Greetings Colleagues!

The Software Preservation Network invites you to join us for the upcoming

Quarterly Software Curation & Preservation Community Forum:

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

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


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Software Curation & Preservation Community Forums.


SUMMER 2019: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 @ 8amPT-10amCT-11amET-3pmUTC

FALL 2019: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 @ 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.

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)
      Association of Research Libraries, American University, University of

We hope you will join the discussion!

Yours in Software Preservation,

Jessica Meyerson

*Jessica Meyerson*
Research Program Officer | Educopia Institute <>
Software Preservation Network <>
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