Effective Strategies For Long-Term Data Preservation And Website Management For The Gelman Site: A Case Study Of 1,4-Dioxane Cleanup Project In Michigan
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Open Access Thesis
Master of Public Health (MPH)
School of Public Health
The Gelman project is a cleanup initiative for 1,4-dioxane contamination caused by Gelman Sciences Inc, which might take years or decades to be finished. Document management becomes a challenge for the Gelman project since a substantial number of documents generated over the years can be lost during organizational changes. Scio Residents for Safe Water (SRSW) is a website that tries to integrate sources from different stakeholders for the Gelman project. Keeping them organized and engaged becomes another question. The thesis project aims to provide website management strategies to enhance user engagement and recommends data preservation strategies for this long-term cleanup project, based on the lessons learned from other initiatives with similar needs.
Shi, Xiao, "Effective Strategies For Long-Term Data Preservation And Website Management For The Gelman Site: A Case Study Of 1,4-Dioxane Cleanup Project In Michigan" (2023). Public Health Theses. 2341.
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