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PREMIS implementation event at Archiving 2011 (IS&T)
The PREMIS Editorial Committee will present a half day course on
implementing PREMIS at the upcoming IS&T Archiving Conference. The
course will take place between 1:15-5:30pm on Monday, May 16, 2011 in
Salt Lake City, Utah.
T2C: Implementing PREMIS to Support Digital Preservation
May 16, 2011 1:15 -- 5:30 PM
Instructors: Priscilla Caplan, Florida Center for Library Automation,
Rebecca Guenther, US Library of Congress
Kate Zwaard, US Government Printing Office
The course provides an overview of the status of the PREMIS Data
Preservation Metadata with a particular focus on implementation issues.
become the de-facto standard for metadata to support the long-term
digital objects. As PREMIS has matured in its development, practical use
of the data
dictionary in repository systems has resulted in revisions and
course describes changes to the PREMIS Data Dictionary and data model;
issues that institutions are confronting in implementing it; and shows
tools for, and
case studies of, PREMIS implementation. Ample time will be given for
and participants are encouraged to contribute their experience in
planning or executing
an implementation program.
This course enables the attendee to:
* Learn about the status of the development of this standard
* Understand the interoperability of PREMIS with other standards
* Define data model issues
* Illustrate some specific implementations of PREMIS in digital
* Gain knowledge of the tools for creating and transforming PREMIS
* Review controlled vocabularies in PREMIS
* Introduce the use of PREMIS as Linked Data
Anyone involved in selecting, designing, planning, or implementing a
preservation project or repository using preservation metadata. Basic
knowledge of preservation metadata and PREMIS in particular is assumed.
More information about the conference is available at