DIGIMAR Workshop - Future Course for Europe's Marine Libraries

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General information

Many Marine Libraries contain large quantities of unique and rare material in print format. Whilst this material may contain valuable information it is often under-utilised due to researchers increasingly relying on electronic information provision. 

The main aim of the workshop is to identify and outline potential new digital services and digitisation projects for Marine Libraries in the 21st century that will facilitate access to the unique records and literature they hold.  Different digitisation approaches and possibilities will be presented and explored with the aim of synthesising a practical, common way forward. 


Learning outcome:

(1) Examine the current textual based digital landscape relevant for Marine Science
(2) Understand methodologies of how relevant information from library material could be extracted and submitted to overarching initiatives
(3) Formulate potential future digital project proposals and identify potential funders
(4) Propose a way forward: agree on a common approach, the overarching aim and next steps.

Contact Person: Nicolas Pade (nipa@MBA.ac.uk)


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0312 - Policy and governance


Venue: Marine Biological Association of the UK
Plymouth, United Kingdom

Marine Biological Association of the UK
The Laboratory, Citadel Hill
United Kingdom


Open from
1 Feb 2016 to 20 Mar 2016

Click here to apply: http://www.embrc.eu/node/1161


Academic level: PhD, Lifelong Learning
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