Title: Embedding Web Preservation Strategies Within Your Institution
Location: The Flexible Learning Space, centre for Excellence in Enquiry-Based Learning (CEEBL), University of Manchester, Building C24, Sackville St, Manchester, M60 1QD
Date: Friday 12th September 2008
Time: 10.30 am – 4pm, lunch to be provided
Facilitators: All the JISC-PoWR team
Presentation. 1. Introduction to JISC PoWR (Kevin Ashley, ULCC)
Presentation. 2. Records Management vs. Web Management: Beyond the Stereotypes (Marieke Guy, UKOLN)
Breakout Session 1: Web Preservation in your Organisation
Presentation. 3. Web Preservation in a Web 2.0 Environment (Brian Kelly, UKOLN)
Presentation. 4. The JISC-PoWR Workshops – Inputs and Outcomes (Marieke Guy, UKOLN)
Presentation. 5. The JISC-PoWR Handbook – Explaining Web Preservation (Kevin Ashley, ULCC)
Presentation. 6. The JISC-PoWR Handbook – Identifying Web Issues (Richard Davis, ULCC)
Breakout Session 2: The Next Steps for Web Preservation in your Organisation
Presentation. 7. The JISC-PoWR Handbook – Recommended Approaches (Ed Pinsent, ULCC)
Future possibilities and Final Thoughts
This one day workshop is the final in the series of three run by the JISC PoWR project. The workshop is free and aimed at all those interested in issues relating to Institutional Web resource preservation. It is open to all members of HE/FE institutions and related HE and FE agencies, although we may need to restrict the numbers per institution if we are over-subscribed.
The focus of the workshop is to gain and share feedback from institutional Web, information and records managers on the proposed JISC PoWR handbook, to address ways of embedding the proposed recommendations into institutional working practices and to solicit ideas for further work which may be needed.
The workshop is intended to be interactive and will encourage open discussion. Lunch will be provided and participants will receive copies of the workshop handouts.
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