iPRES 2012: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects: iPRES 2012 - Digital Curation Institute, iSchool, Toronto
From October 1‐5, 2012, the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information was pleased to host the ninth annual iPRES Conference.
The conference hosted three keynote presentations: Steve Knight of the National Library of New Zealand gave a paper on “Implementing Guidelines for Preservation of Digital Heritage”; Kevin Ashley, Director of the UK’s Digital Curation Centre on “Good Research, Good Data, Good Value: the Digital Curation Centre and the Changing Curation Landscape”; and Yunhyong Kim of blogforever, whose paper was entitled “Digital Preservation: A Game of Prediction”. Technical sessions at the conference were on central preservation topics like Preservation Assessment, Training, Preserving Text Objects, Site Reports, Business Processes, Preservation Environments, Models, Concepts, and Community Approaches.
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