Greetings Colleagues!

The Software Preservation Network invites you to join us for Quarterly
Software Curation & Preservation Community Forums!

Each quarter, we invite our colleagues across professional and disciplinary
communities to participate in an hour-long discussion on topics related to
software curation, preservation and reuse. All *Community Forums* will be
recorded and made available on the SPN website.

SUBSCRIBE to the Software Preservation Network listserv
<> to
receive calendar invites for the Quarterly Software Curation & Preservation
Community Forums.


FALL 2018: Tuesday, September 11, 2018 @ 8amPT-10amCT-11amET-3pmUTC

WINTER 2018: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 @ 8amPT-10amCT-11amET-3pmUTC

SPRING 2019: Tuesday, March 12, 2018 @ 8amPT-10amCT-11amET-3pmUTC

As a Software Preservation Network (SPN) listserv subscriber, you will also
receive new issues of STACKTRACE: Software Preservation Network Newsletter
and announcements regarding upcoming software preservation and
reuse-related events and resources.

Reminders and call-in information will be sent out *one week* prior to
each *Community

Quarterly Software Curation & Preservation Community Forums may feature:


   Topics/Questions derived from work undertaken over the preceding
   quarter: Working Groups, Affiliated Projects, Strategic Partners, parallel
   efforts, relevant published articles or presentations

   Topics/Questions solicited directly from the community (THAT'S YOU!)

   Reports from Affiliated Project Teams and Cohorts, including:

      FCoP (CalPoly University)
      <>: Guggenheim
      Museum, University of Illinois, Living Computers: Museums + Labs,
      GeorgiaTech, University of Virginia, University of Arizona

      EaaSI (Yale University)
      <>: Notre Dame
      University, University of California - San Diego, Stanford University,
      University of Virginia, Carnegie Mellon University

      Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Software Preservation
      (Association of Research Libraries)
      : American University, University of Virginia, Library Copyright


Jessica Meyerson

*Jessica Meyerson*
Research Program Officer
Educopia Institute

Working from Austin, TX
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