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Episode Three of the Web Archiving & Preservation Webinar Series in now open for registration

Added on 24 January 2020

The DPC is delighted to announce registration is now open for the webinar 'Integrating Web Archives into Existing Collections'. This webinar is the third episode of the Web Archiving & Preservation Webinar Series for DPC Members and Supporters and will take place on 20 February 2020 at 14:00 GMT. 

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DPC opens new office in Melbourne, Australia

Added on 22 January 2020

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) has started 2020 with the opening of a new office, at the University of Melbourne. This presence will enable improved access to the DPC’s programme of activities for members and digital preservation practitioners across the southern hemisphere; helping support, represent and amplify the work of a very active digital preservation community in the region, as well as enabling institutions at all stages of maturity in the digital preservation journey.

The initiative is the result of a strategic partnership between DPC and the University of Melbourne, and the office will be staffed by Jaye Weatherburn who has been seconded to the DPC.

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Vacancy for Projects and Policy Officer at DANS

30 January 2020

The Hague

€4,274 per month gross

Fixed Term

Amy Currie joins the DPC Staff as Training Officer

Added on 21 January 2020

Amy currieThe Digital Preservation Coalition is delighted to welcome Amy Currie to its staff, in the role of Training Officer.

Amy will manage training and skills services for members, covering the work of Sharon McMeekin – the DPC’s Head of Workforce Development - as she delivers the Novice to Ninja project with colleagues from The UK National Archives.

“Amy will help us continue to provide opportunities for our members to acquire, develop and retain competent and responsive workforces that are ready to address the challenges of digital preservation,” explains Sharon. “We’re very pleased to have her on board!”

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Novice to Ninja: The UK National Archives and DPC to deliver online digital preservation training

Added on 21 January 2020

The National Archives in the UK and the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) are collaborating in a project called ‘Novice to Ninja’, which will make online digital preservation training available to practitioners around the world later this year. The project is part of The National Archives’ new digital capacity building strategy, ‘Plugged In, Powered Up’.

Researched, developed and tested by experts within the digital preservation community, the Novice to Ninja training will be practically focused, aiming to equip learners with the skills required to implement a simple and proactive digital preservation workflow within their organization.

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Vacancy for Innovation Specialist at the Library of Congress

31 January 2020

Washington DC, USA

$86,335 to $112,240 p/a

Full-Time

Registration Now Open - For Your Eyes Only: Scalable Approaches to Identifying, Managing, and Securing Sensitive or Restricted Information

Added on 20 January 2020

The DPC is delighted to announce registration is now open for the Briefing Day 'For Your Eyes Only: Scalable Approaches to Identifying, Managing, and Securing Sensitive or Restricted Information' on the 2 April 2020 in Salford.

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Call for Conference Hosts: iPRES 2023, 2024, 2025

Added on 15 January 2020

iPRES has evolved into the main international conference on the preservation of digital objects. Having been held annually since 2004 in places all around the world, with iPRES2020 coming up in Beijing, China in Sep. 22-24 2020, iPRES2021 in Illinois, USA, Oct. 19-22 2021, and iPRES 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland, Sep. 12-16 2022, respectively, iPRES is now inviting bids by prospective conference hosts to run iPRES 2023, 2024 and 2025.

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The National Library of Luxembourg launches webarchive.lu

Added on 14 January 2020

[French version follows]

The National Library of Luxembourg (BnL) has announced the launch of the website webarchive.lu, an information platform for the web archiving initiative for the Luxembourg web and access point for researching websites archived by the BnL.

In accordance with the Luxembourg legal deposit, the BnL collects and preserves websites from the « .lu » domain and other sites published by Luxembourg residents. Regular domain crawls are operated in cooperation with the Internet Archive. In addition, curated collections around specific events such as the 2017 local, 2018 national and 2019 European elections can be discovered on webarchive.lu, as well as thematic collections around cultural festivals in Luxembourg and the recent departure of HRH Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg. 

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Connect to Collect: A Conference about collecting Social Digital Photography in Archives and Museums

Added on 14 January 2020

Connect to Collect: A Conference about collecting Social Digital Photography in Archives and Museums

19-20 March 2020
Nordiska museet, Stockholm, Sweden
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