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Planets lists 2 events that took place in September 2008

iPRES 2008 (Call for Papers)
September 29th 2008 - September 30th 2008

British Library
The British Library Conference Centre, St Pancras, London
http://www.bl.uk/ipres2008
Submission of abstracts is invited to The Fifth International Conference for Preservation of Digital Objects (iPRES 2008). iPRES 2008 will be hosted by The British Library at its Conference Centre, in St Pancras, London, on 29&30 September, and chaired and organised locally by Planets.
The theme of this years' conference is: Joined up and Working: tools and methods for digital preservation. Papers are invited which present substantial new results, contribute to conceptual foundations of digital preservation or show novel applications of work. Empirical evidence demonstrating what works and what doesn't is also welcome.
Submissions should be made through the mailbox: ipres2008-papers@bl.uk by 28 May 2008. Abstracts should be submitted in AAAI Style and restricted to two pages maximum including title, author but excluding references. Speakers will be notified of acceptance on 14 June 2008.
iPRES is a series of international conferences which seek to address issues relating to digital preservation. The conference brings together experts and practitioners across the spectrum of digital preservation disciplines.
Full details about The Call for Papers and iPRES 2008 can be found on The British Library web-site at: www.bl.uk/ipres2008.
Registration will open on 12 May 2008. Early-bird registration closes 21 July 2008.

Preservation Planning with Plato
September 14th 2008

Aarhus, Denmark
http://www.planets-project.eu/events/plato/
In connection with ECDL 2008, Andreas Rauber and Hannes Kulovits, Vienna Institute of Technology will teach a full-day tutorial on PLATO - which is a web based interactive software tool developed within the framework of Planets. PLATO supports and automates the process of creating a preservation plan for an institution's collection of digital objects.
For more information on how to register for the tutorial, please visit the ECDL 2008 conference website.