ipres2008: the Digital Preservation Training Programme

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Published on October 22, 2008

Author: kevinashley

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A description, as part of a panel session at ipres2008, of past current and future work on digital preservation training at ULCC.

DPTP: The Digital Preservation Training Programme Where we’ve been and where we’re going Kevin Ashley Head of Digital Archives Dept ULCC

We’ve only just begun 2004: JISC funding kickstarts DPTP DPC workshops Cornell training programme

2004: JISC funding kickstarts DPTP

Initial aims and format As with Cornell: “fostering critical thinking” OAIS and TDR Acknowledge : understanding that digital preservation is a local concern Act : initiating digital preservation projects Consolidate : segueing from projects to programs Institutionalize : incorporating the larger environment and rationalizing programs Externalize : embracing inter-institutional collaboration and dependency

As with Cornell: “fostering critical thinking”

OAIS and TDR

Ch..ch..ch..ch..Changes Aimed at project/programme managers But also needed to develop more technical content Rework legal material New case studies Network of tutors

Aimed at project/programme managers

But also needed to develop more technical content

Rework legal material

New case studies

Network of tutors

People and places Maggie Jones, Simon Tanner, Jen Mitcham, William Kilbride, Patricia Sleeman, Ed Pinsent Warwick, Birmingham, York £1000/head all-in (course, room, meals, materials) Great value, excellent feedback, good interaction

Maggie Jones, Simon Tanner, Jen Mitcham, William Kilbride, Patricia Sleeman, Ed Pinsent

Warwick, Birmingham, York

 

 

 

 

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Some people liked it... “ ...the most beneficial and well presented, thought out course that I've ever attended in 10 years as a professional" "The course was very good and value for money" "Well done, excellent content and a very enjoyable course"

“ ...the most beneficial and well presented, thought out course that I've ever attended in 10 years as a professional"

"The course was very good and value for money"

"Well done, excellent content and a very enjoyable course"

They didn’t promise us a rose garden Comments suggested some material losing relevance One week too long for many Cost is too high (even if it is good value) Economics don’t work out Travelling roadshow is problematic The unplanned-for….

Comments suggested some material losing relevance

One week too long for many

Cost is too high (even if it is good value)

Economics don’t work out

Travelling roadshow is problematic

The unplanned-for….

 

New! Improved! Slimmed-down, 2.5 day version London-based, or on-site elsewhere Bulk of trainers from my staff Improved pedagogy Results: better numbers  more tailored courses  less interaction 

Slimmed-down, 2.5 day version

London-based, or on-site elsewhere

Bulk of trainers from my staff

Improved pedagogy

Results:

better numbers 

more tailored courses 

less interaction 

Looking forward Market is fragmenting - training becoming targeted: repository managers scientific data curators digitisation programmes Online, self-paced content Commercial provision

Market is fragmenting - training becoming targeted:

repository managers

scientific data curators

digitisation programmes

Online, self-paced content

Commercial provision

A word from our sponsors Last few places Oct 20-22 London

Last few places

Oct 20-22

London

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