Dr Nancy McGovern and Kari Smith lecture on “Digital Preservation in Action: Building Sustainable Programs and Effective Workflows”

The Government Records Service of the Province of BC (link) and the Archives Association of British Columbia (link), with funding from the Documentary Heritage Communities Program (link), are pleased to announce a free lecture, “Digital Preservation in Action: Building Sustainable Programs and Effective Workflows,” by Dr. Nancy McGovern and Kari Smith. The lecture will be held on Thursday October 27th at 10:30am in the Auditorium at St Ann’s Academy, Victoria, BC (link). No registration is necessary.

Dr. Nancy McGovern has thirty years of experience preserving digital content and has held senior positions at ICPSR, Cornell University Library, the Open Society Archives, and the Center for Electronic Records of the U.S. National Archives. Since 2012, Dr. McGovern has been responsible for digital preservation at MIT Libraries.

Kari Smith is the Digital Archivist at the MIT Institute Archives and Special Collections. Prior to joining MIT, Ms. Smith worked at the University of Michigan, Cornell University Library and Columbia University Library.

Please visit the AABC website for more information. For any questions please contact Maxwell Otte.

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