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What is the state of Collection Security in your library? 0

What is the state of Collection Security in your library?

The Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL) is working to help its member libraries and other organisations that curate cultural heritage collections to answer precisely that question. As a membership organisation, CERL aims to facilitate, enhance, and improve the use and impact of printed and manuscript cultural heritage material. CERL raises the awareness of cultural heritage collections and their content among scholars and interested parties worldwide. CERL is service and partnership oriented by offering its members and the library, archival, and scholarly world at large high quality digital resources and tools using modern technology, by arranging seminars and workshops, and...


WLIC 2017- Managing Digital Estates: Challenges for the National & University Library Strasbourg – Frédéric Blin

On July 5th, 2017, during the annual conference of LIBER, the European League of European Libraries, the Consortium for European Libraries (CERL) and the LIBER Digital Cultural Heritage Forum organised a workshop entitled: “Managing bequests & Digital Estates: New Challenges for Libraries”. Frédéric Blin, Director for Heritage Collections and Preservation at the National and University Library Strasbourg (France), who co-organised this event, presented the results of the workshop during the last session of the Rare Books and Special Collections section at the WLIC in Wroclaw on August 23rd. His paper is available on the IFLA Library: http://library.ifla.org/1805/1/210-blin-en.pdf. All présentations are...


Call for Papers: Data Stewardship and Data Curation – LIBER

Data Stewardship and Data Curation 4th Digital Curation Workshop – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Göttingen, 13-14 November 2017 Call for Papers – deadline 11 August 2017 This theme is on the agenda of both libraries and research teams and a focus area in LIBER’s new Strategic Plan. It covers a broad variety of aspects. For this workshop three themes have been identified to compare and evaluate experiences in this emerging and rapidly evolving field in order to distill best practices, guidelines and identify areas of future concern We are planning to organise three sessions that each combine a paper introducing the...

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