17 November 2020

Professional Unit Virtual Event - Preservation of Digital Complex Objects

On 18th and 19th november took place online the joint session of IFLA Preservation and Conservation Section

87 people from almost every regions of the world (Asia and Oceania, Europe, North and South America) attended to the video diffusion and to the panel discussions about preserving digital complex objects. Thank you all for this participation !

You can now find the video montage of the 2 sessions on IFLA Youtube Channel on :

https://youtu.be/THoGhEBYGW0

Agenda and downloadable files :

  • The preservation of complex digital objects - Experiences with emerging formats at the British Library (Michael Day, Giulia Carla Rossi, Ian Cooke, and Maureen Pennock) - Presentation slides
  • Don’t wait until it’s too late - Can preservation influence the design of complex digital publications? (Nicole Coleman and Jasmine Mulliken) - Presentation slides (please note : video content unavailable); Full paper
  • Extracting online publications embedded in websites : NDL initiatives and challenges (Nobuaki Inoie, Masaki Shibata and Tetsuro Kudo) - Presentation slides  ; Full paper
  • Preserving digital complex objects in the GLAM community through digital humanities - a study on Ancient Indian scripts (Ashwin Kumar Kushwaha and Ajay Pratap Singh) - Presentation slides ; Full paper

Last update: 06/12/2020

Information Technology, Conservation, Cultural heritage, Data management, Digital humanities, Digital libraries, Digital repositories, Digital resources, Digitisation, eBooks, Information technology, Preservation

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