What is Ipres?

What is Ipres?

iPRES is a series of conferences on digital preservation. Since 2004, iPRES conferences have been held on four continents. Broad scope – The iPRES series embraces a variety of topics in digital preservation – from strategy to implementation, and from international and regional initiatives to small organisations.

Where can I find the Proceedings of an Ipres Conference?

The proceedings of all iPRES conferences can be found in the Phaidra Repository . The iPRES steering group consists of members from conference hosters which have participated in at least three conferences. Seamus Ross (Co-Chair of the iPRES Steering Group, i-School, University of Toronto)

Who are the members of the Ipres steering group?

Andrea Goethals (Co-Chair of the iPRES Steering Group, National Library of New Zealand) Cal Lee (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US) Natalie Lee San Pang (National University of Singapore, Singapore) Marcel Ras (Dutch Digital Heritage Network, The Netherlands) Andreas Rauber (Vienna University of Technology – VUT, Austria)