DSpace 7.6 Live Question and Answer Session

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In this live event, DSpace Technical Lead Tim Donohue and DSpace Program Coordinator Natalie Baur will host a DSpace 7.6 question and answer session. This free webinar will review the latest DSpace release and answer community questions about DSpace 7.6.

Please add questions that you would like to be answered during the event on the following Q&A document.

A recording of this webinar will be made available to registrants after the event.

Durante este evento, Tim Donahue (liderazgo técnico) y Natalie Baur (coordinadora del programa) organizan un evento para dar respuestas a las preguntas desde la comunidad de DSpace sobre aspectos técnicos del nuevo lanzamiento de DSpace 7.6. Este evento será grabado y contará con la interpretación simultánea al español.

Se puede agregar sus preguntas al documento compartido.


Natalie Baur has focused her career on sharing expertise in areas of archival management and digital curation in a variety of cultural and educational institutions. Most recently, she is Program Director for Digital Preservation Outreach and Education Network. Previously, she served as Digital Preservation Librarian at El Colegio de México in Mexico City, and as the Archivist for the Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami Libraries. She was awarded a 2015-2016 Fulbright-García Robles Fellowship, researching digital preservation issues in Mexican libraries, archives and museums. She holds an M.A. in History and a certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Delaware and an M.L.S. with a concentration in Archives, Information and Records Management from the University of Maryland.

Tim Donohue is the Technical Lead for the DSpace project. He coordinates community participation in the open source development process, including helping define the roadmap and organizing development meetings. He has been a DSpace Committer since 2006, and joined the DSpace project team (previously at DuraSpace) in 2009. He has a degree in Computer Science (University of Notre Dame) with a Masters in Library and Information Science (University of Illinois). Prior to joining the world of libraries and repositories, he was a Technical Architect for a small consulting firm that specialized in document management solutions for Fortune 500 companies. In all, Tim has over 20 years of professional software development experience, with over 15 of those in the open source realm.

State library and/or archives agency; Public library; Academic library: 4 year and graduate; Museum; Academic library: 2 year; Archives; Historical Society / Site
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