The International Conference on Digital Preservation has shared iPres 2014: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Digital Preservation under a CC BY 3.0 unported license. iPres 2014 was held October 6-10, in Melbourne, Australia. A preface to the proceedings stated that the conference “was structured around two key strands – research and innovative practice. The purpose of this distinction was to promote both academic/research work and work that is clearly rooted in the actual experience of institutions undertaking digital preservation.”
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