External Events

This annual event brings together professionals in the field of Education and Technology. It is an excellent opportunity to share your experiences and projects with educators and professionals from all parts of the world.


The deadline for abstract submission is 31st of March 2011.


Costs and Registration

http://www.iated.org/edulearn11/registration


€410 early registration before 5 May 2011

What are the issues that researchers in the Humanities face when compiling data, and how can technology help or hinder? This workshop will look at the ways in which humanities researchers build, maintain, and preserve databases, along with the processes currently in place to support such activities.

Do you have cases where data is dependent on the software used to generate or manage it? Where you've been asked to preserve an online service? Or where software is a research output in its own right and needs curation? If so, you need to understand where and how to preserve software, as well as data, for future use. Fortunately there is a free JISC-funded workshop intended to give you a head start in this emerging area. It is being held on 7 February in London, and is particularly well suited to your projects.

Screening the Future 2011 will connect small and large archives, service providers, vendors, funders, policymakers, and educators developing solutions to the most urgent questions facing audiovisual archives, including:

  • What are we preserving?
  • How can we fund our future?
  • Where do archives meet IT?
  • How can we valorise our Archives?

Costs and Registration

€70 - €150

The Institute consists of one five-day session in May 2011 and a two-day  follow-up session and a day-long symposium in January 2012. Each day of the  summer session will include lectures, discussion and hands-on "lab"  components. A course pack and a private, online discussion space will be  provided to supplement learning and application of the material. An opening  reception dinner on Sunday, break time snacks and coffee, and a dinner on  Thursday will also be included.

University of London Computer Centre announces that the next Digital Preservation Training Programme (DPTP) will take place from 4th-6th of October 2010, at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London.

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