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***Apologies for cross-posting***

The first joint DPE/Planets/nestor Training Event
'Principles of Digital Preservation: a hands-on approach'
Vilnius, Lithuania
1-5 October 2007
http://www.wepreserve.eu/events/dpe-planets-vilnius-2007

DigitalPreservationEurope (DPE), Preservation and Long-term Access through
Networked Services (PLANETS), and nestor - Network of Expertise in
Long-Term
Storage of Digital Resources are delighted to announce that they will be
delivering their first joint training event to introduce the Principles of
Digital Preservation.

This event will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania from 1-5 October 2007. This
event is being held in cooperation with the international conference
"Communication of memory in archives, museums and libraries: the
interaction
of science, policy and practice" which will provide participants with
further networking opportunities to meet with other researchers,
international experts, and practitioners across disciplinary and national
boundaries.

Benefits of Attendance:
This training event will introduce participants to a number of key digital
preservation principles and provide them with an opportunity to apply this
knowledge through a number of hands-on exercises. Participants will leave
with:

. an awareness and understanding of key digital preservation issues and
  challenges,
. an appreciation of the range of roles and responsibilities involved with
  digital preservation activity,
. a developed understanding of the role and use of metadata,
. a familiarity with file formats currently considered beneficial for
  preservation
. an insight into the concepts of trust and trustworthiness in the context
  of digital preservation,
. an understanding of the 'utility analysis' methodology within the
  framework of preservation planning and opportunity to build objective
  trees for different types of digital objects within their own
  institutions

Target Audience:
This event will be of value to practitioners and researchers from the
archives, libraries and museums sector, as well as other institutions such
as data archives, government departments and businesses with an interest in
the topic.

Format:
Internationally established lecturers will lead each half-day session.
Lecturers will assist attendees in understanding the main principles of
digital preservation and how to address them in practice through a number
of
practical exercises. Students will be provided with access to online course
materials covering the topics that will be discussed before and after the
training event.

Course Fees and Registration:
For DPE/Planets/CASPAR/nestor User Community members - 100 Euros
All other participants - 250 Euros
To register, please go to
http://www.wepreserve.eu/events/dpe-planets-vilnius-2007/register/.

For information on travel and accommodation options, please see
http://www.wepreserve.eu/events/dpe-planets-vilnius-2007/.

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.digitalpreservationeurope.eu
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2007.
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