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Crossing Boundaries for AV Preservation
Venue: Tate Modern, London, UK
Screening the future is an annual showcase delivered by PrestoCentre and focusing on the latest technological trends in audiovisual preservation.
The DigCurV project is delighted to announce “Framing the digital curation curriculum”, a conference to be held from 6th to 7th of May 2013 in Florence.
The objective of the conference is to promote discussion and consensus building amongst stakeholders about the main criteria and requirements necessary to develop training courses for professionals in digital curation in the cultural heritage sector. Results from projects and initiatives actively involved in education, training and professional development in the field of digital curation and digital preservation will be presented and discussed. There will also be an opportunity to examine the Curriculum Framework, how it can be applied, to evaluate how existing training fits in the CF, and to assess gaps experienced in training courses design.
Infrastructure,Intelligence,Innovation:driving the Data Science agenda 8th
International Digital Curation Conference 2013 (IDCC13)
Venue: Mövenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
IDCC brings together those who create and manage data and information, those who use it and those who research and teach about curation processes. Our view of ‘data’ is a broad one – video games and virtual worlds are of just as much interest as data from laboratory instruments or field observation. Whether the information originates in the arts, humanities, social or experimental sciences the issues faced are cross-disciplinary. Digital curators maintain, preserve, and add value to digital information throughout its life, reducing threats to its long-term value, mitigating the risk of digital obsolescence, and enhancing the potential for reuse for all purposes. If you are a curator, if you teach or train future curators, or if you depend on them for your work, IDCC is for you.
Historical Complex of Santa Apollonia, Via San Gallo 25, Florence, Italy
Following the success of the two previous conferences, Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale is delighted to announce the 3rd edition of the “CULTURAL HERITAGE on line - Trusted Digital Repositories; Trusted Professionals Conference. It will include a rich program of specialised events and tutorials, organised jointly with a large pool of supporters.
Venue: Società Dantesca Italiana
, Via dell'Arte della Lana 1, Firenze (Florence)
On the periphery of the Cultural Heritage on line conference, Trusted Digital Repositories and Trusted Professionals, the (Digital Curation Vocational Education Europe) network presented this FREE event, open to professionals, practitioners and executives working in the field of digital curation.
DigCurV is funded by the European Commission’s Leonardo da Vinci programme to establish a curriculum framework for vocational training in digital curation.