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Plymouth State is the first university in the nation to completely rewrite its organizational structure to fit a cluster model. Born-digital records, both those generated organically as part of the change process as well as those intentionally created to document our evolution, have potential to support future decision-making and assessment and to document our history.
These records need to be collected and managed in an effective way that maximizes their value, and the value of the work they represent. As such, they should be preserved in a digital archive designed for that purpose. A digital archive will organize, make accessible, and preserve resources documenting Plymouth State’s transition to this new organizational framework and showcase the products of cluster projects.
Holba, Annette; Pearman, Alice; and Wixson, Christin, "Cluster Archive [Project Proposal]" (2016). Clusters. 350.