[SIGCIS-Members] Institutions actively collecting historical programs/software for long-term preservation

Molly Des Jardin mdesjardin at gmail.com
Wed Apr 26 10:58:11 PDT 2017


This is just the one I know of, but the University of Michigan library
has a computer and video game archive that was getting started when I
was a PhD student there:

https://www.lib.umich.edu/computer-video-game-archive
http://guides.lib.umich.edu/cvga

On Wed, Apr 19, 2017 at 11:44 AM, David C. Brock <dcb at dcbrock.net> wrote:
> Dear List:
>
> I wanted to compile a list of institutions and organizations that are today
> actively collecting historical programs/software (including games and art
> objects qua software) for long term preservation.
>
> Can you help?
>
> Best wishes,
>
> David
>
> +++++++++++++++
> David C. Brock
> dcb at dcbrock.net
>
> Director
> Center for Software History
> Computer History Museum
> www.computerhistory.org
>
> 40 Russell Street, Greenfield, MA 01301
> Mobile: 413-522-3578
> Skype: dcbrock
> Twitter: @dcbrock
>
>
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