Satellite Event


Long term accessibility of digital resources in theory and practice

Organized by: the Austrian National Library /APARSEN Project, SCAPE Project

Date:21st May 2014 (3 hrs)
Location:Palais Mollard (Austrian National Library)
Herrengasse 9 
1010 Vienna


An overview on management aspects such as digital rights management, policies and costs as well as technical aspects with a focus on preservation planning and scalability in digital preservation will be given. Insights into the day-to-day practice of digital preservation will foster the understanding of theoretical concepts developed in the two EU funded projects.

Programme Satellite Event

“Long term accessibility of digital resources in theory and practice“   
Sabine Schrimpf /Stefan Hein 
(German National Library DNB):
Digital Rights Management in the context of long-term preservation
Ross King
(Austrian Institute of Technology, AIT):
The SCAPE Project and Scalabe Quality Control
David Wang
(SBA Research):
Understanding the Costs of Digital Curation
Sven Schlarb 
(Austrian National Library):
Application scenarios of the SCAPE project at the Austrian National Library
Krešimir Đuretec
(Vienna University of Technology):
The SCAPE Planning and Watch Suite
David Giaretta
(Alliance for Permanent Access):
Digital preservation: How APARSEN can help answer the key question “Who pays and Why?”

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