"Items that have strong historical value must be arranged, described, and preserved with care to ensure that they are accessible, discoverable, and available to a wide audience. While researchers and students are usually considered when thinking about accessibility and discoverability, you might want to consider others who will want access to your materials. These might include family or other community members, or even the general public who may have an interest in your collections for reasons beyond formal, academic research. Considering whom you want to have access to your holdings will help you think about how much to process (organize and describe) a collection, what security measures to use, and how to store your materials. [...] "
(dostęp z 5.08.2022)