repositories

centre: Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH)

Link to project
Host institution: 
University of Cambridge
About the centre:

CRASSH was founded in 2001, with the aim of creating a new focus for disciplinary innovation and, in particular, interdisciplinary dialogues across the full spectrum of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. In 2011, the Centre will move into a purpose-built new building on the University's main Humanities site. We support the work of scholars at all career levels, from graduate researchers onwards, and encourage interaction across those levels. CRASSH is now known nationally and internationally as a centre of excellence for such work.

event: OR2010

06/07/2010

About the Open Repositories Conference

Repositories increasingly play a pivotal role in the emerging information landscape. Through the format of blending general conference sessions that cover cross-cutting and overarching issues, followed by open user group meetings for DSpace, Fedora, and Eprints, Open Repositories attempts to create an opportunity to explore the challenges faced by user communities and others in today's world. [read more...]

Location

El Palacio de Congresos
Madrid
Spain

event: Open Repositories 2010 Workshop - "Tools for Repositories: Microsoft Research & the Scholarly Information Ecosystem"

09/07/2010 14:00
09/07/2010 18:30

Microsoft External Research strongly supports the process of research and its role in the innovation ecosystem, including developing and supporting efforts in open access, open tools, open technology, and interoperability. [read more...]

Location

El Palacio de Congresos
Madrid
Spain

event: Workshop "Persons - Data - Repositories"

27/09/2010 12:00
29/09/2010 12:00

The workshop „Persons – Data – Repositories“ focuses on biographic research in digital science environments. Biographies of historical persons and person information are the central points of interest. This is closely connected to the requirement of making accessible and connecting the continously growing and diffusely dispersed databases of related information. [read more...]

Location

Jägerstraße 22/23 Einstein-Saal / Leibniz-Saal
Berlin 10117
Germany

Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography, Version 1

Version one of the Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography is now available from Digital Scholarship.

http://digital-scholarship.org/dcpb/dcpb.htm

This bibliography presents over 360 selected English-language articles, books, and technical reports that are useful in understanding digital curation and
preservation. [read more...]

event: Managing Digital Media Collections

10/06/2010 10:00
10/06/2010 16:30

Aim
Now that many important materials are in a digital form, building an accessible online media collection which successfully delivers images, sounds, video and other media is a goal of many institutions.

Until recently, expensive Digital Asset Management systems where the most viable option, but now open source server applications such as Dspace, Omeka and Drupal hold the promise of truly interoperable and standards-based collection management. [read more...]

Location

ILRT, 8-10 Berkeley Square
Bristol BS8 1HH
United Kingdom

iPRES 2009 proceedings and videos

The proceedings and videos from iPRES 2009 (held in San Francisco on Oct 5-6 2009) are now available online. The proceedings are available through the California Digital Library’s eScholarship site:

http://www.escholarship.org/uc/cdl_ipres09

Videos of the presentations are available in addition to the papers and powerpoint presentations. You’ll find links to all of these on conference program webpage:

http://www.cdlib.org/services/uc3/iPres/confsched.html

job: IT Manager, Digital Humanities Observatory

Application Deadline: 
22/02/2010

Applications are invited for a fifteen-month, fixed term contract position of IT Manager to the DHO. The DHO is designing, constructing and hosting an electronic access portal and research resource for the humanities. Funded under Cycle 4 of PRTLI, the RIA and its partners are building a joint national platform for the coordination and dissemination of humanities research, teaching and training at an all-island level. The key infrastructural element of the consortium is the Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO).
[read more...]

event: Digital preservation tools for repository managers

19/01/2010

This free practical course is designed for repository managers and presented by expert tutors, in five parts - covering organisational issues, costs, description, preservation workflow, and trust - between January and March 2010, in the UK. You are invited to sign up now for this distinctive new course, which culminates in a ground-breaking tutorial on joined-up tools for preservation management workflow for repositories. [read more...]

Location

Southampton
United Kingdom

event: Repository Preservation Infrastructure (REPRISE)

02/12/2009 14:00
02/12/2009 17:30

(co-organised by the OGF Repositories Group, OGF-Europe, D-Grid/WissGrid)

Register Now - http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/dcc-2009/
(£45.00 for Associates Network members; £60.00 for non-members)

Following on from the successful Repository Curation Service
Environments (RECURSE) Workshop at IDCC 2008, this workshop discusses
digital repositories and their specific requirements for/as preservation
infrastructure, as well as their role within a preservation environment.

Digital repositories in various shapes and sizes are the basis for [read more...]

Location

4 -18 Harrington Gardens illennium Gloucester Hotel & Conference Centre London Kensington
London SW7 4LH
United Kingdom
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