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Course Details

July 9th, 2013 to July 12th, 2013
Champaign, Illinois

This initiative from the CARLI Digital Collections Users' Group and Preservation Working Group is designed to advance the understanding of digital preservation problems and solutions.

The initial training will involve 18 librarians or staff from CARLI member libraries. The 18 trainees chosen will participate in a 3.5 day digital preservation Train-the-Trainer workshop developed and taught by the Library of Congress Digital Preservation Outreach and Education (DPOE) office. Please review the DPOE curriculum before you apply.

fter successful completion of the workshop, the 18 CARLI Digital Preservation Trainers will be required to share their knowledge of digital preservation with other CARLI libraries via CARLI-coordinated programs, online and/or in-person, within the next academic calendar year.

There is no registration fee for the training. CARLI will pay for the trainees hotel rooms for Monday night through Thursday night. The hotel provides breakfast and CARLI will provide lunch for the training dates. All participants are expected to bring with them either a laptop or tablet computer with presentation software (such as MS PowerPoint) to use during the training.

Course Format: On Site
Address: Champaign at the Hawthorn Suites and CARLI Office
Duration: 3 1/2 Days
Audience Category: CARLI member library staff
Level: Basic
Instructor(s): George Coulbourne, Robin Dale, Mary Molinaro, Jacob Nadal
Maximum Attendees: 18
Cost Range: Free
Provider: Digital Preservation Outreach and Education
Sponsored by: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois


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