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FW: March 26 Webcast on geospatial data archiving and preservation

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Wanted to let everyone know about an upcoming webinar on geospatial data archiving and preservation sponsored by Geoconnections, a national initiative led by Natural Resources Canada (http://geoconnections.nrcan.gc.ca/home).

Butch

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From: info-geoconnections <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Date: 2013/3/1
Subject: Webcast on geospatial data archiving and preservation / Webémission sur l’archivage et la préservation des données géospatiales
To: info-geoconnections <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
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(Le texte français suit plus bas)


GeoConnections is pleased to invite you to a webcast on geospatial data archiving and preservation.
English Webinar: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 – 1:30-3:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
French Webinar: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 – 1:30-3:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
Webinar Overview
Geospatial data can be expensive to acquire, complex to manage and cumbersome to store. In addition, geospatial data can grow continuously or be dynamic, sometimes changing rapidly over short periods of time. The legacy value of geospatial data is not always recognized at the time of creation, and often the full scope of archiving and preserving geospatial data is not well understood by data producers. As a result, it can be both daunting and difficult to adopt a systematic and successful archiving and preservation regime. However, if well managed, geospatial data can be a valuable and lasting resource with a high potential for reuse over time that is well worth the investment of adequate archiving and preservation. Improved operational policy for geospatial data archiving and preservation has been identified as a requirement for a complete and sustainable national spatial data infrastructure for Canada. Under contract with Hickling Arthurs Low Corporation, GeoConnections is developing an Geospatial Data Archiving and Preservation Primer to fill this need.
This webinar will highlight good practices in digital data archiving and introduce you to the contents of the Primer, including the components of a generic digital data archiving and preservation operational framework. The session will close with a question and answer period where you will be welcome to pose questions to the presenters.
Webinar Presenters
Ed Kennedy
Senior Associate
Hickling Arthurs Low Corporation
English session (March 26, 2013)

Mr. Kennedy is the project manager for the Geospatial Data Archiving and Preservation Primer and will be the webinar facilitator. He has worked at the executive level in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, has extensive policy development experience and has been working on operational policies with GeoConnections for the past two years. Ed holds an undergraduate degree in geomatics engineering and a masters in business administration.

Tracey Lauriault
Post Doctoral Fellow
Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
Carleton University
French session (March 27, 2013)

Ms. Lauriault is responsible for leading and participating in GCRC research projects at Carleton University. In addition, she is a Research Associate with Acacia Consulting and Research Ltd., specializing in indicator development, data access, data consortium coordination, data portal development and social determinants of health.  Tracey holds undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees in geography.


If you would like to participate in the webinar, please go to the following Website to register: http://www.hal.ca/index.php/eventregistration?task=view_event&event_id=5. If you need more information, please contact Jay Tompkins by e-mail at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>, or by telephone at 613-237-2220, ext. 329.
Registered participants will receive a follow-up e-mail with information about how to access and participate in the webinar.
We look forward to your participation.


Webinar Agenda

Time

Topic

13:30

Webinar Introduction
·         Brief introduction to GeoConnections and Program update

13:40

Presentation: Geospatial Data Archiving and Preservation
·         Data archiving and preservation basic concepts
·         Legislation affecting data archiving and preservation in Canada
·         Good practice in dealing with data archiving and preservation challenges
·         Examples of geospatial data archiving and preservation initiatives
·         A generic operational framework for data archiving and preservation
·         Introduction to the Geospatial Data Archiving and Preservation Primer

14:30

Question and Answer Session
·         Opportunity for webinar participants to pose questions to the speakers

