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Course Details

February 21st and 22nd, 2013
University of Maryland, College Park

The Personal Digital Archiving conference will provide a two-day-long opportunity for researchers and practitioners in the field of personal archiving to convene for presentations and networking. The conference supports a broad community of practitioners working to ensure long term access for various personal collections and archives. The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland and the National Digital Information Infrastructure Program at the Library of Congress will co-host the conference in conjunction with the University of Maryland Libraries.

Bringing Personal Digital Archiving 2013 to the Washington, D.C. region has great potential to expand and enrich the interactions of conference participants by drawing individual attendees not just from the strong community that has developed over the past three years but also from the academic community and cultural heritage institutions located in the national capitol region.

Presentations, photos, and other materials from previous Personal Digital Archiving conferences can be found at The Internet Archive.

Course Format: On Site
Address: 3100 Stamp Student Union College Park,  Maryland 20742
 
Duration: 2 Days
Audience Category: Professional and amateur digital archivists
Level: Beginning
Instructor(s): Mike Ashenfelder, Jan Emery, Erin Engle, Mél Hogan, Sarah Kim, Philip von Stade
Maximum Attendees:
 
Cost Range: $125-225
Provider: Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
Sponsored by: Maryland University Libraries, Library of Congress, NDIIPP

Course Website (external link)

This information is provided as a convenience for informational purposes only; it does not constitute an endorsement by the Library of Congress.