With the digital transformation of the university and society, the archival documents and the practices of preservation are changing
Paper correspondence and records are increasingly being replaced by digital documents in the administrative area. Personal papers of today's research and teaching staff are predominantly created on computers, they are "born digital". Special collections and digital "objects" such as emails, websites, online platforms and databases are also part of university life. Digital resources should be preserved with the same integrity and authenticity as traditional physical material, to keep them available to future generations as reliable sources for research.