6 May 2021 | to 17 May 2021 13:00-14:00 AEST


DP Futures Webinar Series: Australasian ‘Drop in and watch’ sessions

These one-hour sessions are organised in Australasian-friendly time zones, allowing DPC members in Australasia to dedicate time to watching the DPC Supporter webinar recordings:

Episode 1: Digital Preservation Futures with LIBNOVA 6th May // 1300-1400 AEST                      
Episode 2: Digital Preservation Futures with Arkivum 7th May // 1300-1400 AEST                      
Episode 3: Digital Preservation Futures with Artefactual 10th May // 1300-1400 AEST                      
Episode 4: Digital Preservation Futures with AVP 13th May // 1300-1400 AEST                      
Episode 5: Digital Preservation Futures with Max Communications 14th May // 1300-1400 AEST                      
Episode 6: Digital Preservation Futures with Preservica 17th May // 1300-1400 AEST                      
Registration

REGISTER HERE

Registration is free and for DPC Members only. If you have any questions about registration please contact John McMillan (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). 

What's next?
Wednesday 26th May - 'The Future of Storage' Event

Registration opening soon

The use of storage technology for digital preservation has changed dramatically over the last twenty years. During this time, there has been a change in practice. Previously, the norm was for storing digital materials using discrete media items e.g. individual CDs, tapes, etc., which are then migrated periodically to address degradation and obsolescence.

Today, it has become more common practice to use resilient IT storage systems for the increasingly large volumes of digital material that needs to be preserved, and perhaps more importantly, that needs to be easily and quickly retrievable in a culture of online access. In this way, digital material has become decoupled from the underlying mechanism of its storage. With this come consequent benefits of allowing different preservation activities to be handled independently.

But what does the future hold for digital preservation storage?

Open to DPC Members and Supporters, and discussing a topic which effects all parties in different ways, this event will seek to identify requirements for emerging storage solutions.

Wednesday 16th June - Connecting the Bits: DPC Unconference and Members' Networking Event 2021 

Registration opening soon

Connecting the Bits is an annual planning event through which key themes for discussion (and for DPC action in the following year) are generated by members based on their current work and emerging concerns. Because members decide these themes, it provides them with a unique opportunity to steer the Coalition's program for the coming year. This process is only open to members, allowing them to be candid about successes, failures, plans and threats.


DPC Inclusion & Diversity Policy

The DPC Community is guided by the values set out in our Strategic Plan and aims to be respectful, welcoming, inclusive and transparent. It encourages diversity in all its forms and is committed to being accessible to everyone who wishes to engage with the topic of digital preservation. The DPC asks all those who are part of this community and/or attending a DPC event be positive, accepting, and sensitive to the needs and feelings of others in alignment with our DPC Inclusion & Diversity Policy.


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