Environmental Impact and Digital Preservation: New Technology Watch Guidance Note now available on member preview

Added on 18 April 2024

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is delighted to give members a preview of the next in its series of Technology Watch Guidance Notes, Environmental Impact and Digital Preservation by Eira Tansey of Memory Rising, today.

The new Guidance Note gives readers a brief but wide-ranging introduction to how digital preservation activities can both affect, and be affected by, environmental change. The report examines the implicit assumptions of digital preservation, and identifies how changes in the environment might require us to re-think the risks we face and our plans to mitigate such threats.

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Vacancy for Project Manager (NORF) at Digital Repository of Ireland

25 April 2024


€50,434 - €66,998.

Fixed Term

Vacancy for Digital Curation and Preservation Specialist at University of Melbourne

28 April 2024

Parkville, Melbourne

UOM 7 - $102,338 - $110,780p.a. plus 17% super (pro-rata for part-time).


Vacancy for Senior Manager - DPC Americas

9 April 2024


$89,631 – $112,039 p/a

Call for Submissions: Born-Digital Collections, Archives and Memory Conference, University of London, 2-4 April 2025

Added on 3 April 2024

The Digital Humanities Research Hub at the School of Advanced Study, University of London, invites submissions for the inaugural Born-Digital Collections, Archives and Memory conference, to be hosted at the University of London from 2-4 April 2025 in collaboration with colleagues from Aarhus University, the British Library, and the Endangered Material Knowledge Programme at the British Museum.

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Vacancy for Library Applications Analyst at University of Adelaide

3 April 2024


$86,360 - $93,285 per annum plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation applies.


DPC RAM 3.0 now available!

Added on 22 March 2024

DPCRAMThe Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) has launched an updated version of its Rapid Assessment Model (DPC RAM) today.

Designed to enable rapid benchmarking of an organization’s digital preservation capability, DPC RAM is a digital preservation maturity modelling tool which aims to be applicable for organizations of any size in any sector, and for all content of long-term value. It uses existing good practice to offer a model which is easy to understand, quick to apply and is freely available for anyone to use.

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