“New Strategies for Digital Content”, 18 March 2011 – Registration open

This one-day conference focuses on some of the key strategic issues faced by content creators and publishers today and which were addressed by the JISC eContent programme 2009-2011, in particular:

- the need for institutions to develop the necessary skills and strategies to embed digitisation within institutional strategies and practices as well as devise effective business models for the long term sustainability of digitised content

- the need to break down silos of content by clustering existing and complementary digitised resources and enhancing their offerings, thus making them more relevant and usable for target users

The day will bring together a mixture of national and international speakers and representatives of the projects funded under the JISC eContent programme to discuss current challenges and opportunities.

If you would like to give a brief presentation, 3-5 mins, of work you have done within your own institution relating to the topics above, please indicate it in the registration form – see link below – and we will be in touch with you.

The conference will be of relevance to decision makers involved in the provision and delivery of digital content to the education sector, including:

- Senior Librarians in higher and further education
- The librarians of the future – the next generation of librarians
- Managers of electronic resources and digital content provision
- Policy makers in charge of digital content strategies
- Teachers, lecturers and researchers with an interest in digital content

The conference will be held at Goodenough College, 21-25 Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AD, starting with registration at 10.00am and closing at 3.45pm.

There is no charge to attend the conference and lunch and refreshments are all included.

Please register by filling in the form at https://www.eventsforce.net/jisc/86/home

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