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iPRES 2016 Blog | Session - Ingest Tools and Methods

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Hannah Smith is the digital archive officer at Historic Environment Scotland. She joined the digital archive in 2015, although has worked for HES (previously RCAHMS) since 2011. Currently work is focused on implementing our new Trusted Digital Repository software.

Hannah attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme. There will be a series of blog posts from iPRES 2016 by the scholarship recipients, make sure to check the DPC website over the next two weeks for more.


Session: Ingest Tools and Methods

   

iPRES 2016 Blog | Session - Scale and Interoperability

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Chris Grygiel

I’m Chris Grygiel, Digital Archivist at Leeds University Special Collections, I’m currently developing workflows for processing our digital collections.

Chris attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme. This is the first in a series of blog posts from iPRES 2016 by the scholarship recipients, make sure to check the DPC website over the next two weeks for more.


Session: Scale and Interoperability

   

iPRES 2016 Blog | Panel Session - Challenges and Benefits of a Collaboration of the Collaborators

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Paul Young has been Digital Archivist at the National Archives for just over a year, dealing with the ingest of Born-Digital records and undertaking file format research for PRONOM.

Paul attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme. There will be a series of blog posts from iPRES 2016 by the scholarship recipients, make sure to check the DPC website over the next two weeks for more.


Panel Session: Challenges and Benefits of a Collaboration of the Collaborators: How can we learn and benefit from experiences and set next steps in international collaboration

   

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