Call for Applicants: DPC Grant for online PGCert Digital Curation course at University of Salford

Added on 11 April 2022

The DPC is pleased to offer a Career Development Fund grant for the online Postgraduate Certificate in Digital Curation course at the University of Salford. The grant will cover half the course fees, providing funding towards 30 credits of the 60-credit course. Applications are welcomed from all DPC members across the globe, and the application deadline for this grant is 7:00 UTC on Wednesday, 25th May 2022.

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iPres 2022 Travel Grants for DPC Members

Added on 8 April 2022

The DPC is pleased to announce it is offering ten Career Development Fund (CDF) travel grants to support DPC Members attending the iPres 2022 conference taking place in Glasgow, Scotland, 12th-16th September 2022. These grants will contribute funding to help with the costs of travel and accommodation for DPC Members attending the conference in-person.

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Supported iPres 2022 Registration for DPC Members

Added on 8 April 2022

2022 is the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the DPC.  To mark this, the DPC is sponsoring participation in iPres 2022 for its entire membership around the world!

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American University in Cairo, Egypt joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 7 April 2022

AUC Logo 2American University in Cairo, Egypt (AUC) is the latest organization to join the Digital Preservation Coalition, as they become Associate Members.

The American University in Cairo was founded in 1919, and from the beginning considered enrichment of Egypt’s cultural life part of its mission, sponsoring lectures and other public programming featuring important thinkers and creative individuals. The major entry of The Rare Books and Special Collections Library of AUC Libraries into the area of preserving cultural heritage came with AUC’s acquisition of the personal library of pioneering scholar of Islamic Art and Architecture Sir K.A.C. Creswell in the 1950s which, with its rare and valuable book holdings, served as the core resource for the university’s Arab Studies offerings. The library’s holdings house important donated archival collections in various disciplines, include pioneer scholars in Islamic architecture, Egypt’s leading architects, world-class photographers, local Egyptologists, famous journalists and prolific artists as well as evidence of everyday Egyptians shaping their nation as in the 2011 revolution, for preserving cultural heritage materials.

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iPres 2022 Opens Early Bird Registration

Added on 4 April 2022

Now Open Early Bird Registration ImageEarly Bird Registration for the iPres 2022 conference is now open! Register now to secure your place and benefit from the early bird fee!

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#DPConnect Update – Easter Break 2022

Added on 1 April 2022

#DPConnect will take a two-week Easter Break between 15th - 22nd April.

Following the break, we will return on 29th April at 1400 UTC+1 with our monthly #DPClinic, on the topic of Persistent Identifiers.

Part of the #DPConnect series, #DPClinic sessions pick a popular digital preservation topic each month and invite discussion, debate and controversy around shared challenges in preservation.

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Heriot-Watt University joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 31 March 2022

Heriot Watt University logoHeriot-Watt University is the latest organization to join the Digital Preservation Coalition, as they become Associate Member.

With campuses in Edinburgh, the Scottish Borders, Orkney, Malaysia and Dubai, the University is moving towards a digital only environment, which has been accelerated by the pandemic and remote working and teaching.

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Connecting the Bits 2022: Update and Call for Information

Added on 31 March 2022

This year the Digital Preservation Coalition is changing the way we ask members to share their needs, requirements and suggestions for our next annual program of activities.

Normally we gather together to network, share ideas and make connections at our annual ‘Connecting the Bits:’ Members’ Unconference and Networking Event. However, as we will also be hosting iPres 2022 in Glasgow this year - providing an even greater opportunity to meet, share and connect with a much larger group of digital preservationists – we will not be holding a Connecting the Bits event in 2022, and will gather information about our 2022-2023 program of activities in an ‘offline’ consultation process instead.

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The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 30 March 2022

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) welcomes the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), as they become the Coalition’s newest Associate Member.

With three campuses and two sites in Australia, two campuses in Vietnam and a research and industry collaboration centre in Spain, RMIT University Archives and the Library are required to manage long-term preservation of the digital assets and cultural heritage of a global university. 

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