[Metadatalibrarians] Incorporating Digital Preservation into Your DAM Program - starts next week
millyl at henrystewart.co.uk
Mon Mar 7 10:23:23 PST 2022
Dear List Members,
I would like to extend an invitation to join Henry Stewart's new webinar series on 'Incorporating Digital Preservation into Your DAM Program', which starts next week. The series is free to register for all end users.
Visit the website: https://www.henrystewartconferences.com/events/incorporating-digital-preservation-your-dam-program
Register for free: http://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8116960289654886669
The terms Digital Asset Management and Digital Preservation are often seen as two sides of the same coin. As disciplines and technologies they are quite different, performing distinct but complementary roles. When used in combination, they can lead to greater long-term brand value and asset reuse.
This new 3-part online education program will use real-life use cases to explore the value of preserving your most valuable brand assets, and how to build a strategy that combines the benefits of both types of systems. Here are the three sessions in the series:
* 'Preserving Long-Term Digital Assets' with Michael Bullington, Senior Archives Manager, McDonald's Corporation - Wednesday, March 16
**Business case and value
**Preservation and DAM - why together?
**Preservation vs. Archives (physical and digital)
* 'Standards and Approaches for Digital Preservation' with Euan Cochrane, Digital Preservation Manager, Yale University Library - Wednesday, March 23
**Approaches for preservation projects
* 'Building a Strategy for Preserving Long-Term Digital Assets' with Anne Archer, Head of Heritage and Archives, BT and Karen Sampson, Head of Digital Archives & Museum, Lloyds Banking Group - Wednesday, March 30
**People, process and technology
**Auditing your assets
A link to the recordings will be sent to all registrants.
Any questions please let me know and do feel free to share with colleagues. Hope you can join!
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