[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
[InetBib] Digital Preservation Advanced Practitioner Course 2014
- Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 13:55:29 +0300
- From: Tsakonas Giannis <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] Digital Preservation Advanced Practitioner Course 2014
*** apologies for cross-postings ***
Digital Preservation Advanced Practitioner Course 2014
7th-11th July, Vienna
After the success of last year’s workshop, we are delighted to announce
the return of this training event organised by APARSEN and presented in
collaboration with TIMBUS.
This week-long event in Vienna, will bring together practitioners and
researchers at the leading edge of digital preservation, providing
attendees with training at an advanced level. The training will aim to
cover issues across the digital preservation lifecycle by addressing
topics within four main themes: identifying the key issues of digital
preservation, understanding the value of digital data, managing and
preserving your data and establishing trustworthy repositories. The
training will be presented as a mix of presentations, practical
exercises and group discussion.
The course is the second iteration of what will become a yearly event
to be presented from 2015 by the Virtual Centre of Excellence developed
out of APARSEN. It will bring together those at the forefront of digital
preservation research and training, and it is intended for managers and
staff already working in digital preservation. It assumes a working
knowledge of existing standards like the Open Archival Information
System (OAIS) as well as an understanding of how issues of preservation
apply to their own institution.
Course fees are 250€ for 5 days, and this includes lunch and
refreshments but not accommodation. Registration is now open via the
APARSEN website: http://bit.ly/1gWdQzs
This training event is co-funded by the European Community’s 7th
Framework Programme for Research and Development FP7/2007-2013 –
ICT-2009.4.1: Digital Libraries and Digital Preservation (grant
agreement No 269977), the APARSEN Project.
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.