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Call for Applicants: DPC Grants for 2022 Virtual SARBICA International Symposium

Added on 16 August 2022

The DPC is pleased to offer two Career Development Fund grants for members to attend the 2022 Virtual SARBICA International Symposium taking place from 15th to 17th November 2022. Each grant will cover 100% of registration fees for the symposium, and applications are welcomed from DPC members until the grant application deadline of 7:00 UTC/15:00 SGT on 2nd September 2022.

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Call for Applicants: DPC Travel Grants for the No Time To Wait Conference

Added on 16 August 2022

The DPC is pleased to announce it is offering two Career Development Fund travel grants to support members attending the 6th edition of The No Time To Wait Conference which will be hosted by the Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision and MediaArea.net on October 26th – 28th 2022 at Sound & Vision's media museum in The Hague, the Netherlands.

These grants, detailed below, will contribute funding to help with the costs of travel for DPC members attending the conference in person. Applications are welcomed until the grant application deadline of 7:00 UTC on 2nd September 2022.

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Vacancy for Application Specialist - Ingest and Preservation at the British Library

29 August 2022

Boston Spa or St Pancras

£29,000 - £38,560 per annum

Full-Time

Call for Applicants: DPC Grants for International Conference on FAIR Digital Objects (FDO2022)

Added on 9 August 2022

The DPC is pleased to offer two Career Development Fund grants for members to attend the 1st International Conference on FAIR Digital Objects (FDO2022), taking place on 26 - 28 October in Leiden, The Netherlands. 

Each grant will cover 100% of conference registration fees as well as a contribution toward travel and accommodation. Applications are welcomed from DPC members until the grant application deadline of 7:00 UTC on 30th August 2022

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Vacancy for Workflow Support Officer at the British Library

21 August 2022

St Pancras

£26,000 per annum

Fixed Term

Vacancy for Collections and Research Access Manager at University of Oxford

24 August 2022

Oxford

Grade 6: £29,614 – £35,326 p.a

Full-Time

The University of Southampton joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 8 August 2022

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) welcomes the University of Southampton, as they become the newest Full Member of the Coalition.Logo University of Southampton

The University of Southampton has long been a champion of open access to research and is at the start of a project to ensure digital preservation policy, practice and infrastructure is in place to protect the institutions digital assets for future generations.

 

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Data For All, For Good, Forever: Celebrate World Digital Preservation Day on 3rd November 2022

Added on 8 August 2022

With festivities well underway for the Digital Preservation Coalition’s (DPC) 20th Anniversary year, we turn our attention to another celebration: World Digital Preservation Day 2022 (WDPD2022) on 3rd November!

The DPC invites all data creators, curators and consumers from around the world to celebrate digital preservation by participating in a whole day dedicated to all of the benefits and opportunities enabled by the hard work of our dynamic and collaborative community.

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The Art Gallery of New South Wales joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 4 August 2022

 The Digital Preservation Coalition is delighted to announce the Art Gallery of New South Wales as its newest associate member.AGNSW Logo Blue Live RGB 1600px

 

Established in 1871, the Art Gallery of NSW is one of Australia’s flagship art museums and the state’s leading visual arts institution. Located in Sydney on the lands of the Gadigal of the Eora nation, the Art Gallery of NSW holds significant collections of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander, Australian and International art. The Art Gallery of NSW holds the personal archives of over 200 artists, including correspondence, photographs, original artworks and sketchbooks and audio-visual material. Also held are the records from over 50 galleries and art organisations, including the Biennale of Sydney. This is in addition to the Art Gallery’s own administrative records of from the 1870s to the present day.

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