In this issue:

  • What's On - Forthcoming events from March 2014 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives
  • What's What - Many Hands Make Light Work of Digital Preservation, Sarah Norris, DPC
  • Who's Who - 60 Second Interview with Anne Archer, Lloyds Banking Group Archives
  • Who's Hiring - The Digital Preservation small ads
  • Your View? - Comments and views from readers

What's New is a joint publication of the DPC and DCC

In this issue:

  • What's On - Forthcoming events from April 2013 onwards
  • Who's Hiring - Job vacancies from DPC members and associated institutions
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Capital, revenue and the great Post-it note crisis of 2006, William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - 60 Second Interview with Natalie Harrower, Digital Repository of Ireland
  • Featured Project - The DEDICATE project - Digital Preservation for Architecture, Ruggero Lancia, HATII
  • Your View? - Comments and views from readers

What's New is a joint publication of the DPC and DCC

In this issue:

  • What's On - Forthcoming events from March 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - In the Beginning Was the Word, William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Patricia Sleeman and Ed Pinsent, ULCC
  • Featured Project - SPRUCE, Bo Middleton, Leeds University Library
  • Your View? - Comments and views from readers

What's New is a joint publication of the DPC and DCC

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Austerity, Impact and Planning (Martin Donnelly, DCC)
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Susan Corrigall, National Archives of Scotland
  • One world: Peter McKinney, Digital Preservation Policy Analyst, National Library of New Zealand Access
  • Your view: Commentary, questions and debate from readers
Compiled by Kirsten Riley. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. Also available as a print-friendly PDF

 

In this issue:

Compiled by Najla Rettberg. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. Also available as a print-friendly PDF.
  • Curation Costs Exchange

    The Curation Costs Exchange (CCEx) is a community owned platform which helps organisations of any kind assess the costs of curation practices through comparison and analysis. The CCEx aims to provide real  information about costs to help make more informed investments in digital curation.

    Compare costs
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