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Upcoming demonstrations and workshops for ePADD

September 22, 2016
Glynn Edwards

The Stanford ePADD team has been invited to demo the software at the Computation + Journalism Symposium 2016. Demonstrations will take place on September 30, 5-7 pm, in the courtyard adjacent to Paul Brest Hall on the Stanford campus.

Soon after, in early October, we will head to New York for our partner meeting, to discuss specifications for version 3.0, which is expected to release in February 2017. New York University has graciously offered to host our two-day meeting.
 
We are very excited that while in New York, we will also have the opportunity to meet with and hear from many of our New York users in person. User-focused events include a workshop co-sponsored by the Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York on the morning of October 11th, as well as user forum that afternoon co-sponsored by the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO). Both events will take place in Brooklyn. Please contact either of these hosts for more information.
 
Peter Chan and Josh Schneider will also be holding a number of workshops in California the following month: including one at UCSF in early November and another later in the month in Southern California -- please keep an eye out for more formal announcements. 
 
As always, you can follow us on Twitter @e_padd for the latest information and updates.
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