Categories: NewsFlash
      Date: Jul  1, 2010
     Title: @ Open Repositories '10
Next week at the Open Repositories 2010 conference (6-9 July) in Madrid, will be delivering insights into Policy and Quality Interoperability on Tuesday 6 July during the Interoperability Policy Session from 15:45-17:15 and will also be hosting a Birds of a Feather (BoF) session on Digital Library Interoperability on Wednesday 7 July from 11:00-12:30.

The presentation at the Open Repositories 2010 conference, which will be led by Giuseppina Vullo, University of Glasgow and co-ordinator of Quality Working Group, is scheduled at 16:45 within the General Session 3.B (Room 2). The talk is co-authored by Perla Innocenti, University of  Glasgow and coordinator of the Policy Working Group and Prof. Seamus Ross, University of Toronto, and will be focusing on:

On 7th July morning, a Birds of Feather Session will also be dedicated to an open discussion about the project issues and outcomes (Room Reino Unido A, 11.00-12:30). The session is hosted by University of Glasgow & Trust-IT with support from two members of’s Working Groups (Content, User & Functionality) from the National Research Council of Italy (CNR-ISTI) and the University of Athens.


The Open Repositories Conference brings together individuals and organisations responsible for the conception, development, implementation, and management of digital repositories, as well as stakeholders who interact with them for achieving the widest possible integration in theoretical, practical, and strategic matters.