Digitalia – From Data to Information Management

Digitalia, Research Center on Digital Information Management supports and advances the maintenance and preservation of digital information.

Merely obtaining data does not create value. Data must first be transformed into well-defined information, whose origins, features and meaning are known.

Our mission is to enhance the usability, use and availability of digital datasets. We also make sure that data is preservable and reliable.

Digitalia researches and applies particularly

• methods and tools for managing and using digital information
• methods and tools for digital preservation.

 

European Regional Development Fund Leverage from the EU Etelä-Savon maakuntaliitto

Expert in information management and long-term preservation

By means of intelligent and learning solutions, large amounts of data can be applied. One example is data produced in digital communication.

We enable better use and management of information. We also make sure information is preserved for a long time, while being usable and reliable.

We conduct migration research, i.e. advance in transferring digital information from obsolete media and repositories into novel ones.

 

Developing digital long-term preservation requires testing different preservation media, file formats and repositories.

Please contact us, when you need to develop the management of digital information!

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Digitalia – Research Center on Digital Information Management

Noora Talsi
research director, Xamk, digital economy
p. 040 648 5020

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences
Patteristonkatu 2
50100 Mikkeli
Finland

The National Library of Finland, Centre for Preservation and Digitisation
Saimaankatu 6
50100 Mikkeli
Finland

 

Digitalia team at Xamk, email: firstname.surname@xamk.fi

Miia Kosonen
RDI advisor, project manager
p. 040 672 0694

Anssi Jääskeläinen
RDI advisor, applications, format migration

Tuomo Räisänen
IT specialist, application development

Teemu Hänninen
IT specialist, documentation, training materials

 

Digitalia team at The National Library of Finland, email: firstname.surname@helsinki.fi

Minna Kaukonen
development manager, the National Library of Finland
p. 050 415 5450
minna.kaukonen(at)helsinki.fi

Kimmo Kettunen
research coordinator, the National Library of Finland
kimmo.kettunen(at)helsinki.fi

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