In this issue:

  • What's On - Forthcoming events from June 2014 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives
  • What's What - Looking back to the future: what will 2014 tell us about the state of digital preservation? William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty Second Interview with Chris Awre, University of Hull
  • 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 2014 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives
  • What's What - Preserving the Pause: the TIMBUS Approach to Digital Preservation, Paul Gooding, DPC
  • DPC Member Report - Digital Preservation in Parliament, Christopher Fryer, Parliamentary 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 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 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 February 2013 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - The 8th International Digital Curation Conference, Marieke Guy, DCC
  • One World - Evidence in The Atlas of Digital Damages, Barbara Sierman, KB
  • 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 January 2013 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Some Thoughts and Reminiscences of the Past Decade, Maggie Jones
  • Who's Who - Sixty Second Interview with Michael Charno, 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 November 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - The 2012 Digital Preservation Awards
  • Who's Who - Sixty Second Interview with Ant Miller, BBC
  • One World - Digital Preservation in Saudi Arabia, Mohamed Ba-Essa and Richard Johnson, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
  • 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 September 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • Who's Hiring - Job advertisements from DPC members
  • What's What - One Small Step, William Kilbride, DPC
  • 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 August 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Happy New Year?, William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Eleanor Burgess, Royal Museums Greenwich
  • Feature - Accessing ceased or cancelled content with LOCKSS, Adam Rusbridge, UK LOCKSS Alliance, University of Edinburgh
  • 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 July 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Research Data, William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Patrick McCann, Digital Curation Centre
  • One World - nestor - The German Network of Expertise for Digital Preservation, Sabine Schrimpf, German National 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 - Forthcoming events from June 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • Who's Hiring - Job Vacancies from DPC Members
  • What's What - Big Data, Big Deal? Marieke Guy, DCC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Neil Grindley, JISC
  • Feature The 2012 Digital Preservation Awards, William Kilbride, DPC
  • 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 May 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - After Dark Archives, William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Matthew Herring, University of York Library and Archives
  • Featured Project - Preserving Complex Visual Digital Objects: Experiences and results from the POCOS project, Leo Konstantelos, University of Portsmouth
  • 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 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Re-skilling for research - observations on an RLUK report, Graham Pryor, DCC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Ed Fay, LSE
  • One World - Digital Preservation Management Workshops at Ten Years, Nancy McGovern, MIT Libraries
  • 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 - Forthcoming events from February 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Institutional Research Data Management services: a growing trend - Sarah Jones, DCC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Kate Jennings, Tate
  • One World - Digital Preservation in France - Louise Fauduet, Bibliothèque nationale de France
  • 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 January 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - The Next Big Thing - William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Lee Hibberd, National Library of Scotland
  • One World - Digital Preservation in Spain - Alice Keefer and Miquel Térmens, University of Barcelona
  • 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 December 2011 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - The Data Citation Community Gathers Pace - Monica Duke, DCC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Sally McInnes, National Library of Wales
  • Featured Project - The Irish General Election 2011: Web archiving at the National Library of Ireland
  • 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 November 2011 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Too Big to Fail - William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Janet Delve, KEEP Project, University of Portsmouth
  • One World - Italian legislation on the preservation of electronic records - Mariella Guercio, University of Urbino
  • 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 October 2011 onwards
  • What's New - new reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - Repositories and CRISs and research data management - oh, my! - Joy Davidson and Andrew McHugh
  • Who's Who 1- Sixty second interview with Alison Heatherington, Digital Preservation Project Manager, Parliamentary Archives
  • Who's Who 2 - Sixty second interview with Ginny Browne, Digital Assets Librarian, OCLC
  • Your View? - comments and views from readers

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

In this issue:

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

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: The Evolution of Research Data Policy – where are all the requirements leading? (Sarah Jones, HATII)
  • One world: A Glance at Digital Preservation in Sweden (John Lindström & Prof Lennart Karlsson, Luleå University of Technology)
  • Featured Project: TIMBUS - Digital Preservation for Timeless Business (William Kilbride)
  • 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 (shortly) 

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Aiming for Obsolescence (William Kilbride, DPC)
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Gareth Knight, Digital Curation Specialist, King’s College London
  • One world: Max Kaiser, Bettina Kann, Sven Schlarb (Austrian National Library); Christoph Becker, (Vienna University of Technology); Hannes Kulovits (Austrian State Archives)
  • Featured Project: Kate Fernie (MDR Associates) tells us about the DigiCurV project
  • 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 (shortly) 

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:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: The Big Bamboozler (William Kilbride, DPC)
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Dr Birgit Plietzsch, Arts Computing Advisor, University of St Andrews
  • One world: Dr. David Giaretta, Director of the Alliance for Permanent Access
  • Your view: Commentary, questions and debate from readers
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  • A more sustainable and flexible framework for Component and Extension developers
  • Backward compatibility with previous releases of Components, Templates, Modules, and other Extensions

In this issue:

Compiled by William Kilbride. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. Also available as a print-friendly PDF.

