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The Digital Preservation Coalition welcomes LSE Library as its latest associate member

Added on 1 December 2011

DPC is delighted to welcome the London School of Economics as its newest member.

‘LSE Library has been developing its digital preservation capacity for around two years - since initial planning and making the business case’, explained Ed Fay. ‘We have already made use of the events programme offered by the DPC to train members of our specialist team. Now that our preservation capacity is moving from development to operation we enter a new phase of activity.’

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Papers for 2011 DPC Annual General Meeting

Added on 28 November 2011

Papers for the 2011 DPC Annual General Meeting are now available, including the Abbreviated Accounts of the DPC for FY 2010-11 and the DPC Strategic Plan 2012-15. 

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Slides from 'Intellectual Property Rights and Digital Preservation' now available

Added on 23 November 2011

Presentations from the DPC and JISC Digital Media 'Intellectual Property Rights and Digital Preservation workshop are now available

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IPR Event - Change of Venue

Added on 17 November 2011

The DPC / JISC Digital Media briefing day on Intellectual Property Rights and Digital Preservation has changed venue at short notice.  The event will now take place at Wills Hall, Parry's Lane, Stoke Bishop Bristol BS9 1AE. 

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DPC responds to Public Data Corporation and Open Data Consultations

Added on 11 November 2011

DPC has responded to two connected consultations from the Cabinet Office on proposals for the Data Policy for a proposed Public Data Corporation and for the UK government's Open Data Policy. 

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Notes from Alliance for Permanent Access Conference (London 8-9th Nov) now available

Added on 10 November 2011

Informal notes from the Alliance for Permanent Access conference in London on the 8th and 9th of November are now available online for DPC members. 

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DPC awards 8 scholarships to attend Digital Preservation Training Programme

Added on 7 November 2011

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) has awarded eight scholarships so that members can attend the Digital Preservation Training Programme (DPTP) in London in November.

‘Training budgets are under a lot of pressure just now, but the need for skills in digital preservation continues to grow’, explained William Kilbride of the DPC. ‘We decided we would try to increase the number of scholarships this year because they have been very popular. This is the largest number we’ve so far funded through DPTP. We’re delighted to be able to support our members in this way.’

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DPC Annual General Meeting confirmed: Belfast 1st December

Added on 25 October 2011

DPC members, associates and personal members are hereby invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Coalition at the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland, 2 Titanic Boulevard Titanic Quarter, Belfast BT3 9HQ on Thursday 1st December 2011 starting at 1530.  An agenda and other papers for the meeting will be circulated in due course and members are invited to suggest items for the Agenda by 17th November.  The meeting will be chaired by Richard Ovenden (Chair).

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Registration opens for ‘Intellectual Property Rights and Digital Preservation’: Bristol, 21 November 2011

Added on 21 October 2011

Registration is now open ‘Intellectual Property Rights and Digital Preservation’, a briefing day sponsored jointly by the Digital Preservation Coalition and JISC Digital Media, in Bristol on 21 November 2011.

Digital preservation helps to deliver lasting impact from highly prized and valuable digital resources.  This is often understood as a technical challenge but experience shows that a poor fit between technology, processes and regulations constrains preservation actions and significantly inhibit the benefits which long-term access ought to deliver. 

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Notes from POCOS Preserving Software Art Symposium (Glasgow, October 11-12) now available

Added on 13 October 2011

Informal notes from the 'POCOS' 'Preserving Software Art Symposium' are now available online for DPC members. 

JISC is funding Portsmouth University and partners to host a series of seminars and reports on the preservation of ‘complex objects’. This ‘POCOS’ project hosted an event on visualisation and simulation in London in June and the second meeting, on the preservation of software art took place in Glasgow between 11th and 12th October.  A third and final event on gaming will be held in 2012. 

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