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Please provide your feedback on the Future of iPres: deadline extended until June 18th

Added on 30 May 2019

The iPres Working Group appreciates the feedback received so far on the Future of iPres – it’s invaluable!

More feedback would be beneficial and we’ve heard from some responders that more time would be helpful so as promised we are going to extend the deadline. Please take some time to share whatever feedback you have by June 18th.

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BT joins the Digital Preservation Coalition as Associate Member

Added on 30 May 2019

The DPC is delighted to announce that communications services provider BT has joined the Coalition as an Associate Member this month.

Preserving the history of BT and its predecessors, BT Heritage & Archives is the custodian of the Group’s corporate memory – both physical and digital. The Archive, which is recognised by UNESCO and Arts Council England as being of international importance, showcases Britain’s role in the development of telecommunications and the impact of the technology on society. Part of the digital collection includes digitised material available online - an extraordinary array of documents, images, plans, photographs and correspondence. There are also key digital records created by the company more recently that will enter the collection. These records chart innovations from the company’s recent past to today, such as the launch of the 5G network this year.

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Vacancy for Digital Preservation Manager at the University of Cambridge

26 June 2019

Cambridge

£36,261 - £48,677 p/a

Fixed Term

Vacancy for Project Archivist (Wildfilm History) at the University of Bristol

27 May 2019

Bristol

£29,515 per annum (with annual increment)

Fixed Term

Vacancy - Bridging the Digital Gap: technical traineeships in archives (London and Yorkshire)

5 June 2019

London and Yorkshire

London £16,973 (includes London weighting)/Yorkshire £14,500

Fixed Term

Member Preview of DPC Technology Watch Report 'Preserving Email (2nd Edition)' Now Available (Log-in Req'd)

Added on 6 May 2019

Following on from the popular 2011 report and the successful Task Force on Technical Approaches for Email Archives, the DPC is pleased to announce the release of the updated Preserving Email (2nd Edition) by Christopher J Prom for member preview.

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