 

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Here Comes the Tide (William Kilbride, DPC Executive Director)
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Laura Molloy, HATII, University of Glasgow
  • One world: Dr. Dinesh Katre, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)
  • 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:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Preservation and Progress through Harmony (Graham Pryor, Associate Director, DCC).
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Shane Start, Application Support, The British Library
  • One world: iPres 2010 - the Seventh International Conference on the Preservation of Digital Objects, Vienna, September 2010
  • 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:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: On the value of storytelling (Kevin Ashley, DCC).
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Catharine Ward, Incremental Project, Cambridge University Library
  • One world: Pam Bjornson, Director General, NRC-CISTI
  • 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:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Preservation Planning on a Spin Cycle, William Kilbride, (DPC).
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Sharon McMeekin, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS)
  • One world: Tim Keefe, Trinity College Dublin
  • 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 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 Kirsten Riley. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. A print-friendly PDF version is also available.

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Digital curation skills: Who needs them and how do you get them? Joy Davidson, Associate Director, Digital Curation Centre (DCC).
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Jen Mitcham of Archaeology Data Service
  • One world: Maggie Jones, Australia (previous Executive Secretary of the DPC)
  • Your view: commentary, questions and debate from readers
Compiled by Najla Rettberg. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. Also available as a print friendly PDF

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Ending the news-cycle that never ends - data management and the universe that turned to goo,  William Kilbride, (DPC).
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Anusha Ranganathan, Oxford University Library Services
  • One world: Inge Angevaare, Netherlands Coalition for Digital Preservation
  • Your view: Commentary, questions and debate from readers
Compiled by Najla Rettberg. 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.

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Discussion: Winning Formulas and the Enduring Web (William Kilbride, DPC)
  • Who's who: sixty second interview with Iain Fleming, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
  • One world: William Lefurgy, The Library of Congress National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program
  • Your view: commentary, questions and  debate from readers
Compiled by Najla Rettberg. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. Also available as a print-friendly PDF.

A joint service of the Digital Preservation Coalition and PADI

This publication is a quarterly summary of selected recent activity in the field of digital preservation compiled from the Preserving Access to Digital Information (PADI) Gateway, the digital-preservation and padiforum-l mailing lists and other sources.

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Current Issue:

No. 21 (May - September 2009)
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Previous Issues:

No. 20 (January 2009 – April 2009)
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No. 19 (September 2008 – December 2008)
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No. 18 (March 2008 - August 2008)
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No. 17 (September 2007 - February 2008)
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No. 16 (April - August 2007)
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No. 15 (December 2006 - March 2007)
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No. 14 (July - November 2006)
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No. 13 (March - June 2006)
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No. 12 (October 2005 - February 2006)
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No. 11 (June - September 2005)
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No. 10 (January - May 2005)
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No. 9 (July - December 2004)
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No. 8 (February - June 2004)
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No. 7 (October 2003 - January 2004)
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No. 6 (June 2003 - September 2003)
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No. 5 (February 2003 - May 2003)
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No. 4 (November 2002 - January 2003)
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No. 3 (July 2002 - October 2002)
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No. 2 (May 2002 - June 2002)
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No. 1 (December 2001 - April 2002)
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May 2009 - September 2009

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7 October 2009

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January 2009 - April 2009

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1 June 2009

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September 2008 - December 2008

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30 January 2009

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March 2008 - August 2008

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Compiled by Najla Semple for the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC)

20 October 2008

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September 2007 - February 2008

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04 April 2008

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April - August 2007

A joint service of the Digital Preservation Coalition and the PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information) gateway.

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19 September 2007

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December 2006 - March 2007

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18 April 2007

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July - November 2006

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14 December 2006

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March - June 2006

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13 July 2006

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October 2005 - February 2006

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Compiled by Deb Woodyard-Robinson for the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and Marian Hanley (National Library of Australia)

1 March 2006

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June - September 2005

A joint service of the Digital Preservation Coalition and the PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information) gateway

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Compiled by Deb Woodyard-Robinson for the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and Marian Hanley (National Library of Australia)

27 October 2005

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January - May 2005

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Compiled by Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath), Marian Hanley and Gerard Clifton (National Library of Australia)

27 May 2005

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July - December 2004

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Compiled by Gerard Clifton (National Library of Australia) and Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath)

22 December 2004

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February - June 2004

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Compiled by Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath), Gerard Clifton and Jelena Vukovic (National Library of Australia)

13th July 2004

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October 2003 - January 2004

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Compiled by Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath) and Gerard Clifton (National Library of Australia)

26th February 2004

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June - September 2003

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27th October 2003

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February-May 2003

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12 June 2003

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November 2002-January 2003

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compiled by and Gerard Clifton (National Library of Australia)and Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath)

20th February 2003

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July 2002-October 2002

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compiled by Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath) and Gerard Clifton (National Library of Australia)

11-Nov-2002

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May 2002 - June 2002

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compiled by Gerard Clifton (National Library of Australia),

22nd July 2002

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December 2001-April 2002

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compiled by Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath)

3rd May 2002

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