Virtual Goody Bag

Digital Libraries & Open Access. Interoperability Strategies, 4 February 2011, British Academy, London, UK

Virtual Goody Bag

Can't make it to the London Workshop on Digital Libraries & Open Access. Interoperability Strategies? Want the participant pack in an easily accessible format? Then download our Virtual Goody Bag full of free resources. The Virtual Goody Bag also contains the DRIVER Guidelines to European Repositories,  which our expert Wolfram Horstmann will be citing in his talk on the "many ways" to interoperability. The Guidelines are a valuable tool for a first approach to the Digital Repository landscape, covering Digital Repository developments with special emphasis on Europe, the population of repositories, intellectual propert rights, data curation, long-term preservation with reference to standards and metadata.

Seamus Ross, Introduction

Peter Burnhill, Open Access & Interoperability Challenges in the UK

Leonardo Candela, The Cookbook

Vittore Casarosa, The Reference Model

Pablo De Castro, The SONEX Work Group

Wolfram Horstmann, The "many ways" to Interoperability

Heather Joseph, Future Scenarios on Open Access

Hans Pfeiffenberger, Digital Libraries: A Matter of Trust, Reliability, Quality

Giuseppina Vullo, Policy & Quality Interoperability Surveys

  • Recorded Round Table debate with Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre (UK), Yannis Ioannidis, Professor at the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Univeristy of Athens (Greece) and Seamus Ross, Dean and Professor of the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto (Canada).