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Promoting and Enhancing Reuse of Information throughout the Content Lifecycle taking account of Evolving Semantics

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Policy implementation and change management - the PERICLES way

Policy implementation and change management - the PERICLES way
In this blog post we present a practical example of how the PERICLES model-driven approach can help to implement, automate and manage change in a policy. 'Automatic policy application and change management’ was also the focus of one of the 'PERICLES in Practice' sessions at the final project conference ‘Acting on Change: New Approaches and Future Practices in LTDP’ . In... Read more >

"Preservation and access to born-digital culture" Brussels, 30 - 31 October 2015

In late October 2015 in Brussels, iMAL and PACKED organised a symposium to discuss with over 100 international experts central challenges regarding “Preservation and Access to Born-Digital Culture”. http://imal.org/en/preservationsymposium   Anna Henry (Digital Preservation Manager) and John Langdon (Archive Curator) from Tate gave a presentation that summarised Tate’s... Read more >

PERICLES workshop on “Automated capture of the environment in a sheer curation context”

PERICLES workshop on “Automated capture of the environment in a sheer curation context”
PERICLES joined the 10 th International Digital Curation Conference with a half day workshop on ‘Automated capture of the environment in a sheer curation context’ on February 11, 2015 at 30 Euston Square, London, UK. The aim of the workshop was to disseminate current outputs to people tasked with all aspects of long-term use of data. In addition, it was an opportunity to engage with... Read more >

Is there a place for cataloguing in a digital world?

Is there a place for cataloguing in a digital world?
The re-use of digital information is the core research focus of PERICLES. Re-use of digital information for an archive such as Tate's is centred largely on how our collections are accessed by the public, particularly for research by scholars. Imagining the future ways in which a researcher might access collections that are hybrid mixes of digital and non-digital objects, has led me to consider... Read more >

New trends in digital preservation at iPRES 2013

New trends in digital preservation at iPRES 2013
The iPRES conferences are probably the best opportunity to keep informed about the latest developments in the area of digital preservation. This year's iPRES in Lisbon was my fifth since the second iPRES in 2005 in Goettingen, and it seems that the field has changed a lot since then. A brief look at the conference programs of the different conferences reveals that it isn't so much the topics... Read more >