The EU-funded project SCAPE, http://www.scape-project.eu/about, is offering organisations the opportunity to visit our partners and be introduced to some of the developments within the project. The project addresses long term digital preservation of large-scale and heterogeneous collections of digital objects. Partners will present demonstrations of tools and services that can be used separately or as a full set of interconnected SCAPE services. The tools are published as open source software and make use of the existing development infrastructure hosted by the Open Planets Foundation, who will provide the foundation with further take up of project results for a long-term and sustained impact beyond the lifetime of the project.
The institutions will be offering visiting opportunites during the month of May. Follow the links below to explore these opportunities by institution or by specific SCAPE preservation topic. If you would like to schedule a visit, please send an email to Jette Junge, jgj [at] statsbiblioteket [dot] dk. Additionally, contact information for each institution is provided below.
In addition to providing general visiting opportunities, some institutions are organising events taking place on a certain date. Follow the link below for a list of these events including the date, institution and the topics to be discussed:
If you are interested in attending a SCAPE demo, please send an email to Jette Junge, jgj [at] statsbiblioteket [dot] dk . Additionally, you may send your request to contacts at the institutions directly.
| British Library
||William Palmer|| [email protected]
| Internet Memory Foundation
||Leila Medjkoune|| [email protected]
| Microsoft Research
||Ivan Vujic||[email protected]|
| Austrian National Library
|| Sven Schlarb
|| [email protected]
||Rune Ferneke-Nielsen|| [email protected]
| Science & Technologies Facilities Council
||Catherine Jones|| [email protected]