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- About the Authors
This issue of Library Technology Reports (vol. 56, no. 5) addresses some of the following questions. How do library community members build their digital lives? Are libraries involved in the building and education of those digital lives? How do we as librarians aid our patrons in understanding the legacies they leave behind in a digital world? Death is a topic often avoided, but the legacy we leave behind in both our physical and digital worlds is important. These legacies deserve recognition. In this report we investigate digital footprints, digital legacy, and digital lives.
Chapter 2—Digital Literacy and Digital Legacy
Chapter 3—The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Digital Legacies
Chapter 4—Digital Citizenship, Digital Legacy, and School Librarians
Chapter 5—Digitization and Personal Digital Archiving
Chapter 6—Keeping Your Digital Legacy Safe
Heather Moorefield-Lang and Jeffry Lang