The DLM Forum is vibrant community of public archives and interested parties from across government, commercial, academic and voluntary sectors who are active in information governance, including archives, records, document and information lifecycle management. It was founded by the European Commission and first met in 1996. Today it is a not-for-profit foundation providing industry specifications, participating in activities and serving members from all over Europe and the rest of the world.
June 16-17, Riga
Twice every year the members of the DLM Forum Foundation meet for a two-day members’ meeting. These meetings are traditionally hosted by the country that holds the EU presidency. Next time - between 16-17th of June, 2015 - we will meet in Riga, Latvia the European Capital of Culture 2014. The meeting features a lively programme of presentations and debate with news from projects such as E-ARK, MoReq and records, archives and information governance generally. Call for papers and more information to this event can be found below.
February 17-18, Portsmouth
The E-ARK project was formally launched in an event in Lisbon held from the 3rd to the 5th February. The DLM Forum is an important member of the E-ARK (European Archival Records and Knowledge Preservation) consortium contributing to several work packages but with special responsibility for dissemination and managing the intellectual property generated by the project. More information and presentation can be found here.
February 19-20, Portsmouth
Database Preservation - The E-ARK Project, the Digital Preservation Coalition and the UK Data Archive are delighted to annouce that registration is now open for a free workshop on the preservation of relational databases to be held at the University of Portsmouth on 19th and 20th February 2015.
More information and the programme available here.