Minitex CPERS Hosting Dark Archives Webinar Series

MINITEX Cooperative Purchasing & Electronic Resources Services is pleased to announce the following upcoming webinar series.

To get more information and to register go to

Dark Archives: Preserving Electronic Resources

  • Current Sessions: Monday, August 03, 2009

  • Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (Central Time)

  • Fee: No Charge (All)

  • Presenter: Anne Hatinen

  • Register: REGISTER (All)

Guest presenters: Theresa Borchert, Concordia College Electronic Resources Librarian and Katy Gabrio, Macalester College, Electronic Resources & Serials Librarian

Please note: Class sizes are limited. If you are unable to attend a webinar you are registered for please contact us ASAP so we can offer the seat to another person.

How are you preserving your library's electronic resources? When a vendor or publisher decides to stop providing access or a subscription is cancelled, how will you maintain access to the electronic content? There are multiple options available, and it can be challenging to know what is out there and what may be a good fit for your library. This three-session webinar series is designed to give librarians an overview of several of the different archiving options available; the first session is a brief introduction to the topic with brief talks by two librarians from the Minitex region about their library's electronic archiving (registration information is above).

The second session will be a presentation on Portico by Ken DiFiore, Portico's Associate Director for Outreach, on Monday, August 10 at 1:30. (Registration information to be announced.)

The third session will be a presentation on LOCKSS by Victoria Reich, Director of the LOCKSS program. (Date and registration information to be announced.)

Please watch your email and this blog for details on the coming sessions. You can attend all sessions or choose what fits into your schedule.

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