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 Curators and security officers from libraries and archives are invited to spend a few days at a course where we aim to share knowledge on topics related to collection security. Curators and security officers from libraries and archives are invited to spend a few days at a course where we aim to share knowledge on topics related to collection security.
  
-Our annual summer school aims to create a network of security officers and curators who continue to work together on best practice, who alert each other to potential areas of threat on the market, and who generally support each other in security matters (also through sharing policies, best practices and tools). +After the Collection Security Summer Schools held in  [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2017thehaguesummerschool|The Hague  in 2017]] and [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2018romesummerschool|Rome in 2018]], we are pleased to invite you to this third Summer School, which is hosted by the University Library of Tartu, Estonia. The programme is developed in order to provide colleagues in charge of drawing up security policies ​ with a concrete response to the problems they encounter on a daily basis, bearing in mind the global context within all of this is taking place. Our annual summer school aims to create a network of security officers and curators who continue to work together on best practice, who alert each other to potential areas of threat on the market, and who generally support each other in security matters (also through sharing policies, best practices and tools).
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-After the Collection Security Summer Schools held in  [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2017thehaguesummerschool|The Hague  in 2017]] and [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2018romesummerschool|Rome in 2018]], we are pleased to invite you to this third Summer School, which is hosted by the University Library of Tartu, Estonia. The programme is developed in order to provide colleagues in charge of drawing up security policies ​ with a concrete response to the problems they encounter on a daily basis, bearing in mind the global context within all of this is taking place. Our annual summer school aims to create a network of security officers and curators who work together on best practice, who alert each other to potential areas of threat on the market, and who generally support each other in security matters (also through sharing policies, best practices and tools).+
  
 The Summer School consists of 3 types of activities The Summer School consists of 3 types of activities
 collaboration/security/2019tartusummerschool.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/18 10:12 by lefferts

 

 

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