REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
THE TECTONICS OF DIGITAL CURATION:
A Symposium on the Shifting Preservation and Access Landscape
MAY 25–26, 2010
The Ray and Maria Stata Center
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
PRESENTED BY the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)
HOSTED BY the MIT Libraries
THE TECTONICS OF DIGITAL CURATION explores the sustainability of cultural collections created for and maintained on the Web. At this two-day symposium, a diverse faculty of national experts will examine the forces at play in our increasingly networked society.
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE: divergence and complexity in information networking; digital preservation repositories; electronic copyright and intellectual property; collaborative and commercial preservation models; digital archiving strategies; open access to scholarly communication; the networked self; preservation of CAD models; and preservation of community-built digital creations (video games).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Librarians, archivists, museum professionals, IT professionals, CIOs, administrators, scientists, architects, and scholars – any decision-maker responsible for creating, managing, or preserving digital resources that are accessed via networked systems
COST: $325; students: $275
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, May 14, 2010
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER: Visit www.nedcc.org
The Tectonics of Digital Curation Symposium, May 25–26, 02010, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
From an announcement posted to various mailing lists,