ينشر تحالف الحفظ الرقمي نشرة اكتتابه 2019-

يسرُّ تحالف الحفظ الرقمي (الدي بي سي) أن ينشر برنامج أنشطته الجديد للعام المقبل. وتحتوي النشرة خططا شاملة لإعادة المنشورات والحلقات الدراسية الشبكية والأيام الإعلامية التي يشرف عليها المختصون القادمة، فضلا عن أنشطة وموارد أخرى جديدة تتسم بالإثارة وتركز على مجموعة من المواضيع ذات الأولوية في مجال الحفظ الرقمي.

وتستجيب الأنشطة التي حددها الأعضاء خلال مشاورة "وصل الوحدات" التي أجراها الدي بي سي مؤخرا إلى مسائل واقعية وراهنة عاشتها جماعة الحفظ الرقمي العالمية، وتبني القدرات والمهارات من أجل التعامل مع التحديات الناشئة بشكل إيجابي وفعال. وقد صدر البرنامج الجديد في سياق استراتيجية الدي بي سي الدولية ويرمي إلى أن يكون متاحا لأعضاء الدي بي سي وجماعته الموسعة، بغض النظر عن موقعهم الجغرافي.

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La Coalition de préservation numérique publie son prospectus 2019-2020

La DPC ou « Digital Preservation Coalition » (Coalition de préservation numérique) a le plaisir de partager avec vous son nouveau programme d'activités pour l'année à venir. Le prospectus contient des informations complètes sur les publications, webinaires et journées d'information spécialisées que nous vous proposons à nouveau cette année. Il inclut également de nouvelles activités et ressources passionnantes axées sur une gamme de thèmes prioritaires favorisés par le secteur de la préservation numérique.

Identifiées par les membres lors de la dernière consultation en ligne de la DPC, « Connecting the Bits », les activées répondent aux enjeux actuels et réels auxquels fait face la communauté mondiale de préservation numérique. Ces activités ont pour but de renforcer les aptitudes et les compétences afin de répondre favorablement et efficacement aux nouveaux défis. Publié dans le cadre de la stratégie internationale de la DPC, le nouveau programme vise à être accessible aux membres de la DPC et à l'ensemble de la communauté, quelle que soit leur situation géographique.

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La Coalición para la Conservación Digital publica su programa para 2019-2020

La Coalición para la Conservación Digital (DPC) tiene el enorme placer de hacer público su nuevo programa de actividades para el año entrante. El programa se compone de exhaustivos planes para la realización de publicaciones periódicas, seminarios web, jornadas informativas especializadas, así como otras interesantes actividades y recursos dedicados a una serie de temas prioritarios del ámbito de la conservación digital.

Las actividades han sido identificadas por los propios miembros de la DPC mediante una encuesta llevada a cabo por Internet, y responden a las cuestiones reales que está experimentando en la actualidad la comunidad de la conservación digital, con el fin de crear la capacidad y las destrezas necesarias para responder de forma positiva y efectiva a los desafíos emergentes. El nuevo programa se publica en el contexto de la estrategia internacional de la DPC y con el objetivo de resultar accesible tanto a los miembros de la DPC como a la comunidad de la conservación en general, independientemente de su situación geográfica.

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Digital Preservation Coalition veröffentlicht Prospekt für 2019/2020

Die Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) veröffentlicht ihren Prospekt mit dem Programm für das kommende Jahr. Der Prospekt enthält Informationen über geplante Publikationen, Webinare, Orientierungstagungen und neue Aktivitäten sowie Ressourcen zu diversen Schwerpunktthemen rund um die digitale Bewahrung.

Grundlage des Programms bilden die bei einer Online-Mitgliederbefragung unter dem Titel „Connecting the Bits“ identifizierten Anliegen der globalen, mit der digitalen Bewahrung befassten Gemeinschaft. Das Programm soll bei der Entwicklung der Kompetenzen und Kapazitäten helfen, die zur Bewältigung der neuen Herausforderungen benötigt werden. Es ist Teil der internationalen Strategie der DPC und wird deren Mitgliedern und der breiteren Gemeinschaft weltweit angeboten.

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Job Advertisements on the DPC Website

The advertisement of job vacancies relevant to the digital preservation community is available to all DPC Members and DPC Commercial Supporters free of charge.

Advertisements may be placed on the DPC website by non-members for a fee. 

Fees

No charge          DPC Members and DPC Commercial Supporters

£170                    Non-members (Non-profit/ charity organizations)

£270                    Non-members

Submitting an advertisement

Your job advertisement should comprise the following information:

  • A title, e.g.: ‘Vacancy for Digital Archivist at [insert organization name]’
  • Closing date
  • Job location
  • Title of job post
  • Salary information
  • Term e.g.: Full-Time, Part-Time, Fixed-Term
  • Brief job description/person specification
  • Further contact details and/or application form link (if required)

Adverts will appear in the news section of the DPC website and will be added to a weekly DPC-Digest email bulletin which is circulated to members on a Friday afternoon. Adverts appearing in the news section of the DPC website will be tweeted by the @dpc_chat twitter account.

For more information and to submit an advertisement for a job vacancy, please email sarah [dot] middleton [at] dpconline [dot] org.

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Privacy Policy

Date of last revision: 23/02/2018

Version number: 1.0

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is responsible for how personal data is processed and for what purposes (we are known in legal terms as the ‘data controller’). Personal data is data that could be used to identify a living individual.

The table below summarises the personal data we collect and why.

When is it collected?

What is collected?

Why is it needed?

Who is collecting it?

