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Workshop on creating high impact & sustainable digital initiatives in India

 

Workshop on CREATING HIGH IMPACT AND SUSTAINABLE DIGITAL INITIATIVES IN INDIA- Bangalore 2010 Organized by JSTOR USA.

This Workshop was organized by JSTOR based in USA with the Support of Ford Foundation in India and also with the assistance of American Institute of Indian Studies based in New Delhi.

The Purpose: This Workshop is to bring together approximately 50 Indian Researchers, Technologist,  Archivists and Scholars, as well as a few staff from ITHAKA to try and better understand how Indian Academic, Cultural and arts organizations can best utilize ICT's in both education and in the dissemination of knowledge and culture.
"Creating High Impact and Sustainable Digital Initiatives in India".

Themes:

1 Sustaining Digital Resources over the Long Term
2 Pioneering Indian Digitization and Content Discovery Initiatives
3 Mobile Content Applications and Strategy for Advocacy or Research
4 Workflow and Metadata: Implementing and Effective Digitization Programme
5 Social Media and Web Strategy
6 Essential Copyright and Permission Acquisition for Ethical Digital Initiatives

The Head of the LTWA Audio Visual Department Ven. Karma Khedup attended the Workshop on behalf of the LTWA Dharamsala, (H.P), India. Library of Tibetan Works and Archives would like to extend our sincere Thanks to the JSTOR Organization USA, Ford Foundation in India and American Institute of Indian Studies, New Delhi for providing us this opportunity to enrich our knowledge on the above mentioned areas/fields.

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