MCN 2005 Conference Digits Fugit! Preserving Knowledge into the Future November 2-5, 2005 Omni Parker House Boston, MA Register Online at http://www.mcn.edu Early Bird Registration Ends Sept 16, 2005 In addition to the many great sessions focusing on digital preservation issues, attendees at this year's conference will also have the opportunity to attend these informative, hands-on workshops: The Nuts and Bolts of Building a Digital Collection for the Whole Museum. Cataloging Cultural Objects Bootcamp Managing a Digitization Project Content Management Strategies and Systems Full workshop descriptions are available at http://www.mcn.edu/Mcn2005/mcn2005workshops.htm Immediately preceding MCN and in the same venue, NEDCC will present the newest in their series of acclaimed two-day conferences, The Persistence of Memory: Stewardship of Digital Assets. Starting Tuesday with IMLS former director, Dr. Robert S. Martin's keynote, and running right up until our opening reception in the Vendor's Exhibition Hall on Wednesday evening, this conference will be a great introduction for MCN's two and one-half day program. The timing and proximity of these two offerings is no coincidence - we want to make it easy for you to register for both programs while you're here! The full NEDCC program and registration information is available at http://nedcc.org/pom/pomcover.htm So come to Boston this November, be a part of MCN's 33rd Annual Conference at the world famous Omni Parker House, in the heart of the old town. Join us in Boston where academies and institutions of higher learning are dedicated to creating and preserving knowledge, and passing it along into the future. You won't want to miss out!