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Wednesday 13 November - Thursday 14 November

See the session plan example and agenda structure for guidance.

Learning Outcomes (by the end of the session the attendees will be able to):

  1. Understand the SCAPE Planning and Watch lifecycle, and the benefits and opportunities.
  2. Explain why a policy framework is important in successful preservation planning.
  3. Evaluate when and how to execute preservation planning.
  4. Apply preservation policy to a planning scenario.
  5. Carry out content profiling experiments.
  6. Analyse content profile results.
  7. Understand how to monitor your repository and its environment
  8. Create a preservation plan.
  9. Envisage how the SCAPE components can be applied to your own collection.

Session Plans:

13 November

Session One

Learning outcomes:

1. Understand the SCAPE Planning and Watch lifecycle, and its benefits and opportunities.

Time Outline Plan/Teacher Activity Attendee Activity Resources Speakers/Trainers
09.30 - 10:15  


Introduction to SCAPE Preservation Planning and Watch   
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Listening


Beamer
Kresimir Duretec

Session Two

Learning outcomes:

2. Explain why a policy framework is important in successful preservation planning.

4. Apply preservation policy to a planning scenario.

Time Outline Plan/Teacher Activity Attendee Activity Resources Speakers/Trainers
10.15 - 11.00 Policy levels and control policies: from missions to objectives   

- Human-readable policies

- High-level drivers and constraints

- Discussion session

Listening

Discussion


Beamer Barbara Sierman
11.15 - 12.30 Machine readable Policy representation
- Introduction to creating control polices

Practical Exercise
- Create some control policy statements





Discussion

Listening


Participants in pairs/small groups will use
an example collection, users and procedure
 policy to create sample control
policies using the SCAPE process. 


Wrap up & sharing of experience
Laptop /
Paper & Pens
Catherine Jones

Session Three

Learning outcomes:

5. Carry out content profiling experiments.

6. Analyse content profile results.

Time Outline Plan/Teacher Activity Attendee Activity Resources Speakers/Trainers
  Content profiling and C3PO
Listening
Beamer
Artur Kulmukhametov

Content profiling  experiment
- Understanding what is in your collection
- C3PO tool demo & practical exercise
- Discussion and analysis of results


Practical exercise: content profiling



Beamer,
Laptops,
Router
Virtual machine
Artur Kulmukhametov
Kresimir Duretec
Michael Kraxner
Carl Wilson TBC

14 November

Session Four

Learning outcomes:

7. Understand how to monitor your repository and its environment

Time Outline Plan/Teacher Activity Attendee Activity Resources Speakers/Trainers
  Monitoring and Scout
Listening
Beamer
Kresimir Duretec

Monitoring demo
- present Scout capabilities
- schedule new adaptors
- monitor collections, formats
  and repositories
- using control policies in
  Scout



Beamer Kresimir Duretec /
TU Wien
  What questions would
you ask?
Discussion
- participants will think about most important questions
they would like Scout to answer
Beamer
Paper
Kresimir Duretec

Session Five

Learning outcomes:

5. Create a preservation plan

Time Outline Plan/Teacher Activity Attendee Activity Resources Speakers/Trainers
  Preservation planning and Plato
Listening
Beamer
Michael Kraxner

Plato demo and exercise
  - from a repository through C3PO, Scout
   and Plato back to  a repository
Practical Exercise Beamer

Michael Kraxner
Kresimir Duretec

Session Six

Learning outcomes:

8. Envisage how the SCAPE components can be applied to your own collection.

Time Outline Plan/Teacher Activity Attendee Activity Resources Speakers/Trainers
14.30 - 15.30 How things fit together: 
methods, tools, interfaces, repositories
Listening
Discussion
Beamer
Kresimir Duretec
15.45 - 17.00 Benefits, integrations and outlook
SCAPE connecting components
- simulation demo
- capability model
Scalable decision making
Q&A
Discussion Beamer All
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