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ANADP Registration Deadline - May 9th: Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation Conference

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Please excuse cross-posting
Conference Announcement:
Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation

Date: May 23-25, 2011
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Conference Website: http://www.Educopia.org/events/ANADP 
Official Conference Hashtag: #anadp11

Deadline for Registration is May 9th, 2011!

Ensuring long-term access to digital resources is a task few
institutions or even countries can take on by themselves. Cooperation is
key to successful digital preservation: cooperation between individual
institutions, sectors, and countries. For this reason we are pleased to
announce the “Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation”
conference. 

While there are many annual events that support and encourage
information exchange across national boundaries, no event has yet
attempted to set a strategic direction and set of alignments across the
range of panel topics represented below: 

Organizational Alignment
The Organizational Panel, Chaired by Inge Angevaare from Netherlands
Coalition for Digital Preservation, will cover three sets of key issues.
First of all, why is cooperation and collaboration so essential for
dealing with digital preservation issues? This is followed by a review
of types of cooperation and collaboration that have been developed
around the world. Lastly, a look at the enormous organizational
challenge of securing long-term access to born-digital objects. 

Panelists include: David Giaretta (Alliance for Permanent Access to the
Records of Science), and Martin Halbert (University of North Texas,
Educopia Institute, MetaArchive)

Technical Alignment
The Technical Panel, Chaired by Michael Seadle from Berlin School of
Library and Information Science, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, will
explore two key issues for national alignment: infrastructure and
testing.  Infrastructure includes the hardware and software necessary
for managing digital archiving systems as well as the communication
protocols for sharing resources across the internet.  Testing involves
reproducible experiments using, if possible, real data to show whether
software and hardware perform under conditions that reflect a reasonable
hypothesis about the future.

Panelists include: Adam Rusbridge (EDINA, University of Edinburgh),
Andreas Rauber (Technical University of Vienna), and Sabine Schrimpf
(Deutsche Nationalbibliothek/nestor)

Legal Alignment
The Legal Panel, Chaired by Adrienne Muir from Loughborough University,
will broadly cover legal and contractual issues associated with
acquiring digital content for the purpose of long term preservation,
copyright issues in digital preservation and contractual and governance
issues in cooperative digital preservation. The implications of
misalignment between approaches will be identified as will examples
where issues are being addressed in law and in practice.

Panelists include: Dwayne Buttler (University of Louisville), and Wilma
Mossink (SURFfoundation)

Standards Alignment
The Standards Panel, Chaired by Raivo Ruusalepp of Tallinn University,
will look at collaboration opportunities in four key areas where
standardisation already has a longstanding history of cooperation
between different domains. First, metadata standards - their development
and use across all stakeholders in digital preservation. Second
technical standards * starting from the standardization of file format
information to technical standards that should be adopted across the
board of digital preservation tools and software. Third, approaching a
standard for the digital preservation repository audit and how the
current five separate approaches to repository audit compare with this.
Finally, looking more specifically into information security issues in
memory institutions and how these are approached in the light of
cyber-defence measures. These four topics offer a wide range of areas
for alignment and further collaboration that will be explored in the
break-out session.

Panelists include: Costis Dallas (Panteion University Athens/University
of Toronto iSchool), Mihkel Reial (National Library of Estonia), Bram
van der Werf, (Open Planets Foundation), and Matthew Woollard (UK Data
Archive)
 
Economics Alignment
The Economics Panel, Chaired by Maurizio Lunghi of Fondazione
Rinascimento Digitale, aims to lead a critical discussion of sustainable
strategies in the preservation of cultural heritage. Specifically, this
panel will give an overview of multi-institutional experiences and
approaches in defining directive elements for efficient workflows in
digital repositories management. Additional issues to be discussed
include a clear definition of the objectives, and roles &
responsibilities for the user community and service providers for the
sake of establishing credible policy. As well as the choice of suitable
business models, and cost analyses as essential components of a
sustainable workflow for the life of digital repositories.

Panelists include: Neil Grindley (Joint Information Systems Committee -
JISC), Bohdana Stoklasova (National Library of Czech Republic, Prague),
Aaron Trehub (Auburn University, ADPNet)

Educational Alignment
The Education Panel, Chaired by Joy Davidson from HATII, University of
Glasgow, will review recent developments in embedding data management
and curation skills in information technology, library and information
science, and research-based postgraduate courses in various national
contexts. The panel will also investigate means of joining up formal
education with professional development training opportunities more
coherently. The potential of professional internships as a means of
improving communication and understanding between disciplines will also
be explored. A key aim of this panel will be to identify what level of
complementarity is needed across various disciplines to most effectively
and efficiently support the entire data curation lifecycle. 

Panelists include: George Coulbourne (U.S. Library of Congress), Sheila
Corrall (University of Sheffield), and Andreas Rauber (Technical
University of Vienna)

The outcomes for the event will be a strategic alignment of national
approaches to enable new forms of international cooperation and an
edited volume that documents an action plan for building collaboration
among interested digital preservation initiatives.

Keynotes include:Laura Campbell - (U.S. Library of Congress) Gunnar
Sahlin - (National Library of Sweden)

Current Sponsors include:U.S. Library of Congress University of North
Texas Libraries EQUELLA ProQuest Auburn University Libraries Council on
Libraries and Information Resources (CLIR) Microsoft Research
Connections CLOCKSS EBSCO Host Tessella Technology & Consulting Oracle
Internet Archive DuraSpace/DuraCloud Guardtime OCLC

Please visit http://www.Educopia.org/events/ANADP to register or to get
more information on participating in this conference. Deadline for
Registration is May 9th, 2011!

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