[Asis-l] A FEW spots remain for IPRES2015 - Register TODAY!

Tibbo, Helen R tibbo at ils.unc.edu
Tue Oct 13 07:08:41 EDT 2015

Come join your colleagues from around the world!
We are excited to announce that the registration for IPRES2015 is almost filled. If you are thinking of attending the premiere international conference on Digital Preservation, to be held in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA from November 2-6, 2015, register soon as space is limited. IPRES rotates between North America, Asia, and Europe and it will not be North America again until 2018. For more detailed information regarding the 2015 event, please visit http://ipres2015.org/.
Registration rates include:
*       $750 inclusive of the conference, workshops, tutorials, and all receptions and dinner (M-F);
*       $575 for the main conference including dinner and two receptions
*       $300 for full-times students for the entire week
*       $150 for full-day workshops and tutorials
*       $100 for half-day workshops and tutorials

Full Registration Includes 5 days of activities:
*       All sessions
*       Workshops/tutorials (Monday and Friday)
*       Monday and Wednesday receptions
*       Conference dinner on Tuesday
*       Lunch daily
*       Morning and afternoon refreshments
*       Bus service to and from many hotels to the conference
*       Bus service to the Monday reception and Tuesday dinner
*       Free parking at the Friday Center for drivers

See the Registration tab on the IPRES2015 website.
Descriptions of the workshops and tutorials can be found at https://ipres2015.web.unc.edu/workshops-and-tutorials/.
Conference topics include but are not limited to explorations in digital preservation focused on:
*       Institutional opportunities and challenges
*       Infrastructure (organizational and technological) opportunities and challenges
*       Innovative practice
*       Education and training

Please see http://ipres2015.web.unc.edu/ipres-2015-program/ for conference program.
Chapel Hill is home to the University of North Carolina, the flagship campus of the UNC system, the oldest public university in the US, and one of the top schools in the country. While exuding a small town feel, Chapel Hill offers food, fun, and culture the caliber of a big city. Check out this recent New York Times travel piece, 36 Hours in Chapel Hill-Carborro, N.C.<http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/31/travel/what-to-do-in-36-hours-in-chapel-hill-carrboro.html>, for just a taste of what the town has to offer. While here for the conference, you will have the opportunity to dine at world class eateries, grab a drink at some blossoming breweries, and experience a wealth of museums and other cultural offerings. Also, the leaves will just be turning the first week of November!
IMPORTANT: A refund will be offered, minus a $100.00 processing fee, for refund inquiries submitted before October 1, 2015. NO REFUNDS ARE PERMITTED AFTER OCTOBER 1, 2015. For refund inquiries, please contact Cassie Ragan at cmragan at email.unc.edu<mailto:cmragan at email.unc.edu>.
Thank you for your interest in the 2015 iPRES Conference, we look forward to seeing you in Chapel Hill in November! For accommodations, please visit http://ipres2015.web.unc.edu/accommodations/.
For questions concerning the Conference please contact Cal Lee at callee at email.unc.edu<mailto:callee at email.unc.edu> or Helen Tibbo at tibbo at email.unc.edu<mailto:tibbo at email.unc.edu>. For questions concerning registration or payment please contact Cassie Ragan at cmragan at email.unc.edu<mailto:cmragan at email.unc.edu>.
Hope to see you in Chapel Hill! -Helen

Dr. Helen R. Tibbo, Alumni Distinguished Professor
President, 2010-2011 & Fellow, Society of American Archivists
School of Information and Library Science
201 Manning Hall, CB#3360
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360
Tel: 919-962-8063
Fax: 919-962-8071
tibbo at ils.unc.edu<mailto:tibbo at ils.unc.edu>

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