Date: April 11th 2019
Time: 1pm – 4pm
Location: Boston Public Library, Boston MA
As an information professional working in research or special collections, do you feel uncomfortable with how some of the digital assets in your care are going to be looked after over the next few years? Have you got a battle on your hands to make that argument in your organization? How will public access to your collections work in the future? What do you need to do to guarantee the integrity of the data you’re responsible for?
Join us in Boston, MA for the opportunity to network with peers in your community, discuss these issues and hear about new technologies and approaches in the field of digital preservation.
We will be joined by guest speaker Ben Fino-Radin (Founder and leader of Small Data Industries, and former time-based media conservator at MoMA) who will speak about what art conservation can teach us about digital preservation.The digital preservation revolution. Zombies vs unicorns: which one are you? Are you a trailblazer or a lagger? Join us on April 11 at The Boston Public Library, MA or the opportunity to network with peers in your community and hear about new technologies and approaches in digital preservation.