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Community Projects: Working Collaboratively in Digital Preservation

30th Nov 2012 : 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Overview

This webinar focuses on the benefits of addressing digital preservation challenges as a community. It introduces a number of current resources, initiatives and projects, and explains how you can get involved, contribute to them, and get lots of value back.

This session  includes:

  • Community fail: what has gone wrong in the digital preservation community?
  • The benefits of collaboration: how working together is good for us all, but most importantly *you*
  • Get involved: a sample of the best collaborative initiatives and how you can be part of them
  • The end result: what we can achieve when we collaborate

This session is aimed at:

  • Digital preservation practitioners (whether you have years of digital preservation experience, or you are just getting started).

Session lead

Paul Wheatley, Project Manager for the SPRUCE Project

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Details

Date:
30th Nov 2012
Time:
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Organiser

Open Preservation Foundation