Added on 29 June 2010

The Digital Preservation Coalition is delighted to welcome the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII) at Glasgow University as its newest associate member.

Since its foundation, HATII has had a strong commitment to digital preservation and digitization. It has been involved in a large number of collaborative initiatives such as the Digital Curation Centre, the PLANETS project, Digital Preservation Europe and Erpanet.

'HATII sees new opportunities to frame its research through DPC membership as well as an opportunity to influence policy and practice', explained Ann Gow, Associate Director. 'Long term access to digital resources is an aspiration across the public and private sectors. It requires a diverse range of experience if it is to be achieved

HATII is delighted to join the DPC as an associate member. We recognise the value of partnership in this critical area and look forward to interdisciplinary collaboration with the DPC'

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