The digital preservation of heritage content will be explored at an international forum held at UBC on February 2-3.

The Digital Cultural Content Forum, hosted by the Canadian Heritage Information Network, will gather decision-makers from national government agencies, trend-setting museums and institutional networks to discuss content development and dissemination.

UBC Library will feature forum presentations at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and Xwi7xwa Library, as well as the First Nations House of Learning. This occasion marks the eighth meeting of the Digital Cultural Content Forum, which has drawn participants from nearly 20 countries, as well as the European Commission and UNESCO.

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