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Digitaalne Mälu I

Rahvusvaheline seminar “Digitaalne mälu”
24.-25. november 2005, Tallinn
Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu, väike konverentsisaal

Seminari eesmärk on arutada küsimusi, mis seostuvad veebiressursside kogumise ja arhiveerimisega. Teema on eriti aktuaalne seetõttu, et mõnedki Euroopa riigid, s-h. Eesti on täiendanud või täiendamas oma sundeksemplariseadust veebiressursside osaga. Mida toob see kaasa kirjastajale või autorile, kes avaldab oma väljaandeid veebis? Mida see tähendab rahvusraamatukogule, kes peab veebiressursse koguma, arhiveerima ning kättesaadavaks tegema? Kuidas saavad väljaandjad, autorid ja raamatukogu selles valdkonnas koostööd teha? Mille alusel valida, mis veebis leiduvast väärib säilitamist tulevastele põlvedele? Nendele küsimustele otsitakse vastuseid seminaril Digitaalne mälu.

Seminari peaesineja on John Tuck Briti Raamatukogust, kes Ühendkuningriigi Veebiarhiveerimise Konsortsiumi (UK Web Archiving Consortium) juhina on arvestatavamaid eksperte Euroopas. Samuti jagavad oma kogemusi veebiarhiveerimise alalt Balti riikide rahvusraamatukogude spetsialistid.

Ootame seminarile veebiväljaannete kirjastajaid, veebiteenuste pakkujaid, mäluasutuste spetsialiste ja kõiki, kes soovivad kaasa rääkida digitaalse mälu talletamise teemadel.

Osavõtt on tasuta, töökeeleks inglise keel.
Konverentsile registreerumiseks palume täita registreerimisvorm.
Lähem info: Janne Andresoo, Janne dot Andresoo at nlib dot ee, tel. 630 7104.

International Seminar Digital Memory, Tallinn 24-25 November 2005
National Library of Estonia

The National Library of Estonia is launching a series of seminars with the aim of discussing the issues raised by the implementation of the legal deposit system in the context of digital information environment.

Several European countries, including the Baltic States, have already complemented or are complementing their legal deposit acts with web resources. The implementation of the law has encountered such problems as co-operation difficulties with publishers in receiving legal deposit copies, the creation of accessibility to web publications and the related possible conflict with copyright issues, as well as the selection criteria for web resources. Besides, some information technology problems, such as the creation of multifunctional archival system and a long-term preservation of web resources, need to be resolved.

Proceeding from the above, it is extremely important for legal deposit libraries (national libraries) to share their experience and be advocated by renowned European experts.

The first Digital Memory seminar will cover the topic on how to organise cooperation between legal deposit libraries and publishers in the new circumstances so that the interests of both parties are protected, and what selection criteria should be used for collecting, bibliographic registration and archiving of web resources.

Participation is free of charge; working language: English
To register for the Conference, please fill out the registration form.
Further information: Janne Andresoo Janne dot Andresoo at nlib dot ee, tel. +372 630 7104

Kava / Programme

24 November

9.30-10.00 Registration
10.00-12.00 Opening – Tiiu Valm, Director General, National Library of Estonia

SESSION I
Legal Deposit Law. National Policy of the Preservation of Digital Cultural Heritage
Moderator Mihkel Reial, Director of Technology Services, National Library of Estonia

John Tuck, Head of British Collections, British Library
Ülle Talihärm, Head of Collection Development Department, National Library of Estonia
Anita Goldberga, Deputy Director, National Library of Latvia
12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.30 SESSION II
Collection Development and Web Publications. Selection Criteria. Communication between the Archiving Library and Publishers
Moderator Krista Kiisa, Project Manager, Information Systems Department, National Library of Estonia

Guna Linkevica, Director of Latvian ISSN Centre
Kairi Felt, Chief Librarian of Collection Development Department, National Library of Estonia, Rita Enna, EU project reUSE PR manager
Daiva Martinkutė, Chief Librarian of Acquisition Department, National Library of Lithuania
John Tuck, Head of British Collections, British Library
Discussion
14.30-15.00 Coffee break

15.00-17.00 SESSION III
Bibliographic Control of Web Recourses
Moderator Aurika Gergeležiu, Co-ordinator of Bibliographic Activities, National Library of Estonia

National Bibliography and Web Publications, initiatives of the IFLA Bibliography Section
Bohdana Stoklasova, Chair of the IFLA Bibliography Section, National Library of the Czech Republic
Bibliographic Control of Estonian Web
Janne Andresoo, Head of Research and Development Department, National Library of Estonia
Latvian Web Recourses and the National Bibliography
Anita Goldberga, Deputy Director National Library of Latvia
Bibliographic Control of Lithuanian E-cultural Heritage
Genute Jokubaityte, Chief Librarian of the Current Bibliography Department, National Library of Lithuania
Discussion

25 November

10.00-11.30 SESSION IV
Archiving and Preservation of Web Publications - Solutions to Technical Problems
Moderator Liina Enok, Project Manager, Information Systems Department, National Library of Estonia

John Tuck, Head of British Collections, British Library
Jonas Juškys, System Manager, National Library of Lithuania
Publisher’s approach – TBA
11.30 – 11.45 Coffee Break

11.45 – 13.15 Archiving and Preservation of Web Publications - Solutions to Technical Problems. (cont.)

Ivars Indans, Deputy Director, National Library of Latvia.
Roman Šestakov, Information Systems Department, National Library of Estonia
Discussion
13.15- 13.30 Conclusions


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