• Eko Noprianto Universitas Lancang Kuning
  • I Ketut Gunadi Adiguna Universitas Gadjah Mada
Keywords: Preservation, digital archives, individual digital photo


This study aims to determine the preservation activities of individual digital photo archives by students of MIP UGM force 2018-2019. This research use descriptive statistic method. The population of this research is MIP UGM student force of 2018-2019 which amounted to 36 people. Data collection techniques used questionnaires, which refers to the preservation framework of individual digital photo archives developed by the Library of Congress, includes: identify, decide, organize, and make copies. The results showed: 1) identify the storage of photos. At this stage, it is known that all or equal 100% of the number of respondents store a collection of digital photos on a computer / laptop. 2) decide to determine the most important photo to be saved. At this stage, almost entirely or equal 90% of the total respondents have applied it well. 3) organize the activities of grouping photos. This stage has not been considered well by the respondents in preservation of digital photo archives. The Most or equal 60% of respondents have grouped photos using a folder system based on year, location, person, and activity at the time the photo taken. However, only a small part that gives the name or description on each photo file, so this will be difficult in the image retrieval process. 4) Making copies of photos. At this stage, most or equal 60% of respondents have made copies of photos and stored them on different media, both online and offline.


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How to Cite
Noprianto, E., & Adiguna, I. K. G. (2021). PRESERVASI ARSIP FOTO DIGITAL INDIVIDUAL: KAJIAN PADA MAHASISWA MIP UGM ANGKATAN 2018-2019. Jurnal Pustaka Budaya, 8(1), 54-63.
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