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DPC RAM 2.0 now available!

Added on 6 April 2021

DPCRAMThe Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) relaunches an updated version of its Rapid Assessment Model (or DPC RAM) this week.

Designed to enable rapid benchmarking of an organization’s digital preservation capability, the 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.

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Modelling with DiAGRAM - Webinar

Added on 5 April 2021

Modelling with DiAGRAM

Thursday 15 April, 12:00-13:00

Speakers: David Underdown (The National Archives), Heather Forbes (Gloucestershire Archives), Catherine Jones (Science and Technology Facilities Council)

In this ARA SAT webinar David Underdown will demonstrate DiAGRAM (the Digital Archiving Graphical Risk Assessment Model) and then discuss with Heather Forbes (Head of Archives Service, Gloucestershire County Council) and Catherine Jones (Energy Data Centre Lead, Science and Technology Facilities Council) how they approached modelling their own institutions’ digital preservation situation in order to engage with their stakeholders. How did they choose what to include, and has it made them think differently about the risks?

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April webinars from the Digital Repository of Ireland

Added on 1 April 2021

The Digital Repository of Ireland invites you to attend two new webinars this April:

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National Library Board, Singapore joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 1 April 2021

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is delighted to welcome the National Library Board, Singapore (NLB) as the Coalition’s newest Full Member.

NLB is the official custodian of Singapore's published and documentary heritage, archival materials of national and historical significance in Singapore, government records and broadcast archives.

As part of its Libraries and Archives Blueprint 2025, NLB aims to build on its role as an enduring source of knowledge on Singapore and its place in the world. To this end, NLB is committed to an ongoing programme to collect, preserve, and make accessible digital content on Singapore, and aspires to become a Trusted Digital Repository and an authority on digital preservation for the nation.

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