Full programme announced for DPC ‘Future-proofing Digital Preservation for Research Data' Briefing Day in Bristol, 31st May 2018

Added on 14 May 2018

The full programme for the free, Jisc Sponsored DPC ‘Future-proofing Digital Preservation for Research Data' Briefing Day in Bristol on 31st May 2018, is now published!

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We’ll be kicking off the day with a look at the future for Research Data Management from Chris Keene of Jisc. In his role as Head of Library and Scholarly Futures, and at the forefront of digital innovation in learning, teaching and research, Chris leads Jisc’s work on the future role and capabilities of digital scholarly communication, digital libraries, and digital scholarship for research and learning. He will identify and talk us through some of the emerging trends, challenges and innovations for the Research Data Management community.

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iPRES 2018: Online registration now open

Added on 14 May 2018

The iPRES 2018 Organizing Team is delighted to announce that online registration for iPres 2018 is now open:

There are a number of registrations – if you have any questions, please contact:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Digital Preservation Futures Webinar Mini Series - Registration now open for members

Added on 11 May 2018

Registration is now open for a new members-only webinar mini-series which will accompany our annual ‘Connecting the Bits’ Members Unconference and inaugural ‘Digital Preservation Futures’ Community Forum, to be held on 12th – 13th June in Glasgow.

As a prelude to the live events, we will hear from our Commercial Supporters in quick succession about their current product and service offerings and how this relates to what their customers and DPC members might look for. Speakers from each of our Commercial Supporter organisations will be joined by a customer representative who will describe the challenges which identified their solution requirement to engaging with a solution, as well as anticipated challenges in their respective areas of digital preservation.

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Vacancy for Associate Archivist (Digital Preservation) at UNHCR

14 May 2018

Copenhagen, Denmark

Grade P2


Digital preservation helps safeguard the institutional memory and unique heritage of the United Nations

Added on 30 April 2018

The United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) becomes the newest organisation to join the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC).

Housed at the Palais des Nations, UNOG serves as the representative office of the Secretary-General at Geneva and in providing key infrastructure and support to the Organization’s efforts to maintain international peace and security.

The Library of the United Nations in Geneva has recently launched its “Total Digital Access to the League of Nations Archives” project, under the responsibility of the Chief of the Institutional Memory Section. Through the project, the entire content of the League of Nations Archives (registered in the UNESCO’s Memory of the World Registry), consisting of approximately 15 million pages of materials, will be digitized.

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Registration now open for ‘Connecting the Bits’ and ‘Digital Preservation Futures’ – 12th and 13th June, Glasgow

Added on 26 April 2018

DPC members are invited to join us for two exciting events in Glasgow on 12th and 13th June this year.

12th June 2018: Connecting the Bits 
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‘Connecting the Bits’ is a day-long networking and planning event designed to help members keep in touch with each other and with the state of the art in digital preservation.

As usual we’ll be opening the floor to our members. The agenda will be generated by participants in the morning, then delivered in the afternoon. This format privileges debate and discussion, and it ensures that anyone with a burning issue or success story has a chance to share it. Because members set the agenda, it provides a unique opportunity to steer the Coalition's program for the coming year.

The event is only open to members, so participants can speak candidly and openly about successes, failures, plans and threats. With the continuing momentum of a growing membership we've every reason to expect that 'Connecting the Bits' 2018 will be another great opportunity to build an ever-stronger platform for co-operation and collaboration between participants.

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