UK LOCKSS Alliance at UKSG Conference

Join us for a drink at the UKSG 35th Annual Conference and Exhibition!

The UK LOCKSS Alliance will be hosting an informal event between 17:00 and 18:00 on Tuesday 27th March, in the Morar seminar suite located on the upper floor of the SECC.  Unwind with us before moving on to the formal dinner later that evening.

Wine, juice and canapés will be served from 5pm.  We will take this opportunity to highlight recent developments to the LOCKSS e-journal archiving initiative, notably how integration with link resolver systems is helping institutions provide continuing access to archived scholarly content.  We also wish to introduce the Keepers Registry, the international facility which records who is looking after the world’s e-journal content.  This should take around ten minutes, leaving plenty of time for questions, discussion and networking with colleagues.

It would be helpful if you could register interest by emailing  We look forward to seeing you there!


  • Where: Morar Seminar Suite
  • When: Tuesday 27th March
  • Time: 17:00 – 18:00


— About the UK LOCKSS Alliance —

The UK LOCKSS Alliance is a co-operative organisation whose goal is to ensure sustainable, continuing access to scholarly work over the long-term.  The Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe (LOCKSS) initiative ensures libraries remain central to the process of scholarly information management, providing libraries with tools to build local collections of material their readers care most about.  Learn more at and

— About the Keepers Registry —

The Keepers Registry Beta service provides easily accessible information about the archiving arrangements for electronic journals.  The Keepers Registry is an output of the JISC funded project, Piloting an E-journals Preservation Registry Service (PEPRS), and has been jointly developed by EDINA, a national data centre based at the University of Edinburgh, and the ISSN International Centre in Paris.  Learn more at

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