Registration is not open for: Foundations and Methods of Archiving Email Records Training Workshop
8th - 9th September: Two half days from 12:00 - 16:00 UTC
In this Digital Preservation Coalition workshop, comprising two half-days, instructors will equip attendees with knowledge concerning fundamental concepts of the challenges and opportunities inherent in email archiving.
Participants will explore a selection of tools designed to support the acquisition, appraisal, processing, preservation, and access of email records and apply them to real world use cases, to design workflows appropriate for their own needs.
In addition, instructors will provide an overview of several US-based projects developing next generation email archives functionality.
This training will appeal to anyone responsible for the lifecycle management of digital records, but especially repository managers, archivists, practitioners. Registrants should have basic knowledge concerning digital preservation strategies.
The training is open to all: DPC Members may attend free of charge with a fee of £175 for non-members.
Find out more and register:
Head of Communications and Advocacy
Digital Preservation Coalition
37 Tanner Row, York, YO1 6WP
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