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Developing & Implementing Tools for Managing Hybrid Archives

As previously blogged, we were invited to talk at the University of Dundee’s Centre for Archive and Information Studies seminar. I understand that the presentations along with a set of notes will be made available shortly, but in the mean time I thought I’d let you know my slides and notes are available on SlideShare and also my rather hastily thrown together home page! 🙂

-Peter Cliff

Do you know the way to Dundee?

The Centre for Archive and Information Studies at the University of Dundee is putting on what looks to be a very interesting seminar entitled “Practical Approaches to Electronic Records: the Academy and Beyond“. And I’m not just saying it’ll be very interesting because we’re talking at it either. Just take a look at the packed programme and I’m sure you’ll agree.

I’ll be covering the workflow we’re adopting here at futureArch and hopefully demo part of it, as well as discussing our digital asset management system, the foundation for our archive and how those ideas may scale to smaller systems.

Hope to see you there and if not I’m sure we’ll be reporting back right here so stay tuned!

(Also a bit (um, I mean big) thank you to Jennifer Johnstone for helping me find my way to Dundee! :-))

-Peter Cliff