Digital Preservation Conference
November 11-12, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland
We are delighted to share the Call for Proposals for our 2020 event, Get Active with Digital Preservation. See it HERE and submit your proposal by the deadline, Monday, May 11, at 11:59pm Eastern Time.
About the NDSA and Digital Preservation 2020:
The NDSA is a consortium of more than 250 organizations committed to the long-term preservation and stewardship of digital information and cultural heritage, for the benefit of present and future generations. Digital Preservation 2020 (#digipres20) will be a crucial venue for intellectual exchange, community-building, development of good practices, and national-level agenda-setting in the field, helping to chart future directions for both the NDSA and digital stewardship.
The conference will be held at the beautiful Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, on November 11-12, 2020, in Baltimore, Maryland.
The NDSA strives to create a safe, accessible, welcoming, and inclusive event, and operates under the DLF Forum’s Code of Conduct.
Is your organization interested in becoming a sponsor of #digipres20 or the DLF Forum? Take a look at our sponsorship opportunities and please contact Louisa Kwasigroch if you would like more information.
We are so grateful to our 2019 DLF Forum + Digital Preservation sponsors for making last year’s events a success!
Conference Hotel + Travel
This year’s event will take place at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, 202 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Our room block will open in spring 2020.
2020 DigiPres Organizing Committee
Thank you to our wonderful planning committee!
- Courtney C. Mumma, Texas Digital Library (chair)
- Tricia Patterson, Harvard University (vice chair)
- Heather Barnes, Wake Forest University
- Suzanne Chase, Georgetown University
- David Cirella, Yale University Library
- Greg Colati, University of Connecticut
- Stefan Elnabli, UCSD Libraries
- Elizabeth England, Johns Hopkins University
- Deirdre Joyce, Syracuse University
- Julia Kim, Library of Congress
- Alex Kinnaman, Virginia Tech University Libraries
- Kathryn Michaelis, Emory University
- Jes Neal, Hampshire College
- Dan Noonan, The Ohio State University
- Krista Oldham, Clemson University Libraries
- Margo Padilla, NY Historical Society Museum & Library
- Thomas Pulhamus, University of Delaware
- Aliya Reich, CLIR/DLF
- Amy Rudersdorf, AVP
- Abby Stambach, College of the Holy Cross
- Lance Stuchell, University of Michigan Library
- Paige Walker, Boston College
- Kristen Weischedel, Illinois Institute of Technology
- Frederick Zarndt, Digital Divide Data
Calendar and Past Meetings
Past Meetings: An archive of Digital Preservation meetings from 2011-2019 can be found on the Past Digital Preservation Conference page.