Will it be shared with a third party?

How long is it kept it for?

When someone registers for the website

name, email, place of work, comments

To enable us to complete the registration process

DPC

No

While the user remains registered on the website

When someone registers for an event

name, email, place of work, access and dietary information

To enable us to complete the event registration process and for future events planning

DPC

No

No longer than 2 years after the event for which the individual registered

When you comment on an article or blog

name, email (optional)

To enable us to moderate comments left on site

DPC

No

While the article remains published on the website

If we would like to use your personal data for a new purpose, we will always seek your prior consent and will update this notice accordingly.

We take protection of your personal data seriously and employ data encryption in transit (using HTTPS protocol) and encryption at rest on the disk drives where your data is stored.

In addition, we use cookies (small text files stored on your device) to provide functionality and analytics capabilities on the website. 

You can refer to the official help documentation of your browser provider for information on how to change cookie preferences.

Where personal data is stored

All personal data held will be stored and processed by DPC staff in the United Kingdom.

Sharing your personal data

Your personal data will be treated as strictly confidential and will only be shared with third parties with your consent, or if there is a legal obligation for us to disclose the information.

Your rights and your personal data

From May 2018 the GDPR provides you with rights in respect of your personal data. These include:

  • The right to request a copy of your personal data which we hold about you
  • The right to ask us to correct personal data that is wrong or out of date
  • The right to request your personal data is erased
  • The right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data
  • The right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office

Contact details

If you should have a query, or wish to exercise your rights or make a complaint in relation to your personal data, please contact us.

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Blogging guidelines

The following guidelines should help you to put together your IDPD17 post:

About you

We’ll create a temporary profile for you on the DPC website, so readers can see who you are and where in the world you are. To do this we’ll need:

  • Your full name
  • Your organisation name and your role (if applicable)
  • Your location (city/country is sufficient)
  • Your email address
  • A profile picture

Your post

  • Remember to provide a title!
  • Aim to keep your post between 500 – 800 words.
  • Try to keep formatting quite basic
  • Provide a VERY SHORT abstract for the home page – 200 characters with spaces
  • Include links and images, remembering to credit where applicable

Select and include a number of tags from the DPC’s ‘tag’ page, based on the content of your article, to aid searching: http://www.dpconline.org/knowledge-base/tags

Once complete send this to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and, depending on the volume of contributions on IDPD17, your blog will be published straight away!

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How to blog

Members are invited to use the DPC blog to post about any aspect of the digial preservation activities. If you’ve not blogged before, or need a reminder, here’s a step by step guide to blogging on the DPC website:

1. Customise your profile

If you are reading these instructions you should already have a website login and profile. Please make sure you add a profile picture to your account, so that this shows up in the author details on the blog. You can do this by clicking on the ‘Welcome back, NAME’ link in the top menu bar:

Blogging 1

And then selecting ‘Update your profile.’

Blogging 2

Select the ‘portrait’ tab, and then browse to upload a profile picture.

Blogging 3

2. Login and navigate to Blog

Use your username and password to login to the website and navigate through to the ‘Blog’ section.

Blogging 4

As a logged in user, you will see the option to ‘Add a Blog’ in the menu on the left-hand side, as shown below:

Blogging 5

3. Creating a blog

'Add a blog’ will take you to this screen where you will be able to add your own content:

Blogging 6

When completing the fields shown above:

  • Title: this is a mandatory field
  • Alias: this will auto-complete based on your title
  • Text field: We advise that blog posts are between 500 – 800 words (although the field is not limited). If copying and pasting content into the text field, this should automatically adopt the destination formatting, but if not, highlight all text within the field and select the correct formatting style from the drop downs in the panel above. Clear formatting by highlighting text and selecting the ‘eraser’ icon from the panel

Blogging 7

  • Links: Create links by highlighting the text you would like to make your link and clicking the ‘chain’ icon in the panel above. This will provide the option to link to a URL.

Blogging 8

  • Read more: Insert a ‘Read More’ break in your published text after the first or second paragraph by clicking ‘Read More’ from the set of green buttons below the text field. This limits the text shown in the complete blog roll to those paragraphs before the break, and keeps it neat and tidy.

 Blogging 9

  • Images: Add an image by clicking ‘Image’ from the set of green buttons below the text field, and browsing to your chosen file and resizing to fit appropriately within the blog.

Blogging 10

  • Publishing tab: Please type or select a number of tags based on the content of your article to aid searching. Leave access as ‘Public’ unless your blog contains content you would rather only share with other members.

Once you have created your blog, click ‘Save’ to send this to the DPC administrator and your blog will be published!

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Handbook 404

Oops - well this is embarrassing

Sorry, but the content you requested could not be found. You could try:

1. You could try going to to the Digital Preservation Handbook Contents Page and navigating from there,

2. You could try to recover the page from the First Edition of the Handbook provided by the UK Web Archive.

if these don't work then you could drop us a line to tell us about the problem. Send us an email to info at dpconline dot org listing the URL you are trying to connect to and the topic of the content that is missing. Be sure to mention that it was the result of a 404 Error.

Thanks!

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404

There's something up:

Sorry, but the content you requested could not be found. Here are three things you could try:

1. You could try using the search box above,

2. You could try going to to the DPC Home Page and navigating from there,

3. You could try to recover the page from the DPC instance in the UK Web Archive,

if these don't work then you could drop us a line to tell us about the problem. Send us an email to support at dpconline dot org listing the URL you are trying to connect to and the topic of the content that is missing. Be sure to mention that it was the result of a 404 Error.

Thanks!

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