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The Alexander Turnbull Library has been managing unpublished born-digital content through the National Digital Heritage Archive (NDHA) since 2008, and has been continually reviewing and refining these workflows over the years since. This paper, based on a presentation at the 2017 International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) annual conference held in Berlin, Germany, will explore the changing practice at the Alexander Turnbull Library, using oral history and sound collections as case studies for the acquisition, appraisal, description, and access to born-digital collections, including a few lessons learnt along the way.
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