LIBNOVA will be speaking about LABDRIVE: A Research Data Management and Preservation Platform at the 2022 SAA Research Forum “Foundations and Innovations” on Wednesday, August 10th.
Teo Redondo, Head of R&D at LIBNOVA, will talk about the design and capabilities of LABDRIVE, the Research Data Management and Digital Preservation platform developed by LIBNOVA in the CERN-led EU R&D project ARCHIVER Project.
The presentation will take place on Wednesday 10 August at 1:30 PM Central time, during the second session of virtual presentations of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) Research Forum.
The aim of the Forum to discuss, debate, plan, organize, evaluate, or motivate research projects and initiatives. Researchers, practitioners, educators, students, and the curious across all sectors of archives and records management are invited to participate.
About SAA Research Forum
SAA launched the Research Forum in 2007 to provide an opportunity to discuss and share information about research initiatives with relevance for archives and records management. Researchers, practitioners, educators, students, and the curious across all sectors of archives and records management are welcome to participate.
Relevant research has implications for good archival practice and occurs across a spectrum of activities—from “pure” research to applied research to innovative practice. If you’re engaged in research, seeking to identify research-based solutions for your institution, willing to participate in the research cycle by serving as a beta site for research trials, or simply interested in what’s happening in research and innovation—then the SAA Research Forum is for you!
LIBNOVA’s mission is to safeguard the world’s research and cultural heritage. Forever.
Year after year, LIBNOVA has been pushing the boundaries of what is possible in digital preservation, bringing innovations that empower 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, 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.
Customers like the British Library, HILA Stanford University, the EPFL, the University of Oxford, and many more already trust LIBNOVA.
More info: https://www.libnova.com/