Going to iPRES2018, the 15th International Conference on Digital Preservation

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We are excited to share the detailed schedule – with information about every session – for iPRES2018, the 15th International Conference on Digital Preservation. We are using the Open Science Framework (OSF) platform to make the full conference proceedings available – including slides, papers, poster images, workshop materials, panel questions, session notes, and supplementary materials.

We are pleased to see many people registering for iPRES 2018. There is still time to register if you haven’t: https://ipres2018.org/registration. If a full registration doesn’t work for you, you can select a workshop-only registration for Monday or register for select days or activities. If you have any questions, please contact our Registration Team.

Some tuition support is still available for underrepresented students and first-time attendees – see the registration page for details.

There are rolling submissions and acceptances for ad hoc programming, including the first digital preservation game room, original digital preservation graphics, lightning sessions, and other programming – spots are filling up and additional information is available here.

Our iPRES 2018 Code of Conduct with our response framework is posted and we welcome your feedback.

Looking forward to seeing you in September,

With warm regards,

the iPRES 2018 Organizing  Team

email: ipres2018contributions@gmail.com

 

 

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