[Eril-l] Webinar - Introduction to the Keepers Registry

ELDER Mary Mary.Elder at ed.ac.uk
Mon Nov 6 03:38:14 PST 2017

**Apologies for cross posting**

The Keepers Registry service (https://thekeepers.org) acts as a global monitor on the archiving arrangements for electronic journals, providing easily accessible information about which journals are being archived, and by which organisations.   It aggregates data from 13 archiving organisations, and reports on the archiving arrangements for over 35000 titles.   The Keepers Registry is an online service funded by Jisc, and jointly developed and operated by EDINA at the University of Edinburgh and the ISSN International Centre.

We are running a free webinar for anyone who would like to find out more about this service and what it offers.   Find out:

 - what the Keepers Registry is, and how it supports long-term preservation.

- how you can use the Keepers Registry to help ensure long term access to your collections.

The webinar is free and open to all, but is most likely to be of interest to librarians involved with e-journal subscriptions and collections, and preservation.

The webinar will run twice, at the following times:

15 November 2017, 15:00 - 15:45 GMT - register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/713747259590947587

21 November 2017, 16:00 - 16:45 GMT - register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2597374505203778563

For further information contact the EDINA Helpdesk at edina at ed.ac.uk<mailto:edina at ed.ac.uk>


Mary Elder
Service Manager

EDINA, Information Services, University of Edinburgh

Argyle House

3 Lady Lawson Street

Edinburgh, EH3 9DR

United Kingdom

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