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The 5th annual Digital Preservation Symposium brings together archivists, librarians, faculty, IT professionals, curators, graduate students, undergraduate students and others willing to share their experiences and contribute their perspectives on digital preservation and long-term access.
In 2015, we launched the symposium to engage others on the campus, share challenges and opportunities, and build a community around digital preservation as a campus-wide concern. Over the past four years, we have heard presentations about post-custodial archives, preserving institutional data, the evolution of scholarly research, and many examples of data management, recovery, migrations, and transformations.
2018 Building Community
At the end of the symposium last year, the conversation turned to thinking about the 2019 Digital Preservation Symposium as an opportunity to reflect on what we have accomplished, revisit successes and failures, and reimagine what we need to sustain our work.
We invited proposals for lightning talks about your digital projects and preservation. Lightning talks are 2-5 minutes and can be a presentation or pitch for a completed project, a project currently underway, or a project you just started thinking about AND its contribution to digital preservation.
At the University of Texas at Austin, we work to seek funding for digital humanities and data-intensive research; ensure that digital information remains accessible and usable; plan, allocate resources, and apply preservation methods; and confronting challenges of media failure and technological change. Join us on April 26 to be part of social and technical infrastructure for digital preservation and help shape the digital legacy of the University of Texas!
Register to attend or submit a lightning talk here: https://goo.gl/forms/CcI2PTq02yJSinKt1
The submission period for lighting talks closed on Monday, April 8.
Friday, April 26 at 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL), Learning Lab 1
101 21ST ST E, Austin, Texas 78705
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