The resources translated into Arabic are based on the following sources.
- Practical Guidelines on Digitisation
The Arabic document is based on the guidelines of the German Research Foundation (DFG), updated and adapted to the region.
The practical guidelines for the DFG funded archival projects, published in 2013 (DFG form 12.151 – 02/13), can be downloaded here (last accessed 10/03/19).
The guidelines of Scientific Library Services and Information Systems (LIS), published in 2009, can be dowloaded here (last accessed 10/03/19).
- OAIS reference model
The introduction to the OAIS reference model is based on several sources including the following:
Lavoie, B, 2014, The Open Archival Information System (OAIS) Reference Model: Introductory Guide (2nd Edition) , Great Britain (last accessed 12/06/17).
Lavoie, B. and Gartner, R. 2013, Preservation Metadata (2nd edition), Digital Preservation Coalition, York. (last accessed 12/06/17)
Pawletko, J. and Caplan, P. 2011, Towards interoperable preservation repositories: Repository exchange package use cases and best practices, IS T Archiving Conference 2011 (last accessed 12/06/17).
Center for Research Libraries and OCLC, 2007, Trustworthy repositories audit and certification: Criteria and checklist (Version 1.0), The Center for Research Libraries and Online Computer Library, Inc., Chicago IL and Dublin OH (last accessed 12/06/17).
The Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS), June 2012, Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS), Recommended Practice, (CCSDS 650.0-M-2: Magenta Book), CCSDS, Washington, DC (last accessed 12/06/17).
Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA), The Open Archival Information System (OAIS) (last accessed 12/06/17).
- Dublin Core Metadata Standard
- Totalstation Leica TS06 Manual
- Guidelines for the documentation of investigations in the field of restorationThis document was translated from German into Arabic by the team of the association Syrians for Heritage (SIMAT). The original document in German was produced by the State Office for Heritage Management and Archaeology, Saxony-Anhalt , 2014. Click here for the original file (last accessed 08/01/2020).