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DPC Technology Watch Reports: ISSN 2048-7916

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The DPC Technology Watch Report series is intended as an advanced introduction to specific issues for those charged with establishing or running services for long term access.  They identify and track developments in IT, standards and tools which are critical to digital preservation activities. They are commissioned by experts on these developments and are thoroughly scrutinised by peers before being released.  Authors are asked to provide reports that are informed, current, concise and balanced; lower the barriers to participation in digital preservation; derive from the needs of the Coalitions members; and are of utility to members and non-members alike.

There are currently 16 reports published in the series:

Two more are currently in development under the auspices of Neil Beagrie as principal investigator and commissioning editor.  DPC members have access to the editorial board and have been invited to comment on draft author briefs for these documents which outline the next reports in the series: