[Asis-l] ERPANET Training Seminar, Copenhagen
British.Editor at erpanet.org
Mon Oct 14 08:48:25 EDT 2002
OAIS Training Seminar
København Thursday 28th-Friday 29th November 2002
The Black Diamond, The Royal Library, Denmark
ERPANET is pleased to announce its first training seminar on the Open Archival Information System (OAIS) Model. This two day training session will be held in the Black Diamond (Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark) on the 28-29 of November 2002, and will provide participants with an opportunity to learn about and interpret the OAIS Model and its wider applications.
The event is co-hosted by ERPANET and the Royal Library, Denmark.
· OAIS Overview
· OAIS Walk-through
· OAIS Metadata
· Current Applications
Participants should acquire a working knowledge of the full range of preservation functions of the model. The seminar will provide a walk-through of the model, an introduction to OAIS metadata, experiences of current applications, and group work sessions, which will focus on the possible application of the model in the participants own organisation. There will also be the chance to listen to and discuss with a range of both cultural heritage and scientific sector experts the implementations and experiences they have had working with the model.
Who Will Benefit from Attending?
This seminar has been designed to appeal to a broad array of information professions, public bodies, commercial as well as non-profit organisations, researchers, and anyone with an interest in learning more about the preservation of digital information.
Benefits from Attendance
Participants will gain working knowledge of the full range of information preservation functions of the model. They will have the opportunity to apply the model to their own sector and organisation.
Opening: 9:00am 28th November
Closing: 5:00pm 29th November
Expert speakers include Robin Dale (Research Libraries Group), David Giaretta (CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), Hans Hofman (Nationaal Archief van Nederland), David Holdsworth (CEDARS), Julien Masanès (Bibliothèque nationale de France), Najla Semple (Edinburgh University Library), and Deborah Woodyard (British Library).
The venue, The Black Diamond, has been very kindly made available by the Royal Library and Denmark's Electronic Research Library.
The cost of this seminar is 150 Euros. This price includes learning materials, lunch, and additional refreshments. Please register by the 10th November at www.erpanet.org. For any additional information, please contact British.Editor at Erpanet.org.
ERPANET British Editor
Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII)
George Service House, 11 University Gardens,
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QJ
Tel: +44(0)141 330 3549
Fax: +44(0)141 330 3788
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