Welcome to the Resources page for the Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation conference held at the National Library of Estonia in beautiful Tallinn, Estonia on May 23-25, 2011. The conference was a great community success and we think it is only the beginning of the conversation on national and international alignment in digital preservation.
Below you will find a number of links and placeholders for resources related to the conference that we hope can foster community and information exchange around the topic going forward.
To that end, we invite the digital preservation community at large to send their suggestions for additional relevant resources (inlcude links to online reports, conferences, blog posts, general websites, etc.) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a few sentences about how your suggested resource(s) relate to the conference theme of national and international alignment in digital preservation.
Educopia staff will add these to this web page as time, resources, and relevancy permit.
Conference Summary and Recommendations
Several groups discussed the viability of hosting and participating in future ANADP conferences. The following summary of outcomes and recommendations, which emerged from delegate feedback forms and Organizing Committee debriefs, may assist in the planning for such events.
The Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation conference consisted of two Keynote Speakers, six Panels (focusing on Technical, Organizational, Standards, Legal, Education, and Economic alignment) and closing remarks & synthesis from Cliff Lynch of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI).
Links and/or citations to various publications that are relevant to the conference panel topics and the overall theme of national and international alignment in digital preservation will be organized and made available in the coming days and weeks. Please check back.
Relevant Web Resources
Links to various web resources (websites, conference sites, blog posts, etc.) that are relevant to the conference panel topics and the overall theme of national and international alignment in digital preservation. This list will continue to be added to in the coming days and weeks. Please check back.