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Subject:

Call for Papers: Preservation 2000

From:

"Kelly L. Russell" <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Kelly L. Russell

Date:

Tue, 4 Apr 2000 15:51:01 +0100

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Apologies for cross-posting.

Please circulate this announcement to other interested individuals 
and organisations or lists as appropriate. 


Call for Papers 

Preservation 2000: 
An International Conference on the 
Preservation and Long Term 
Accessibility of Digital Materials 

7/8 December** 2000 York England. 

**The Research Libraries Group and the Cedars Project will also be 
organising a workshop on preservation metadata for the 6th 
December to be linked to the conference. 

As we enter the new millennium, many organisations and 
individuals share concerns about our ability to bring with us the 
vast array of digital materials accumulated in libraries, archives, 
museums and other cultural and heritage organisations. The 
Consortium of University Research Libraries (CURL) in the UK, 
through the Cedars project, funded through the JISC eLib 
programme, has been developing strategic, methodological and 
practical guidance for libraries and archives in best practice for 
digital preservation. Over the past 2 years, Cedars has been 
actively promoting awareness about the importance of digital 
preservation both amongst university libraries and archives and 
amongst the data creating and data supplying communities upon 
which they depend. 

Preservation 2000 promises to bring together experts and 
enthusiasts from a variety of disciplines and organisations to 
discuss and debate recent advances in this critical area. This 
state of the art conference will make the most of both the 
interdisciplinary and international dimensions which are key to 
facing the challenges imposed by long term access to digital 
objects. 

The aim of the conference is to facilitate meaningful dialogue 
between the wide array of organisations and individuals currently 
working with digital archives and preservation. The main goal for 
the conference is to share, disseminate and discuss current key 
issues concerning the preservation of digital materials. 

The conference aims to focus the programme around three main 
strands: 

*Content and selection issues for long term preservation 
*Models for digital archives including technical and organisational 
issues related to access and management 
*Economic and Cost Modelling for digital preservation 

We invite submissions in ALL areas of digital archiving and 
preservation, including (but not limited to) the following: 

*Exemplars for the establishment of digital archives systems and 
services 
*Management practices commonly required by libraries and 
archives in addressing the longevity of digital collections 
*Business models for digital archives (e.g. collaborative or 
federated repositories) 
*Frameworks for the development of digital collection management 
policies including selection or materials 
*Intellectual property rights: digital preservation issues 
*Security, authentication and authenticity in digital archives 
*Electronic publishing and digital archives 

SUBMISSIONS 
Prospective authors are asked to submit an abstract of no more 
than 500 words describing their paper by NO LATER THAN 30 
May. Notification of acceptance will be made by 30 July. A 
provisional Programme will be available by 30 August. Authors are 
encouraged to submit papers electronically and, in particular, in 
postscript (or PDF) format. 

The Conference Proceedings will be available on the web. 

Abstracts should be submitted to: 

Kelly Russell 
Cedars Project Manager 
University of Leeds 
Leeds, LS2 9JT 
England, UK Phone: (+44) (0) 113 233 6386 Fax:(+44) (0) 113 
2335539 
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***********
Kelly Russell

CEDARS Project Manager
Edward Boyle Library                     phone: (+44) (0)113 233 6386
The University of Leeds                  fax:  (+44) (0)113 233 5539 
Leeds LS2 9JT                            email: [log in to unmask]
http://www.curl.ac.uk/projects/cedars.html


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