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DCC Tutorial Building Trust in Digital Repositories Using the DRAMBORA Toolkit

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Joy Davidson <[log in to unmask]>

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Joy Davidson <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 4 Apr 2007 11:46:59 +0100

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***Apologies for cross-posting***

DCC Tutorial Building Trust in Digital Repositories Using the DRAMBORA 
Toolkit
27 April 2007
British Library, London
http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/drambora-london-2007/

Introducing the DRAMBORA Toolkit
This practical tutorial will provide a contextual overview of the need for
an evidence based evaluation of digital repositories and offer an overview
of the DCC pilot audits to date. The tutorial will then move on to
demonstrate how institutions can make use of the DRAMBORA toolkit to 
design, develop, evaluate, and/or refine new or existing trusted digital 
repository systems and workflows. This will involve a walk-through of the 
self-assessment process with practical examples based on the pilot audits. 
Participants will be encouraged to draw upon and share their own 
experiences during this discussion. Participants will receive a hard copy 
of the toolkit and related documentation to take away with them so they 
can begin to assess their own repositories and workflows or start 
developing a repository system.

Benefits of Participation
This course will enable attendees to,

- Comprehend the concepts of trust with regards to digital repositories 
- Recognize the need for evidence-based evaluation for building trust in
digital repositories 
- Understand how the DRAMBORA toolkit can be used to help design and 
develop systems and workflows that can help build trusted digital 
repositories 
- Obtain skills needed to undertake a thorough assessment of digital
repositories using the DRAMBORA toolkit 
- Appreciate the range of staff and skill-sets required to implement and
sustain a trusted digital repository 
- Intended Audience

The intended audience for this event is anyone involved in funding,
supporting, developing, implementing, and/or managing digital repositories.

Instructors
Andrew McHugh, advisory services manager for the DCC since 2004, leads a
world-class team of digital curation practitioners in offering leading-edge
expertise and insight in a range of issues. His most recent work at the DCC
has involved leading its work in trusted repository Audit and 
Certification. McHugh also lectures on multimedia systems and design on 
the MSc in Information Technology run by the Computing Science Department 
at Glasgow. 

Seamus Ross, professor of Humanities Informatics and Digital Curation and
director of Humanities Computing and Information Management at the
University of Glasgow, runs HATII (Humanities Advanced Technology and
Information Institute, of which he is the founding director. He is an
associate director of the DCC, a co-principal investigator in the DELOS
Digital Libraries Network of Excellence, and principal director of Digital
Preservation Europe (DPE). 

Raivo Ruusalepp is currently involved in the audit and certification of
digital repositories work of the EU Digital Preservation Europe project. He
is employed at the National Archives of Netherlands and the Estonian
Business Archives. Ruusalepp has an MA in computing applications for 
history from University of London and has worked with digital archives and
electronic records management for more than ten years. 

Venue
The venue for this event is the British Library, London. For travel
directions please see http://www.bl.uk/about/locations.html. 

Registration
Registration for this event is limited to 25 participants. Registration 
fees are 50 for DCC Associates Network members and 75 for non-members. To
register, please go to
http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/drambora-london-2007/register. Membership of 
the DCC Associates Network is FREE! For more information on becoming a 
member,see our Associates Network at page http://www.dcc.ac.uk/associates. 

Best regards,
Joy Davidson
DCC Training Coordinator and ERPANET British Editor
Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII)
George Service House, 11 University Gardens,
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QJ
Scotland
Tel: +44(0)141 330 8592
Fax: +44(0)141 330 3788
http://www.dcc.ac.uk
http://www.erpanet.org

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