Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Presentations from University of Ottawa Government Information Day Available Online

The University of Ottawa Library, with sponsorship from the Carleton University Library, organized a Government Information Day on October 16th, 2014 at the University of Ottawa's downtown campus.

The presentations from the sessions are now available online.

Among the topics covered:
  • Digitizing Ontario government documents: The story so far
  • Who's digitizing what?
  • Planning for a registry of digitized Canadian government documents
  • Cuttings or compost? Working with the weeding outfall of LAC and GoC
  • Digitization of the Statistics Canada Library's Historical Collection
  • Historical Debates of the Parliament of Canada Portal: Increasing access to Parliament's documentary history and heritage
  • Digitization, preservation, access: Canadiana.org and trustworthy digital repository (TDR) services
  • Web archiving: Getting started with Internet Archive's Archive-IT service
  • Cultivating community engagement through web archiving
  • On the hunt for fugitive government information
  • Keeping current, staying relevant
  • E-informing the public: Information access and e-government
  • Open government 2.0: Learning from the past and moving forward
  • The conditions and challenges for sustainable open data ecosystems

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