The speakers are at the forefront of current research aiming to facilitate the preservation and access of born digital materials. They will each present a thought-provoking assessment of a specific topic or project related to e-records issues.
This seminar is being held in conjunction with a meeting of the Section Bureau of the International Council on Archives, Section on University and Research Institution Archives. As such, attendees will be provided ample opportunity to discuss issues and compare notes with a diverse group of international colleagues.
Cost: £65.00 standard, £35.00 students. Includes lunch and coffee.
To register complete the registration form and email it to Jennifer Johnstone at firstname.lastname@example.org or send it by post to:
ERM Seminar Registration
Centre for Archive and Information Studies (CAIS)
University of Dundee
Dundee DD1 4HN
Fax to: : +44 (0)1382 385523
9:30 - Registration and coffee
10:00 - Introduction: Patricia Whatley, Director, CAIS
Session 1: Programme Assessment and Planning
Chair: Dr Chris Prom, University of Dundee
10:10 - Dr Ian Anderson, Senior Lecturer in New Technologies for the Humanities, HATII, University of Glasgow, The Archivist is Dead, Long Live the Archivist!
10.45 - Malcolm Todd, Digital Archives Advice Manager, The National Archives, London, Horses for Courses: Scaling our Solutions to Support Implementation, Cost Effectiveness, and Trust
11:20 - Coffee
11:40 - Dr William Kilbride, Executive Director, Digital Preservation Coalition, Digital Preservation: Things I wish I knew before I started (and which you might want to know before you do)
12:15 - Remarks and Discussion
12:45 - Lunch
Session 2: Implementation Tools and Techniques
Chair: Dr Karen Anderson, Mid-Sweden University
13:45 - Dr Viv Cothey, E-Preservation Archivist, Gloucestershire Archives, Implementing Digital Curation in Local Authority Archives
14:15 - Peter Cliff, Oxford University Bodleian Library, BEAM: Developing and Implementing Tools to Manage Hybrid Archives
14:45 - Dr Susanne Belovari, Archivist for Reference and Collections, Tufts University Digital Collections and Archives, Boston, Digital Preservation the Planets Way: can it work for smaller archives?
15:15 - Coffee
15:30 - Dr Chris Prom, Fulbright Distinguished Scholar, University of Dundee, Building an Electronic Archives Programme on a Shoestring
16:00 - Round up remarks and discussion, Dr William Maher, University Archivist, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
16:30 - Dr Chris Prom, Conclusions