Part I: Issues
Chapter 1: Why Is Digital Preservation an Issue?
Chapter 2: What Electronic Data Should Be Preserved?
Chapter 3: Who Should Be Responsible for Digital Preservations?
Chapter 4: How Can Electronic Publications Be Prepared?
Chapter 5: How Much Will It Cost?
Part II: Models, Formats, and Standards
Chapter 6: Models for Syntactic and Semantic Interoperability: Metalanguages and Metadata Formats
Chapter 7: Standards for Structural Interoperability: Frameworks and Wrapper Technology
Chapter 8: From Theory to Reality: Selected Electronic Data Archives in the United States
Chapter 9: Further Reality: International Digital Cultural Heritage Centers and Sites and Electronic Data Archives