property rights associated with their paper, presentation but agree to DPASSH publishing final papers as part of conference proceedings under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
- In subsequent publications of this work (e.g. revised version for a journal), authors should acknowledge initial presentation at DPASSH.
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