Speaker Liz Bishoff and Tom Clareson
Liz Bishoff is owner of The Bishoff Group, a management consulting organization specializing in library and library related organizations. In addition, she is currently the Project Coordinator and faculty member on a 2009-2011 National Endowment for the Humanities grant, Staying on TRAC: Digital Preservation for Digital Collaborative. Liz has also ...
Liz Bishoff is owner of The Bishoff Group, a management consulting organization specializing in library and library related organizations. In addition, she is currently the Project Coordinator and faculty member on a 2009-2011 National Endowment for the Humanities grant, Staying on TRAC: Digital Preservation for Digital Collaborative. Liz has also held positions as BCR - Digital and Preservation Services Vice President, OCLC Vice President for Digital Collection Services, and Executive Director of the Colorado Digitization Program.
Thomas F. R. Clareson consults on a national and international basis on preservation, digitization, remote storage, funding, and advocacy issues for LYRASIS. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of Heritage Preservation. After joining LYRASIS (then PALINET) in 2005, he led the digital collections creation and management services, preservation services, and consulting activities, and was also responsible for establishing new services and funding sources, grant writing, and outreach to the museum and historical society communities. He has previously held positions at OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. and Amigos Library Servies, Inc.
This session will highlight trends in Digital Preservation adoption among cultural heritage institutions that the instructors have gained over five years of research. The presentation will review yet-to-be-published results from a 2011 survey, will provide participants with resources for determining their own institutional digital preservation needs, and includes interactive “on-the-spot” research on current digital preservation trends.
Who should attend:
Librarians, archivists, and museum professionals who create, maintain, or preserve digital collections. The session is open to all but will be especially applicable to digital librarians, archivists, and curators, as well as institutional managers and administrators, and those with a background in traditional preservation
By the end of this program, participants will:
- Know what institutional policies must be updated to include digital materials.
- Learn some of the benefits of collaborative digital preservation.
- Know more about establishing institutional mandates for digital preservation.
This webinar is pre-approved for Archival Recertification Credit from the Academy of Certified Archivists.