LIBNOVA will be taking part in the XIV ABIE 2022 Technical Conference, to be held from March 23 to 25 at the Aula Magna of the Pontifical University of Salamanca.
The National Association of Church Librarians in Spain (ABIE) organizes since 2007 an annual Technical Conference on current issues and library interest. From March 23 to 25, the 14th edition of the conference, which had to be cancelled a few days before it was due to be celebrated in March 2020, will be held again.
For three days, librarians from all over Spain will meet at the Pontifical University of Salamanca (UPSA) to address the theme “Digitization and heritage libraries.” Professionals from the National Library of Spain, the Ministry of Culture, the Public Library of Salamanca, FESABID, the Pontifical University of Salamanca (UPSAL), and the University of Salamanca (USAL), to name a few, will participate in the scheduled presentations.
LIBNOVA, an international leader in digital preservation solutions, in addition to sponsoring the conference, will briefly present its digitization and digital preservation services especially oriented to Heritage Libraries. The presentation will take place on Thursday, March 24, at 16:45h, in the Aula Magna of the Pontifical University of Salamanca.
More information about the Conference, as well as the full program, can be found at http://www.abie.es/
The Association of Librarians of the Church in Spain (ABIE) is a non-profit public canonical association of national scope, founded in 1993 by the Spanish Episcopal Conference, for the defense, conservation, and dissemination of the bibliographic heritage of the Church.
More information: http://www.abie.es/
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Year after year, LIBNOVA has been pushing the boundaries of what is possible in digital preservation, bringing innovations that empower the organizations to preserve their content in an easier and more efficient way. The LIBSAFE platform covers several Digital Preservation needs and is an advanced OAIS-aligned digital preservation software.
LIBNOVA was founded in 2009. It has offices in the US and Europe and is now present in 17 countries with presence in the academic, cultural heritage and research communities. LIBNOVA Research Labs (2017) manages all research initiatives for the company, including ARCHIVER Project (CERN-led €4.5 EU R&D project).
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