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Events: "All About Repositories" Webinar Series

November 20, 2009 -- Five webinars sponsored by DuraSpace, SPARC, and the Sun Preservation and Archiving Special Interest Group discuss best practices and technology updates.
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Library Discusses Strategy for Preserving Geospatial Data

November 20, 2009 -- Historians, government officials and data stewards convened for a meeting at the Library of Congress earlier this month to discuss framing a National Preservation and Access Strategy for Geospatial Data. 
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November 20, 2009 -- The American Society of Media Photographers, a National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program partner, launched during FotoWeek DC. 
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Minnesota State Project Adds New Partners

November 13, 2009 -- The Model Technological and Social Architecture for the Preservation of State Government Digital Information Project has added three state partners.
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PeDALS Project Adds Two New State Partners

November 13, 2009 -- The Alabama Department of Archives and History and the New Mexico Commission of Public Records State Records Center and Archives have joined agencies from Arizona, Florida, New York, South Carolina, and Wisconsin in the Persistent Digital Archives and Library System research project.
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Minnesota States Project Releases Video

November 13, 2009 -- A new video features Minnesota Speaker of the House Margaret Anderson Kelliher talking about new methods to preserve and provide access to digital records of state legislatures.
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IWAW09 Highlights New Frontiers in Web Archiving

November 10, 2009 -- The 9th International Web Archiving Workshop, held September 30-October 1, 2009, highlighted work in preserving virtual worlds, exploring the temporal dimension of web archives and other groundbreaking explorations. 
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