14:55

Webinar Summary and Conclusions




GéoConnexions a le plaisir de vous présenter une webémission sur l’archivage et la préservation des données géospatiales
Webinaire en anglais : le mardi 26 mars 2013, de 13 h 30 à 15 h (heure de l’Est)
Webinaire en français : le mercredi 27 mars 2013, de 13 h 30 à 15 h (heure de l’Est)
Aperçu du webinaire
Les données géospatiales peuvent être coûteuses à acquérir, complexes à gérer et encombrantes à stocker. De même, elles peuvent augmenter en volume constamment ou être dynamiques et parfois changer rapidement en très peu de temps. Leur valeur patrimoniale n’est pas toujours reconnue au moment de leur création, et les producteurs de données ne comprennent pas toujours très bien toute la portée de l’archivage et de la préservation de ces données. Par conséquent, il peut être difficile, voire décourageant d’établir des modalités d’archivage et de préservation systématiques et efficaces. Cependant, si elles sont bien gérées, les données géospatiales peuvent être une ressource précieuse et durable largement réutilisable au fil du temps, et dans laquelle il vaut amplement la peine d’investir pour en assurer l’archivage et la préservation convenables. L’amélioration de la politique opérationnelle d’archivage et de préservation des données géospatiales est d’ailleurs nécessaire afin d’établir une infrastructure nationale de données spatiales complètes et durables pour le Canada. Dans le cadre d’un contrat conclu avec Hickling Arthurs Low Corporation, GéoConnexions élabore un guide d’introduction à l’archivage et à la préservation des données géospatiales afin de répondre à ce besoin.
Le webinaire mettra en relief les pratiques exemplaires d’archivage des données numériques et vous donnera un aperçu du contenu du guide d’introduction, y compris des composantes d’un cadre opérationnel général d’archivage et de préservation des données numériques. Vers la fin de la séance, vous pourrez poser toutes vos questions aux présentateurs.
Présentateurs du webinaire
Ed Kennedy
Associé principal
Hickling Arthurs Low Corporation
Séance en anglais (le 26 mars 2013)

M. Kennedy, gestionnaire du projet de guide d’introduction à l’archivage et à la préservation des données géospatiales, animera le webinaire. M. Kennedy a occupé des postes de direction au sein d’organismes privés, publics et sans but lucratif. Il possède une vaste expérience de l’élaboration des politiques et travaille à la création de politiques opérationnelles avec GéoConnexions depuis deux ans. M. Kennedy possède un diplôme de premier cycle en génie géomatique et une maîtrise en administration des affaires.

Tracey Lauriault
Bourse postdoctorale
Centre de recherche en géomatique et en cartographie
Université Carleton
Webinaire en français (le 27 mars 2013)


Mme Lauriault dirige les projets du centre de recherche en géomatique et en cartographie de l’Université Carleton. Elle est aussi associée de recherche chez Acacia Consulting and Research Ltd. et se spécialise dans l’élaboration d’indicateurs, l’accès aux données, la coordination des consortiums de données, l’élaboration de portails de données et les déterminants sociaux de la santé. Mme Tracey possède un baccalauréat, une maîtrise et un doctorat en géographie.


Si vous souhaitez participer au webinaire, inscrivez‑vous sur le site Web, à : http://www.hal.ca/index.php/eventregistration?task=view_event&event_id=6. Pour plus de renseignements, communiquez avec Jay Tompkins, par courriel à [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> ou par téléphone au 613-237-2220, poste 329.
Les participants inscrits recevront un courriel de suivi contenant les renseignements sur la façon d’accéder et de participer au webinaire.
Nous espérons vous compter parmi les participants.


Ordre du jour

Heure

Sujet

13 h 30

Introduction
·         Survol de GéoConnexions et bilan du programme

13 h 40

Présentation : archivage et préservation des données géospatiales
·         Notions de base sur l’archivage et la préservation des données
·         Mesures législatives régissant l’archivage et la préservation des données au Canada
·         Pratiques exemplaires pour relever les défis de l’archivage et de la préservation des données
·         Exemples d’initiatives d’archivage et de préservation des données géospatiales
·         Cadre opérationnel général d’archivage et de préservation des données
·         Présentation du Guide d’introduction à l’archivage et à la préservation des données géospatiales

14 h 30

Période de questions et réponses
·         Occasion, pour les participants au webinaire, de poser des questions aux présentateurs

14 h 55

Résumé et conclusions du webinaire









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