3 July 2006 Oxford | Wolfson College, University of Oxford

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and Digital Curation Centre (DCC) delivered a two-day workshop to explore the range of policies required to manage, preserve, and reuse the information held within digital repositories over time. This event was co-sponsored by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) and held at Wolfson College at the University of Oxford on 3rd and 4th of July, 2006.

Developing and implementing a range of policies is vital for enabling the effective management, discovery, and re-usability of information held within digital repositories. This workshop provided concrete examples of the range and nature of the policies required and shared real-life experiences in implementing these policies through a series of case studies and panel discussions.

Monday July 3rd, 2006

Setting the Scene

Session One: This session explored issues including: roles and responsibilities in developing policies, relationships with other institutional policies, workflow issues, key themes of specific policies, problems encountered during development.

Tuesday July 4th, 2006

Session Two: Implementating Curation and Preservation Policies

Session Three: Evaluating and Reviewing Curation and Preservation Policies

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