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[InetBib] IFLA Webinar series: Digital Preservation - Managing Publications and Data for future Research

Liebe Kolleg:innen,

das IFLA Academic and Research Libraries Standing Committee veranstaltet 
regelmäßig Webinare, die Teilnahme ist "free and open to the public". Beim 
nächsten Termin am 8.4.2021 geht es um Digital Preservation. Das Webinar halten 
meine Kolleginnen Katharina Markus, Uta Parmaksiz und Ursula Arning. Gerne 
leite ich Ihnen die Einladung der IFLA weiter:

Webinar series
Please click the link below to join the webinar:

The ARL Standing Committee of IFLA will be hosting a series to engage in 
discourse on issues relating to academic and research libraries. Please join 
us!!  Our next session is:

Digital Preservation - Managing Publications and Data for future Research

April 8, 2021
at 14h00 CET

The digital world can be elusive and short-lived, as continuous use of digital 
material may be dependent on the right file format, fitting displaying medium, 
and sufficient context information. Printed books preserved in academic 
libraries continue to be of importance for research even if they're hundreds of 
years old. The same applies to digital material, resulting in digital 
preservation as a field of work for academic libraries.
This web seminar will first give a comprehensive overview of the basics of 
digital preservation, and, in a second part, a more in depth account of 
challenges regarding research data in this field.
The basics comprise of various sides of digital preservation, touching on 
collaboration, management and standards for archives. Among these, preservation 
planning, target communities and relevant characteristics of preserved objects 
will be discussed. ZB MED is developing digital preservation for its own 
collections and automation in parts. Accordingly, various accounts and examples 
for the indicated topics will be given.
Research Data amplifies various challenges of digital preservation, like large 
amounts of material, format diversity, need for community contact and more. 
Reuse and access for researchers depend on specific precautions accordingly. In 
this web seminar, various approaches to these challenges are introduced. 
Prelimary content selection and respective preservation levels has to be 
considered, as well as possible automation of workflows.


Dr. Katharina Markus
ZB MED - Information Centre for Life Sciences

Katharina Markus studied Biology at University of Bonn, specialized on plant 
sciences for her Masters and did her PhD in molecular biology of plants. 
Afterwards she did a two-year training as a librarian with a practical year at 
Stuttgart University Library and a theoretical year at Bavarian State Library. 
Since 2020 she is head of the department Digital Preservation at ZB MED.

Uta Parmaksiz
ZB MED - Information Centre for Life Sciences

Uta Parmaksiz works as librarian at ZB MED since 1991.  Formerly being involved 
in the acquisition department, she took over the management of e-journals in 
2002 and supported from 2014 the licensing department for consortia licenses. 
In 2019, she started a newly appointed interface position between Research Data 
Management and Digital Preservation at ZB MED.

Prof. Dr. Ursula Arning

This webinar is free and open to the public. Please share this invitation 
Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Webinar ID: 918 1286 2050
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/abSKRE2RZ6

Series organisers: Reggie Raju 
                             Xin Li  xin.li@xxxxxxxxxxx
Chair of ARL: Gulcin Cribb cribb.gulcin@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:cribb.gulcin@xxxxxxxxx>

Herzliche Grüße
Ulrike Ostrzinski

i.A. Ulrike Ostrzinski, Dipl.-Bibl., MSc. Communication
Pressesprecherin, stellv. Marketingleitung

ZB MED - Informationszentrum Lebenswissenschaften
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50931 Köln

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