Repository to support search and retrieval to improve access to information is a second goal. It is the one area that has received much attention. The next goals of the third and fourth are achieving required by digital preservation. Assume that institutional repositories, digital preservation is a challenging task for digital preservation is a complex process and there are many organization, management and technical issues that cannot be resolved. Because there are plenty of activities to create a repository, storing content and promote findings encourage cultural change required.
DOCUMENTATION A concise and accessible documentation is essential for the management of the collections, research and public services. The process of documentation includes registration, inventory and cataloging, and the use of manual and electronic formats to access to information according to established standards. “There are a number of software packages available which are suitable for producing inventories. Such databases are powerful tools designed to handle large amounts of information” (Xavier-Rowe 2010, p.3). A complete inventory of the collection is fundamental.
Chapter two; Literature Review The entire research journey is based on few important steps which can also be recognized as research process involving certain measures; to be carried out effectively. This process includes (Library, 2015); 1. Framing of a particular research question 2. searching and examining the relevant literature studies 3. Management of the accumulated search data 4. Synthesize of research work 5. generating literature assessment A literature review is defined as a report carrying evaluative data/information abstracted from the related piece of literature with respect to selected field of study.
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW This chapter presents a review of literature that is related to computer and digital forensics. It begins by taking a look at the meaning of computer forensics and the different areas within this field. It also explores the forensic science process and the challenges facing practitioners. The chapter then discusses social networking and its relationship with cybercrime and the role of forensics in keeping user information private and secure. It concludes by reviewing the meaning and significance of metadata information in resolving digital or cybercrime activities.
4.3 FLOW CHART FOR RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FRAMEWORK This is to show the sequence of work from the initial stage to completion of the research, which will be explained in succession. The sequence of work involved in this research is divided into four different stages. The explanations are as follows: 4.3.1 Topic Selection It is carried out from readings of related topics from articles, journals and websites which are focus on level of success of Construction Industry Master Plan (CIMP) 2006-2015 among local