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h3. Wednesday 13 November - Thursday 14 November


See the [session plan example|SP:Session plan example] and [agenda|SP:Agenda - Keeping Control - Scalable Preservation Environments for Identification, Characterisation and Validation] structure for guidance.


h4. Learning Outcomes (by the end of the session the attendees will be able to):
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# Understand the SCAPE Planning and Watch lifecycle, and the benefits and opportunities.
# Explain why a policy framework is important in successful preservation planning.
# Evaluate when and how to execute preservation planning.
# Apply preservation policy to a planning scenario.
# Carry out content profiling experiments.
# Analyse content profile results.
# Understand how to monitor your repository and its environment
# Create a preservation plan.
# Envisage how the SCAPE components can be applied to your own collection.

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h4. Session Plans:


h2. 13 November


h4. 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   \\
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\\ | *Introduction to SCAPE Preservation Planning and Watch *   \\
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\\ | Beamer \\ | Kresimir Duretec \\ |

h4. 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*    \\
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\- Human-readable policies \\
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\- High-level drivers and constraints \\
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\- Discussion session \\ | \\
Listening \\
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Discussion \\
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\\ | Beamer | Barbara Sierman |
| 11.15 - 12.30 | *Machine readable Policy representation* \\
\- Introduction to creating control polices \\ \\
*Practical Exercise* \\
\- Create some control policy statements \\
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*Discussion* | \\
Listening \\
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Participants in pairs/small groups will use \\
an example collection, users and procedure \\
 policy to create sample control \\
policies using the SCAPE process.  \\
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Wrap up & sharing of experience \\ | Laptop / \\
Paper & Pens | Catherine Jones |

h4. 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 \\ | \\
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Practical exercise: content profiling \\
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\\ | Beamer, \\
Laptops, \\
Router \\
Virtual machine \\ | Artur Kulmukhametov \\
Kresimir Duretec \\
Michael Kraxner \\
Carl Wilson TBC |



h2. 14 November

h4. 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 \\ | \\
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\\ | 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\\ |

h4. 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 \\
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h4. Session Six

*Learning outcomes:*

_8. Envisage how the SCAPE components can be applied to your own collection._


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| 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\\ |