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Take a look at our calendar of upcoming events in the digital preservation community.

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20 Sep

Overview This webinar will explore the OPF reference toolset and show a generic view of how the OPF tools can map to a digital preservation process workflow. We will also present the new roadmap plans for the tools under our stewardship and explain how you can follow their progress and contribute to improving the tools. Session lead Martin Wrigley, Open Preservation Foundation Date and time Thursday 20 September 2018 at 14:00 BST | 15:00 CEST The webinar will last approximately…

24 Sep
27 Sep

iPRES is the premier and longest-running conference series on digital preservation. Since 2004, we have had annual iPRES conferences in rotation around the globe on four continents so far. Our conference brings together 300-400 scientists, students, researchers, archivists, librarians, providers, and other experts to share recent developments, innovative projects and to collaboratively solve problems. Come celebrate our 15th conference at iPRES 2018 in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts! iPres 2018 will be co-hosted by Harvard Library & MIT Libraries. OPF will…

18 Oct

Overview This webinar will focus on a selection of advanced imaging services which have been developed and used over the last years at the KU Leuven Libraries for the digitisation of documentary heritage. The presentation aims to demonstrate how a mid-range multispectral imaging set-up has step-by-step been fine-tuned towards a standardised acquisition procedure. In addition, the functionalities and dissemination strategies for the at the KU Leuven developed White Light and Multispectral Portable Light Dome system will be discussed in detail.…

24 Oct

This one-day conference focuses on grey literature, repositories, data management, open access and legal issues. The conference will also be extended with a half-day workshop on data papers. The call for papers is open now. Interested speakers are invited to submit their proposals. All proposals will be validated by the Programme Committee. The submission deadline is May 14. More information, topics of interest and  the online form is available here.

13 Nov
15 Nov

Web archiving is now into its third decade of practice and there is much experience to reflect upon and many achievements to acknowledge. It is also a critical time to look to the future and to the technical, legal, ethical and organisational challenges that saving the web for citizens and for researchers continue to present. As established web archives mature and new initiatives emerge, web archive artefacts and data become more valuable for our understanding of societies, politics, cultures and…

12 Feb
14 Feb

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