The NDSA community is cordially invited to convene in Milwaukee this November 9-10th, for Digital Preservation 2016!
The meeting is being held for the first time in conjunction with the DLF Forum and related events. A full conference program for #digipres16 — which will include updates on NDSA projects and activities — is available now:
Our keynote speaker will be Bergis Jules, University and Political Papers Archivist at the University of California, Riverside, whose talk will focus on the power and promise of diversity and inclusivity in digital preservation.
We’ll close with a final plenary presentation by Dr. Allison Druin, who will take up the conference theme (“Building Communities of Practice”) in the context of her work as Special Advisor for National Digital Strategy at the
National Park Service.
You’ll find registration and travel information here:
Please join us!
for the 2016 DigiPres Program Committee and the NDSA CC
Director of the Digital Library Federation (DLF) at CLIR
Research Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, UVa