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Seminar on electronic records

From: Belinda Sanderson <belinda.sanderson>
Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2001
The European Partnership for Electronic Records Research (EPERR),
National Preservation Office <URL:> and the
Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII) at
the University of Glasgow are pleased to announce an:

Open Seminar Current Projects in Digital Preservation and Electronic
The British Library Boardroom, The British Library, London
March 12 2001

    Welcome and Introduction
    Dr Seamus Ross, Director HATII, University of Glasgow

13:40-14:10 (Keynote)
    Professor Luciana Duranti, University of British Columbia

    The Moreq Project: at the intersection of Theory and Practice
    Marc Fresko, Principal, The Marc Fresko Consultancy

    Managing Financial Records as a Strategic Resource
    Kimberly Barata, Research Manager, International Records
    Management Trust, Rights and Records Institute

15:00-15:20 TEA

    Electronic Records Management Project (ERM)
    Professor Michael Moss, University of Glasgow

    CEDARS Progress
    Ellis Weinberger, Project Officer, CEDARS-Cambridge University

    The National Preservation Office: Expediting Strategic Action
    Vanessa Marshall, Director, National Preservation Office.

    Closing Discussion-Future Collaboration and Directions.

Note places are limited, if you intend to attend please email
<vanessa.marshall [at] bl__uk> giving your name and affiliation. +44 20
7412 7725. If you have questions or want further information please
email Seamus Ross. +44 141 330 3635 (direct) Institute Secretary:
+44 141 330 5512 (Mrs Ann Law) Fax: +44 141 330 3788
<s.ross [at] hatii__arts__gla__ac__uk>

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