The very popular Pecha Kucha format was used for three sessions in the Open Repositories 2012 (OR2012) conference held in Edinburgh from 9th – 13th July.
In the first PK session entitled: Repository Tools and Approaches there were 11 presentations .
The winning one was the one entitled E-journal Preservation and the Archival Value of the Authors’ Final Copy. It was written by by Peter Burnhill, Director of EDINA and co-director of PEPRS/Keepers Registry, Adam Rusbridge, EDINA and Theo Andrew of the University of Edinburgh library and presented by Peter and Theo. Many congratulations to all of them on their success.
The presentation built upon the approach used for the one minute presentation at the recent LIBER conference.
Slides from the Petcha Kucha presentation are now available and a video of the presentation is embedded below.