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Description: iPres 2018 Diiscussion Panels are thematic discussions with a chair and a moderator who will use the iPres 2018 Moderator Instructions to facilitate discussions.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • 202.1 Digging into the Digital Preservation Declaration of Shared Values.

    Meister, Davis, Molinaro & 2 more
    In December 2017, a group of digital preservation service providers released a Digital Preservation Declaration of Shared Values draft document and in...

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  • 202.2 Introducing the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation.

    ​This panel will introduce attendees to the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation, including the problems it was designed to he...

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  • 209.1 Policy-based collaborative approaches to preserving electronic government information. (Part 1)

    Matheson, Sittel, Etkin & 2 more
    This panel brings together government officials, researchers and librarians engaged in policy-making and digital preservation activities. Through faci...

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  • 209.2 Centralize it! : Creating infrastructure to support digital preservation. (Part 2)

    Handel, Prael & Whyte
    ​This panel will discuss the challenges and advantages of establishing centralized digital preservation intake services at large and distributed insti...

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  • 301.1 iPRES at 15: Achievements and Challenges.

    This year we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the International Digital Preservation Conference (iPRES). The first iPRES took place in 2004, hosted ...

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  • 301.2 iPRES at 15: Looking Ahead to iPRES at 30...

    During PART 2 of this moderated discussion, panelists will consider potential futures for iPres: What emerging trends in digital preservation need gre...

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  • 306.1 Taking Stock of Digital Preservation after 15 Years: What Worked, What Didn't, What's Coming (discussion panel)

    Sprout, Wittenberg, Morrissey & 2 more
    What has worked, and what hasn’t, in creating sustainable approaches to the acquisition and preservation of digital artifacts? What sorts of collabora...

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  • 311.2 Never Best Practices: Born-Digital Audiovisual Case Studies from Production, University, and Federal Government Environments (discussion panel)

    Cariani, Peltzman, Fraimow & 2 more
    In this panel, archivists specializing in time-based born-digital workflows will discuss their use cases involving the span of collections processing ...

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  • 403 PDF/A:Unpacking the standardization process

    Sisco, Grevin, Han & 2 more
    Standards development is not a siloed process. International delegates cross physical and cultural borders to participate in online and biannual in-pe...

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  • 404 Hide & Seek: making digital preservation FAIRer?

    Kilbride, Helmus, Ras & 1 more
    There is no central place or organized highway to get us to relevant publications. Is it possible that the community is satisfied with this relatively...

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