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Description: Workshops are intended to be hands-on and interactive, usually involving the development of a skill, related to the topic covered in the workshop. While workshops involve more hands-on learning, they should also allow for discussion, interaction and debate on the topic of the class.

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  • 102. COPTR Edit-A-Thon.

    Erdman, Schumacher & Wheatley
    In the style of a traditional Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, the COPTR Edit-A-Thon workshop allows practitioners from around the globe to coalesce and spend a...

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  • 103. Cool Change: The NDSA Levels of Preservation Reboot: Update, Discussion, and Future Steps.

    Cariani, Daigle, Davis & 4 more
    This workshop seeks to both update the community on the current progress of the NDSA Levels of Preservation Reboot Working Group as well as to provide...

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  • 104. PRONOM in Practice: Creating File Format/System Signatures for Submission to PRONOM Technical Registry.

    Clipsham, Krabbenhoeft, Peltzman & 2 more
    Based on a series of online workshops presented by the Open Preservation Foundation in 2017, this workshop that will equip participants with the tools...

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  • 105. Preservation of a Collaborative Community-Based Virtual Reality Collections.

    Copeland, Murillo, Wood & 1 more
    This workshop provides both a conceptual and technical instruction for a collaborative virtual reality (VR) preservation project. The Virtual Bethel p...

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  • 106. Human Scale Web Collecting for Individuals and Institutions (Webrecorder Workshop).

    Perricci
    Webrecorder is a prime example of the innovation and value that can be produced when art and science meet to tackle big problems such as those inheren...

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  • 107. Active Archive Curation and Preservation Management at Scale.

    Cariani, Cochrane, Green & 5 more
    Many institutions are now approaching two or more decades as archives whose mission is to maintain the usability, authenticity, discoverability, and a...

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  • 108. Using the Digital Preservation Storage Criteria.

    This workshop continues the discussion started in previous iPRES workshops on the characteristics of preservation storage. The goal of the workshop is...

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  • 110. Digital Curation Workflows Based on Open-Source Software.

    Krabbenhoeft, Lee & Smith
    This workshop will focus on the development and implementation of workflows for digital curation, focusing specifically on those that incorporate open...

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