DEC 15

An Introduction to Digital Preservation

Archive and associated resources for December 15, 2010, webinar with Lisa A. Gregory, Jennifer Ricker and Amy Rudersdorf presenting on digital preservation.

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Digital preservation is a phrase that is thrown about frequently in the archives and library world. And responsibility for saving our era from being known as the "Digital Dark Age" has fallen to us. But do you really understand what it means and is required to preserve digital objects? Join us for this 2-hour webinar for an introduction to terms, concepts, and some methods for beginning your institutions foray into this important and challenging area, with expert presenters from the State Library of North Carolina's Digital Information Management Program.

Presented by: Lisa A. Gregory, Digital Projects Liaison; Jennifer Ricker, Digital Collections Manager; and Amy Rudersdorf, Director.

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Date

15 December 2010

Time

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time, North America [UTC -5]

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