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Archivematica 0.10-beta Tutorial - 2013 AABC/NWA Joint Conference

  • 04 May 2013
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • IBLC 155 - Irving K. Barber Learning Commons
  • 6

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  • Workshop offered as part of the 2013 AABC/NWA joint conference in Vancouver, BC.

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This workshop is offered as part of the joint AABC/NWA Joint Conference in Vancouver, BC. To register for the conference, go to http://aabc.ca/events/annual-conference-2013/

This tutorial-style workshop offers hands-on instruction using the Archivematica 0.10-beta release. Archivematica is a free and open-source digital preservation system that is designed to maintain standards-based, long-term access to collections of digital objects. After a brief introduction, we will process sample digital materials from ingest through to archival storage and access in AtoM. Attendees will use their own laptops to access cloud-hosted copies of the web-based Archivematica system and complete the tutorial steps.

The instructor will also answer questions about installation, integration, software features and project management.

The course requires a secure, reliable wireless connection for all attendees and an overhead projector. Each attendee is required to bring their own laptop computer in compliance with minimum browser requirements. (Internet Explorer 9+, Firefox 10+ , Safari 5.1, Chrome 16+).

Presenter: Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems
Room:
IBLC 155


Please contact Colleen Needham (Communications Chair) with any questions. 

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