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August 20, 2021


Pennock, M, Day, M. & Samaras, E. 2019, 'Malware threats in digital preservation: Extending the evidence base', 16th International Conference on Digital Preservation iPRES 2019, Amsterdam.

Rolan, G., Humphries, G., Jeffrey, L., Samaras, E., Antsoupova T. & Stuart, K. 2019, 'More human than human? Artificial intelligence in the archive', Archives and Manuscripts, vol. 47, no. 2, pp. 179-203.

Cantwell, N. 2018, 'Planning for the archives of the future', IQ: The RIM Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 18-21.

Francis P. & Kong, A. 2014, 'Making the strange familiar: Bridging boundaries on database preservation projects', 11th International Conference on Digital Preservation iPRES 2014, Melbourne.



Samaras, E. 2020, 'Developing a practical end-to-end solution for managing email in Victorian Government', Archiving Email Symposium, 30 January, Wellington.

McCormack, J., O'Neill, O. & Follington, K. 2019, 'POST (modern) design: an integrated web platform for our records and researchers', Designing the Archive Conference, 23 October, Adelaide.

McCormack, J. 2019, 'Public Record Office Victoria update', Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) Government Special Interest Group (GOVSIG), 21 October, Adelaide.

McCormack, J. & Bradshaw, E. 2019, 'Digital forever: Preserving Victoria's records', 10th Digital Records and Information Management Summit, 20 February, Melbourne.

McCormack, J. 2018, 'VEO Processing Application (VPA)', ASA GOVSIG, 24 September, Perth.

McCormack, J. 2018, 'Appraisal: the PROV approach', Council of Australasian Archives and Records Authorities, Joint Retention and Disposal Working Group, 7 August, North Melbourne.

Heazlewood, J. 2017, 'Recordkeeping in the Victorian Government: How standards fail', Victorian Corruption Prevention and Integrity Conference, 3–4 October, Melbourne.

McCormack, J. 2017, 'How records become archives', Cabinet Office Staff Seminar, 20 July, North Melbourne.




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