Acting on Change: New Approaches and Future Practices in LTDP
In this series of videos we offer some highlights from PERICLES final project conference 'Acting on Change: New Approaches and Future Practices in LTDP', which took place at the Wellcome Collection Conference centre in London on 30 Nov - 1 Dec 2016.
This conference took a closer look at what research is being carried out as regards the challenge of changing environments, and what solutions are being proposed in support of practitioners in the field. New collaborations between different disciplines have yielded interesting perspectives and provided stimulating insights for new approaches to managing and dealing with change in digital environments.
Day 1 Welcome and Keynote
Conference welcome by Mark Hedges (PERICLES Project Director) and Simon Chaplin (The Wellcome Trust) followed by the Day 1 Keynote (09:25) by Kara Van Malssen (AV Preserve) - Seeing the forest for the trees: A look outside the OAIS reference model.
Day 1 Panel discussion - Beyond OAIS?
Facilitator: William Kilbride (DPC) Panelists: Angela Dappert (British Library); Pip Laurenson (Tate/PERICLES); Barbara Reed (Recordkeeping Innovation); Barbara Sierman (National Library of the Netherlands)
Day 1 Plenary Session
With Barbara Reed (Recordkeeping Innovation), Pip Laurenson (Tate/PERICLES), Tomasz Miksa (SBA Vienna), Simon Waddington (King's College London/PERICLES), Patricia Falcao (Tate/PERICLES) - Risk assessment for preservation in the active life of complex digital objects
Day 2 Welcome and Keynote
Welcome by Christian Muller (B.USOC) and Keynote by Matthew Addis (Arkivum) - Preservation Through the Power of Many.
Day 2 Panel Session - Preparing for change
Facilitator: Natalie Harrower (Digital Repository of Ireland); Panellists: Natasa Milic-Frayling (Intact Digital/PERSIST); Jean-Yves Vion-Dury (Xerox-/PERICLES); Neil Beagrie (Charles Beagrie Ltd); Nancy McGovern (MIT), George Papastefanatos (Athena-Research and Innovation Center)
Day2 Plenary Session - Proactive data management - where are we now and where are we going?
With Tomasz Miksa (SBA Research), Simon Waddington (King's College London/PERICLES), George Papastefanatos (Athena-Research and Innovation Center)