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OceanTeacher Academy MIM: Training Course on Preservation and Archiving of Digital Media

Event Type Training Course
Date(s)(yyyy-mm-dd) Start: 2010-03-22 - End: 2010-03-26
Location UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODE, UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODE Wandelaarkaai 7 - Pakhuis 61, Oostende, Belgium
Summary Libraries traditionally have formed a preservation safety net for materials that will be transmitted to subsequent generations of information seekers and scholars. For paper-based documents, provision of adequate storage conditions was the best means to help ensure that materials would remain readable far into the future. With the advent of digital technology, many knowledge creators do their work on computers. Some of that knowledge may be printed on paper, but much of it, particularly databases, geographic information, scientific data sets, and Web sites, exists only in electronic form. At the same time, traditional forms of publications have changed significantly and, as a result, create new challenges. For example, publishers of electronic journals license their content to libraries, but libraries do not own that content and they may not have rights to capture digital content to preserve it. Who will preserve these materials? Which organizations or systems will provide the needed preservation safety net for electronic materials? What tools, technologies and standards are available to preserve information in digital format? What are the best practices that can help us to address long-term digital archiving for a range of file formats and media types? This course will examine these questions, as well as provide an introduction to the metadata needed for a digital environment, terminology, cross walking, harvesting, interoperability and metadata frequently used to describe digital collections. Practical hands-on exercises will be included. Through a combination of lecture, case studies and interactive sessions, students will learn about the long-term preservation requirements of digital assets. Archiving Concepts and Definitions The Scientific Environment The Technological Environment Scientific Publishing and Communications Open Access Institutional Repositories Legal Deposit and Copyright Stakeholder Roles Publishers National Libraries National, State and Regional Archives Trusted 3rd Parties Foundations and Private Funding Sources Preservation by Document Type Electronic Journals Theses and Dissertations Scientific Data Sets Technical Reports Conferences, Meetings and Lectures E-Records and Other Standards by Format Type and Open Standards Workflow Metadata Storage Systems Trends and New Issues, Costs and Recommendations
Keywords iodealumni

Event Entered By Peter PISSIERSSENS
Organisers Wouter ROMMENS
Staff Linda PIKULA
Anthony SMITH

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Group(s): IODE , OOS
Created: 2009-05-26 13:37:21
Last Updated: 2011-06-09 22:12:19