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[InetBib] Conference Announcement: Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation & BRTF/ESDI Roundtable.

 Liebe inetbib-Leser,

hier eine Bekanntgabe für eine internationle Konferenz im Bereich Digitaler 
Langzeitarchivierung in Tallinn.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best wishes
Kathrin Grzeschik
Projektkoordination LuKII /
Project Coordinator LuKII

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Institut für Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin

030 / 2093-4462
0160 / 9752 1015


Please excuse cross-posting

Conference Announcement:
Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation

Date: May 23-25, 2011
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Conference Website: http://www.Educopia.org/events/ANADP

Ensuring long-term access to digital resources is a task few institutions or 
even countries can take on by themselves. Cooperation is key to successful 
digital preservation: cooperation between individual institutions, sectors, and 

For this reason we are pleased to announce the “Aligning National Approaches to 
Digital Preservation” conference. While there are many annual events that 
support and encourage information exchange across national boundaries, no event 
has yet attempted to set a strategic direction across the range of topics 
represented here: Organizational, Technical, Legal, Standards, Economic, and 
Education alignment. This conference intends to provide a participatory forum 
for information exchange and focused work on these topics for the purpose of 
building international collaborations to support the preservation of our 
collective digital memory. 

The outcomes for the event will be a strategic alignment of national approaches 
to enable new forms of international cooperation and an edited volume that 
documents an action plan for building collaboration among interested digital 
preservation initiatives.

Keynotes and Panel Chairs include:

Laura Campbell - (U.S. Library of Congress)
Gunnar Sahlin - (National Library of Sweden)
Inge Angevaare - (Netherlands Coalition for Digital Preservation)
Joy Davidson - (HATII, University of Glasgow)
Maurizio Lunghi - (Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale)
Adrienne Muir - (Loughborough University)
Raivo Ruusalepp - (Tallinn University)
Michael Seadle - (Berlin School of Library and Information Science, 
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Confirmed Panel Speakers include:

Dwayne Buttler - (University of Louisville)

Sheila Corrall - (University of Sheffield)
George Coulbourne - (U.S. Library of Congress) 
David Giaretta - (Alliance for Permanent Access to the Records of Science)
Stéphane Goldstein - (Research Information Network - RIN)
Neil Grindley - (Joint Information Systems Committee - JISC)
Martin Halbert - (University of North Texas, Educopia Institute, MetaArchive)
Nancy McGovern - (Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research 
Wilma Mossink - (SURFfoundation)
Andreas Rauber - (Technical University of Vienna)
Mihkel Reial - (National Library of Estonia)
Adam Rusbridge - (HATII, University of Glasgow)
Sabine Schrimpf (Deutsche Nationalbibliothek/nestor)  
Bohdana Stoklasova - (National Library of Czech Republic, Prague)
Aaron Trehub - (Auburn University, ADPNet)

Matthew Woollard - (UK Data Archive) 
Current Sponsors include:

U.S. Library of Congress
University of North Texas Libraries

Auburn University Libraries
Council on Libraries and Information Resources (CLIR)

Internet Archive

Please visit http://www.Educopia.org/events/ANADP to register or to get more 
information on participating in or sponsoring this conference.

Immediately following the conference, on May 26th, the ESDI Roundtable Workshop 
(http://www.Educopia.org/events/ANADP/ESDI_Roundtable) will be held to provide 
an international forum to discuss the implications of the Blue Ribbon Task 
Force conclusions and recommendations, focus on new work in this area, and hear 
from a range of participants about the various national actions that are being 
taken to ensure an economically sustainable digital future. Places at this 
meeting are very limited and some will be filled by targeted invitation. Please 
contact Neil Grindley at JISC (n.grindley@xxxxxxxxxx) to inquire about 


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