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NDIIPP Helps Data Archive Technology Alliance

October 28, 2008 -- The Library of Congress hosted a meeting of social science data stewards from seven nations to discuss forming a Data Archive Technology Alliance.
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Library Hosts Emerging Technology Roundtable

October 21, 2008 -- Representatives from the Library met with leading private and academic sector experts in emerging technology and digital storage trends in Pasadena, California.
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Associate Librarian for Strategic Initiatives Supplies Keynote

October 21, 2008 -- Laura E. Campbell was a keynote speaker at the Jackson Hole Symposium for Applied Media Professionals.
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Federal Agencies Collaborate on Guidelines for Digitization

October 9, 2008 -- The Library of Congress, with a dozen federal agencies, has launched an initiative to establish guidelines for digitizing historical materials, including books, manuscripts, maps, and photographic prints and negatives.
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DICE group joins University of North Carolina

October 9, 2008 -- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced that is now the home of the Data Intensive Cyber Environments group.
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NDIIPP at iPRES 2008

October 8, 2008 -- NDIIPP staff joined 250 participants from 33 nations at the iPRES 2008 conference in London.
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NDIIPP appears on WAMU Radio

October 8, 2008 -- NDIIPP Director of Program Management Martha Anderson appeared on the Kojo Nnamdi Show on WAMU radio in Washington, DC, to discuss the End-of-Term Web site preservation project.
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NDIIPP Staff Participate in Digital Storage Workshop.

October 1, 2008 -- Representatives from the Library of Congress, other U.S. national libraries, prominent academics, and private sector participants met in Baltimore, Md for the Digital Archive Preservation and Sustainability (DAPS) 2008 Workshop.
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