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Archiving Conference in South Africa

Workshop on Archiving Scientific &Technical Data, 20-21 May 2002,
Pretoria,
South Africa

The Working Group on Digital Archiving of the South African National
Committee for CODATA, with the cooperation of the National Research
Foundation (NRF), presents a Workshop on Digital Archiving that will
take
place at the NRF in Pretoria on 20-21 May, 2002.

The aim of the workshop is to develop and further the understanding and
practice of pertinent scientific, technical, management and policy
issues in
preserving computerised data over the long term. The first in South
Africa,
the workshop will be attended by several international experts on
archiving
of computerised data from all science domains.

Please find enclosed the programme and further details of the workshop.

Kindly note that delegates are responsible for their own arrangements
and
expenditures.

Details of participants should
be mailed not later than 28 March, 2002 to Mrs Henda van der Berg,
e-mail
address: jhmvdberg@nrf.ac.za <MAILTO:JHMVDBERG@NRF.AC.ZA< a> >  or
postal
address Research Information Unit, NRF, PO Box 2600, Pretoria, 0001,
South
Africa.


Documents at:

 ftp://ftp.unige.ch/pub/soft/crystal/epc/za1.doc
 ftp://ftp.unige.ch/pub/soft/crystal/epc/za2.doc


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