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Do you work with born-digital materials or are you curious to learn more about how others work with them? Register and join us for an in-person Bit Curator Forum satellite event at the University of Minnesota to meet with like-minded folks. Our FREE local programming will occur on day 2 of the Forum, March 20, at Andersen Library on the west bank of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.

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Come join us! The BitCurator Forum is a virtual gathering for archivists of all stripes and levels of experience who work with digital collections. 

Date:  Wednesday, March 20
Location: Givens Conference Suite (room 120), Elmer L. Andersen Library, 222 21st Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Cost: FREE
Refreshments: Bagel and coffee breakfast provided. Please bring your own lunch (microwave and refrigerator available). 
Register: RSVP for BitCurator Forum In-Person Satellite Event 2024 by March 6 

Schedule

  • 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
    Coffee, networking, and sharing updates on our work*
  • 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Conference watch party, lunch when you choose (detailed conference schedule)

*This will mostly be informal (examples might include sharing snazzy new tools, interesting collections, or challenges you are facing), but please let us know on the registration form if you have a more substantive update, demo, or presentation you’d be interested in sharing.  Students and new professionals are particularly encouraged to participate!

Participants are expected to abide by the BitCurator Consortium Code of Conduct. See also information on current Covid-19 guidelines on campus.

Note: To participate in the full BitCurator Forum (March 19-22) on your own, attendees must register

Questions? Contact Lara Friedman-Shedlov (ldfs@umn.edu).

Written by

Carol Kussmann
Digital Preservation Analyst
Digital Initiatives & Metadata.

Education and support for staff who build, manage, and preserve digital and physical collections