PREFORMA @ the Nordic Archival Conference

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On 6-8 May 2015, Magnus Geber from Riksarkivet – Coordinator of the PREFORMA project – will attend the Nordic Archival Conference in Copenhagen.

 

PREFORMA will be presented on the first day during a pre-meeting with e-archivists and a poster will be showcased during the conference.

 

For more information visit the Conference website (Swedish language).

 

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