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301.1 iPRES at 15: Achievements and Challenges.


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Category: Communication

Description: This year we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the International Digital Preservation Conference (iPRES). The first iPRES took place in 2004, hosted by the Library of the Chinese Academy of Science and Electronic Information for Libraries. The event was entitled the Chinese-European Workshop on Digital Preservation and topics included global infrastructure for local preservation, international cooperation, and preservation aspects of different digital object types. Over the years iPRES has grown in attendance, representation, programming and governance - how do we characterize this growth and what would we want to or need to do differently as we look ahead to the next 15 years? During PART 1 of this moderated discussion, panelists will reflect on their collective experiences of iPRES over the last fifteen years: How have recurring topics changed or evolved over time? How have hosts measured success for previous conferences? What would each of the panelists like to continue or improve about iPres - in their experience as attendees,presenters, or as organizers and hosts?

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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