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ICSTI: ERPANET OAIS Training Seminar, København

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  • Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2002 13:44:12 GMT


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ERPANET takes action!


From: "British.editor@erpanet.org" <British.Editor@erpanet.org>

>Subject: ERPANET OAIS Training Seminar, København
>To: BIBLIST@SEGATE.SUNET.SE
>
>OAIS Training Seminar
>København Thursday 28th-Friday 29th November 2002
>The Black Diamond, The Royal Library, Denmark
>
>ERPANET is pleased to announce its first training seminar on the Open
>Archival Information System (OAIS) Model. This two day training session
>will be held in the Black Diamond (Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark) on
>the 28-29 of November 2002, and will provide participants with an
>opportunity to learn about and interpret the OAIS Model and its wider
>applications.
>The event is co-hosted by ERPANET and the Royal Library, Denmark.
>
>Seminar Focus
>·       OAIS Overview
>·       OAIS Walk-through
>·       OAIS Metadata
>·       Experiences
>·       Limitations
>·       Current Applications
>
>Format
>Participants should acquire a working knowledge of the full range of
>preservation functions of the model. The seminar will provide a
>walk-through of the model, an introduction to OAIS metadata, experiences
>of current applications, and group work sessions, which will focus on the
>possible application of the model in the participants own organisation.
>There will also be the chance to listen to and discuss with a range of
>both cultural heritage and scientific sector experts the implementations
>and experiences they have had working with the model.
>
>Who Will Benefit from Attending?
>This seminar has been designed to appeal to a broad array of information
>professions, public bodies, commercial as well as non-profit
>organisations, researchers, and anyone with an interest in learning more
>about the preservation of digital information.
>
>Benefits from Attendance
>Participants will gain working knowledge of the full range of information
>preservation functions of the model.  They will have the opportunity to
>apply the model to their own sector and organisation.
>
>Programme
>Opening:        9:00am 28th November
>Closing:        5:00pm 29th November
>
>Expert speakers include Robin Dale (Research Libraries Group), David
>Giaretta (CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), Hans Hofman (Nationaal
>Archief van Nederland), David Holdsworth (CEDARS), Julien Masanès
>(Bibliothèque nationale de France), Najla Semple (Edinburgh University
>Library), and Deborah Woodyard (British Library).
>
>Venue
>The venue, The Black Diamond, has been very kindly made available by the
>Royal Library and Denmark's Electronic Research Library.
>
>To Register
>The cost of this seminar is 150 Euros. This price includes learning
>materials, lunch, and additional refreshments. Please register by the 10th
>November at www.erpanet.org. For any additional information, please
>contact British.Editor@Erpanet.org.
>
>________________________________________
>Monica Greenan
>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 3549
>Fax: +44(0)141 330 3788
>http://www.erpanet.org

Marie Wallin /KTHB-Sweden

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