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Join us in beautiful Tucson, Arizona, for a comprehensive overview of digital preservation, presented by information professionals with deep experience in the preservation of cultural heritage materials. During the two-day training, you will learn about good practices and practical strategies for creating and managing digital collections, and you’ll gain confidence in decision-making for the preservation of your digital assets.
The program will introduce you to free resources and tools you can use for digital preservation, and you’ll make lasting connections with peers who face similar challenges. Participants return to their institutions with a clearer understanding of the next steps they should take to strengthen their organization’s digital preservation program.
Who Should Attend?
Are you just getting started in digitization and digital preservation? Trying to bring several digital projects together into a cohesive digital preservation program? Or are you well into a digital collections project and need a refresher on the latest standards and best practices?
The Digital Directions conference is geared toward professionals working with digital collections at archives, libraries, museums, historical organizations, government agencies, corporate archives, and other organizations that steward digital collections. Students are also welcome, and a discounted registration rate is available.
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TO LEARN MORE about the Digital Directions program, view the 2020 Agenda.
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