OCUL/COPPUL Digital Preservation Management Workshop in Toronto, November 2019 - Registration Now Open
The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) and the Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL) are pleased to announce that registration is open for the Toronto edition of the Digital Preservation Management Workshop series. The workshop will be held November 12-15, 2019, at Ryerson University.
A limited number of spots are available. Please visit the 2019 DPM workshop page for details on the workshop and a link to the registration form. Please register no later than September 20, 2019. Once the registration list is full, additional registrants will be placed on a waitlist.
September 20, 2019
About the workshop
Since its development by Nancy McGovern in 2003, the Digital Preservation Management workshop has served as a fantastic resource for archivists and librarians who are interested in building and refining digital preservation programs at their institutions. There are no prerequisites for attending and individuals do not need to come with a high level of technical skill or expertise. The focus of the workshop includes details on the key standards and concepts in the field and methods for preparing organization-specific action plans geared towards the technical, financial, organization and policy aspects of managing digital objects into the future. The instructors at the workshop will be Nancy McGovern and Kari Smith of MIT Libraries.
Contact Grant Hurley at grant [at] scholarsportal.info with any questions.