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Subject:

DLM Forum 10-12 December 2008

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Elizabeth Shepherd <[log in to unmask]>

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Elizabeth Shepherd <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 8 Oct 2008 10:33:07 +0100

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The 3rd DLM Forum Conference (2008) will take 
place in Toulouse from the 10th to the 12th of 
December, under the auspices of the French 
Presidency of the European Union. It will be 
organised jointly by the Archives de France (part 
of the French Culture and Communication Ministry) 
and the Association des Archivistes Français.

Three years after the DLM Conference held in 
Budapest, this new conference will be an 
opportunity to focus on European achievements and 
new directions in the field of digital records 
and archives management. The event will also 
include a presentation of the new Model 
Requirements Specification for the Management of 
Electronic Records, MoReq2, published in February 
2008 as an update to the previous specifications, 
overseen by the DLM Forum and the European Commission.
Electronic storage and digital conservation 
involve a variety of actors and partners: 
producers, archiving services (either when 
providing advice or when acting as repositories), 
agencies coordinating e-Government, service 
providers (security, storage etc.), suppliers of 
software or hardware, consultants and so on. All 
these participants have a role to play.

The conference will focus on themes such as 
cooperation, partnerships and shared resources, 
made necessary by the cost and complexity of 
digital preservation; the emergence of norms and 
standards and the way they are increasingly taken 
into account when developing systems for 
electronic storage; questions concerning data 
security, the certification and audit of existing 
systems; the implied changes to the training and 
professional activities of archivists as well to computer services etc.

All these issues will be illustrated through the 
presentation of real-life developments and 
practical applications using the entire chain of digital archiving.

• The DLM Forum was originally based on the 
conclusions of the Council of the European Union 
(Official Journal of the European Communities C 
235 of 17 June 1994) concerning cooperation in 
the field of archives. It has flourished and is 
now an association of members from public sector, 
research, and private sector organisations across 
the EU states and includes the EC. DLM is now an 
acronym for Document Lifecycle Management.

The website address for the conference is : www.dlm2008.com



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Dr Elizabeth Shepherd PhD, MA, BA, DMS, DAS, 
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), RMSA
Reader in archives and records management
Departmental Graduate Research Tutor
School of Library, Archive and Information Studies
University College London
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT

tel: +020 7679 2945
fax: +020 7383 0557

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slais/elizabeth-shepherd/

Please note that Elizabeth works part-time. Her 
usual work days are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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