30 October 2013 | 13:00 - 17:00 Portland Place, London | RIBA


  • Introduce the DPC’s latest DPC Technology Watch Report on Preservation, Trust and Continuing Access to E-Journals
  • Bring together significant leaders in the field to explore current and emerging trends in e-journal services
  • Explore perceptions and procurement of preservation services for e-journal content
  • Present lessons learned, problems solved, and experiences to pass on from the e-Journal community to the wider digital preservation community

Who should come?

This workshop will interest:

  • Collections managers, librarians, curators and archivists in all institutions
  • IT managers in memory institutions
  • Records managers in institutions with a need for long-lived data
  • CIO’s in organisations with commercial intellectual property
  • Students and researchers in information science and related fields
  • Researchers with interests in research data management

Online or in person? You can join remotely on the Internet ...

The first part of this event will be webcast live from the venue so that DPC members who can't attend in person can still participate. If you want to join us but can't face the journey then you are very welcome to join us online in a webinar. Places at the webinar are limited and restricted to DPC members, so please do register in good time. The DPC web conferencing platform uses CISCO WebEx which requires nothing more than a web browser with a recent version of Java and a pair of speakers. We will supply you with access details a week ahead of time and we will also record the webinar for access by DPC members.

We're sorry that we can't at this time open the webinar to non-members.

One way or another, members can have a preview of the report prior to launch:

Outline Programme

1330 – Registration opens. Tea and coffee available
(1345 – Webcast Opens)

1400 – Welcome and Introductions (William Kilbride)
1405 – Preservation, Trust and Continuing Access (Neil Beagrie)
1445 – Question and answer with Neil Beagrie
1455 – Solving the E-Journal Problem: What does the Keepers Registry tell us? (Peter Burnhill, EDINA)
1510 – Looking back over the next 5 years of E-Journal services - perspectives on the future from E-Journal service providers including

(1600 – Webcast Closes)
1600 – Tea and Coffee

1615 – Roundtable
1650 – Next steps

1700 – Close

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