Since the beginning of 21st century IT development have brought new forms of eBooks and complex objects for renewed and enhanced user / reader experience.

These innovative cultural objects imply new challenges for preservation and conservation: how can we archive device dependent multimedia, interactive systems, or information flows? Does new data technologies open new possibilities for long-term conservation?

This webinar will be panel discussion with a Question and Answer session to follow afterwards.  Slides and/or event materials provided before the event.

Join the webinar on 19 November 2020, 16.00 – 17.00 CET
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  • Michael Day
    British Library (UK)
  • Nicole Coleman and Jasmine Mulliken
    Stanford University (USA)
  • Nobuaki Inoie, Masaki Shibata and Tetsuro Kudo
    National Diet Library (Japan)
  • Ashwin Kumar Kushwaha and Ajay Pratap Singh
    Banaras Hindu University (India)

Audience: Preservation services and IT services in libraries

Note: The presentations will be recorded before event and diffused during the event. Organisers and part of the presenters will be available online for live questions and discussions.

Organiser: Alenka Kavčič-ÄŒolić ([email protected]) and François-Xavier Boffy ([email protected])

Sponsored byInformation Technology Section and Preservation & Conservation Section