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Description: iPRES 2019, the 16th International Conference on Digital Preservation, was organised by the Dutch Digital Heritage Network (NDE) and took place at the Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 16 to 20 September 2019. ============================================= * Conference website: * Conference photo albums: * Searchable Twitter archive: * TAGSExplorer: * Conference video recordings: or * iPRES Trailer: * iPRES 2019 Posters video loop: * Conference series proceedings Repository: * Zip-file of all conference papers: * iPRES official Proceedings (pdf): * iPRES official Proceedings (epub): * iPRES 2019 Organizing Handbook Installment: * iPRES 2019 Handbook Installment Documentation (Zip-file): =============================================

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Keynotes, Panels, and Long and Short Papers

Keynotes, panels, and long and short papers

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Posters, Demonstrations, Great Digital Preservation Bake-Off, Hackathons, and Ad Hoc Programme

Posters, demonstrations, great digital preservation bake-off, hackathons and ad hoc programme

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Workshops & Tutorials

Pre-conference workshops and tutorials on Monday 16 September 2019

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