Fedora Training Days

22nd January 2009 - 23rd January 2009

King's College London

Aimed at librarians and repository staff using the open-source Fedora software, the first day's sessions will cover the background, architecture and structure of Fedora, content modelling and policies, a case study of a Fedoa repository and a presentation on the future of the platform.

The second day will look address the technical issues in more detail – Fedora service framework, tools & interfaces, indexing, searching and access control, and will include some practical exercises.


Thursday, 22nd January 2009

Time Description More info.
10:00 Registration & Refreshments  
10:30 Background to Fedora – Sandy Payette Download
11:00 Fedora Architecture – Sandy Payette Download
11:30 Fedora Digital Object in a Nutshell – Sandy Payette Download
12:00 Lunch & Fedora Surgery  
14:00 Content Modelling and Policies – Thornton Staples Download
14:30 Developing a Digital Repository Infrastructure for King's College London – Gareth Knight Download
15:00 A Repostory Case Study: The University of Hull – Richard Green Download
15:30 Tea & Coffee  
16:00 End  

Friday, 23rd January 2009

Time Description More info.
10:00 Registration & Refreshments  
10:30 Fedora Service Framework – Sandy Payette & Richard Green Download
11:30 Tools and Interfaces – David Flanders Download
12:30 Lunch  
13:30 Content Model Architecture – Matt Zumwalt  
14:15 Fedora & Workflow – Richard Green Download
14:15 RDF and the Resource Index – Sandy Payette  
15:00 Tea & Coffee  
15:15 Indexing, Search and Access Control – Richard Green Download
16:30 End  


For further information contact RSP.

Alternatively, email RSP Support or phone 0845 257 6860.