Future Perfect 2012 Programme

Presentations, videos and white papers are linked from this page. 

Day One – Monday 26th March

8:00 – 8:30 Registration and Coffee
8:30 – 8:50 Mihi, Introduction and day overview
8:50 – 9:35 Plenary: Jeff Rothenberg (formerly of RAND corporation)
'Digital Preservation in Perspective: How far have we come, and what's next?'
[video] [presentation]
9:35 – 10:00 Coffee break Sponsored by Victoria University of Wellington School of Information Management
Stream One Stream Two
Formats – how do we know what to preserve? Digital Preservation – defining requirements and responsibilities
Ross Spencer
The National Archives (UK)
'Survival of the bits: Evolution of Digital Preservation at The National Archives, UK'
[video] [presentation]
Thomas Bähr & Michelle Lindlar
German National Library of Science and Technology
'The Goportis Digital Preservation Pilot Project – experiences made, lessons learned'
[presentation]
Jay Gattuso
National Library of New Zealand
'Persistently’ identifying formats – PRONOM, DROID and the NDHA'
[video] [presentation]
Ann Jebson & Grace Currie
Statistics New Zealand
'First Things First – Figuring Out What to Preserve and Why'
[presentation]
David Pearson
National Library of Australia
'The Adventures of Digi: Ideas, Requirements and Reality'
[presentation]
Dennis Philips
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
'Working Across Organisations to Successfully Implement Cooperative Digital Preservation'
[presentation] [white paper]
Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 13:40 Plenary: Kris Carpenter Negulescu, The Internet Archive 'The Internet Archive – an unorthodox digital repository strategy'
[video]
Stream One Stream Two
Formats – Impacts on system design Digital Preservation & Government Policy
Euan Cochrane & Dirk Suchodoletz
Archives New Zealand & University of Freiburg
'File Creation, Rendering and Formats'
[presentation]
Cassie Findlay
State Records, New South Wales
'Digital Transformation at State Records NSW'
[presentation]
Bedrich Vychodil
The National Library of The Czech Republic
'DIFFER (Determinator of Image File Format propERties)'
[video] [presentation]
Kevin L. De Vorsey
National Archives and Records Administration, USA
'What is Past is Prologue: Electronic Records Transfer Guidance at NARA'
[presentation]
Afternoon coffee break Afternoon coffee break
Trish O’Kane and Clare Somerville
The Knowledge Warehouse Limited
'Data in Databases – it's not what you think'
[video] [presentation]
Stuart Wakefield
Director of the Office of the Government CIO
'Cloud Computing: Implications for Digital Preservation'

[presentation]
Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers
16:20 – 17:00 Plenary: Panel Session
Chair John Roberts, Archives New Zealand 
17:00 – 19:00 Social Drinks Sponsored by Ex Libris (Australia) Pty Ltd

 

Day Two – Tuesday 27th March

8:30 – 8:55 Registration and Coffee
8:55 – 9:00 Convenor Introduction and day overview
9:00 – 9:40 Plenary: Shaun Hendy, The MacDiarmid Institute
‘New Zealand's Innovation Ecosystem’
[video] [presentation]
9:40 – 10:10 Coffee break
Stream One Stream Two
Repository Showcases Repository Showcases
James Smithies
University of Canterbury
‘Academic Earthquake Research: An Overview of the UC CEISMIC Digital Archive’
[video] [presentation]
Gabe Nault
The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints
'Ensuring Data Integrity in a Digital Preservation Archive'
[presentation] [white paper]
Joe Coleman
Biodiversity Heritage Library Australia
‘Biodiversity Heritage Library: Creating a Digital Library for access and research’

[video] [presentation]
Andrew Waugh
Public Records Office Victoria
‘Agency Business Systems and Records’
[presentation]
Kris Carpenter Negulescu
The Internet Archive
and
Gordon Paynter
National Library of New Zealand
‘Lessons Learned Archiving the National Web of New Zealand’
[video] [presentation]
Alison Fleming & Michael Upton
Archives New Zealand
'Collaborating for success – the New Zealand Government Digital Archive experience'
[presentation]
Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers
 12:10 – 13:10 Lunch
Stream One Stream Two
Data and Storage Opening Up Access to Data
Michael Parsons
Radio New Zealand
'Where does a passion for content get you?
[video] [presentation]
Sally Vermaaten & Parul Sharma
Statistics New Zealand
'The Right Combination – Using DDI and PREMIS for Data Preservation'
[presentation]
Jamie Lean
The New Zealand Film Archive
'We'll Need a Bigger Hard Drive!'
[video] [presentation]
Steven McEachern
Australian Data Archive
'The Australian Data Archive - bringing the 19th and 20th centuries into the 21st century'
[presentation]
Afternoon coffee break Afternoon coffee break
Jan Dalsten Sørensen
Danish National Archives
'A national standard for digital records – a Danish perspective'
[video] [presentation]
Martin Donnelly & Sarah Jones
The Digital Curation Centre, UK
'Research data management: from policy to practice with DMP Online'

[presentation]
Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers Panel Discussion and Q&A featuring session speakers
15:50 – 16:50 Plenary: Wrap up Panel Session
Chair Steve Knight, National Library New Zealand
16:50 – 17:00 Conference wrap and close