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OPF Webinar - Working Collaboratively in Digital Preservation

Open Preservation Foundation

Friday, 30 November 2012 from 11:00 to 11:40 (GMT)

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Paul Wheatley, Project Manager for the SPRUCE Project, will lead our next webinar session on Friday 30 November at 11:00 GMT / 12:00 CET.

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

This session will include:

  • 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

Who should attend?

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

About Paul

Paul has nearly 15 years of experience of working on digital stewardship issues, until just recently leading the Digital Preservation Team at the British Library. He now manages the SPRUCE Project, which is supporting new and existing digital preservation effort in the UK via a community building approach.

Do you have questions about OPF Webinar - Working Collaboratively in Digital Preservation? Contact Open Preservation Foundation

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