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Registration will close on Friday 27th February 2009.

Event: RSP Repository Softwares Day
Date: Thursday 19th March, 2009
Venue: Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), Manchester

The Repositories Support Project (RSP) will be hosting a repository
software and related services showcase day at the Museum of Science and
Industry in Manchester on the 19th March 2009. The aim of the day is
through exhibition and demonstration, to introduce delegates to a range
of existing and developing Repository softwares and technologies. There
will also be the opportunity for delegates to discuss issues and seek
help from software providers; as well as providing networking
opportunities with other repository users. 

The day itself will have a number of streams running concurrently
throughout the day including: 

* repository project case studies; 
* software demonstrations; 
* software surgeries; 
* user groups; 
* software and services exhibition in a marketplace environment. 

Who should attend?

The RSP Repository Softwares Day is aimed at all disciplines and
practitioners in the repository community including: software vendors;
repository administrators and managers; e-resource and technical staff.

Benefits of attendance:

* Be introduced to a range of existing and developing Repository
softwares and technologies
* Have the opportunity to discuss issues with current software providers
at software surgeries and user groups
* Learn how repository softwares have been extended for extra
* Network with other members of the repository community

For on-line registration please visit

Please indicate within the form which repository software you are
currently using and whether there is a topic you would like to discuss
at a software surgery.

Dominic Tate

SHERPA Repository Development Officer

Greenfield Medical Library
Queen's Medical Centre

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