The 2021 Summit was held virtually on June 15. For more information about this event, please view it on Sched.
Summit Keynote: The Craft of Digital Preservation: A Focus on Core Principles, Dr. Trevor Owens (Library of Congress)
The Right Stuff (Over Time): Collaborative Approaches to Selection for Digital Preservation, Nathan Tallman (Penn State University) & Lauren Work (University of Virginia)
Digital Preservation 101: Nuts & Bolts & Bits, Chelsea Denault (MDPN Coordinator)
Perfecting Preservation Policy: Designing Interdepartmental Agreement Through Policy Development, Alex Kinnaman (Virginia Tech)
We Are All in This Together – You’re Just in a Little Deeper!: Building Consensus for Digital Preservation at Your Institution, Cinda May (Notre Dame Hesburgh Library)
Panel: The Cost of Inaction, Moderator: Paul Gallagher (Western Michigan University), Panelists: Rick Adler (Michigan Service Hub, DPLA), Sharon Carlson (Historical Society of Michigan), Jeff Danials (Grand Valley State University), Chelsea Denault (MDPN), Scott Garrison (Midwest Collaborative for Library Services), Bryan Whitledge (Central Michigan University)
An Introduction to the NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation 2.0, Carol Kussmann (University of Minnesota)
Introduction to LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keeps Stuff Safe), Thib Guicherd-Callin (LOCKSS Program)
Stepping Stones Two Years Later: Bringing a Member-Centered Preservation Community to Reality Chelsea Denault (MDPN Coordinator) and Matt Schultz (Digital Fringe Consulting)
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Support for the MDPN is provided in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library of Michigan.