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Sustainable history: ensuring today's digital history survives

November 28, 2013
Institute of Historical Research

Senate House, Malet Street
London WC1E 7HU
United Kingdom


  • Software Sustainability Institute

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Programme details:

9:30-10:15am          Registration / Welcome

10:15am-11am        Keynote Addresses

Professor Andrew Prescott, (Dept. of Digital Humanities, King’s College London)

Neil Grindley (JISC)

11am-11:15              Tea / Coffee

11:15am-12:15pm  Session 1: Preserving Resources

Dr. James Baker (British Library) ‘Preserving Research Data for the Future’

Jennifer Doyle (King’s College London) [awaiting title]

12:15pm -1pm          Lunch

1pm-2:30pm             Session 2: Working Together for the Long-term

Dr. Gethin Rees (University of Cambridge) ‘Capturing and Documenting Workflows for Historical Scholarship’

Mia Ridge (Open University) [awaiting title]

Claire Donaghue (Imperial College London) ‘Strategies for Working Together on Large Projects’

2:30-2:45                   Tea / Coffee

2:45-3:30                   Keynote Address and Open Discussion

Dr. Peter Webster (British Library)

Conference organisers:

  • Adam Crymble (King's College London)
  • Professor Hitchcock, Tim (University of Sussex)
  • Dr Jane Winters (Institute of Historical Research)

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November 25, 2013, 5:00pm BST

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