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DPC Announces Scholarships for DPTP Online Course

Added on 1 March 2018

The Digital Preservation Coalition is pleased to offer two scholarships to its members to enable them to undertake the DPTP Online course, which provides a comprehensive introduction to digital preservation.

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Invitation to the first annual Digital Lecture at The National Archives, 7th June 2018

Added on 1 March 2018

The National Archives (TNA) convenes an annual Digital Lecture focusing on digital and technological innovations and cutting-edge theories and methods of relevance to archives.

TNA is delighted to invite you to join them for their first annual Digital Lecture, which welcomes Professor Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information, and Director of the Digital Ethics Lab, at the University of Oxford.

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GDPR and the DPC

Added on 1 March 2018

As a ‘data collector,’ the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is responsible for how personal data is processed and for what purposes. Ahead of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect on 25th May, we have been making a few adjustments to to ensure we continue to appropriately collect, process and protect personal data.

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Vacancy for Lecturer in Archives, Records Management and Information Governance at UCL

8 April 2018

London, UK

£43,023 - £50,753 per annum

Full-Time

IIPC WEB ARCHIVING CONFERENCE 2018: Call for Papers extended to 12 March 2018

Added on 28 February 2018

The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to 12 March 2018.

IIPC WEB ARCHIVING CONFERENCE 2018: Call for Papers

WEB ARCHIVING HISTORIES AND FUTURES

National Library of New Zealand

Wellington 13–15 November 2018

Web archiving is now into its third decade of practice and there is much experience to reflect upon and many achievements to acknowledge. It is also a critical time to look to the future and to the technical, legal, ethical and organisational challenges that saving the web for citizens and for researchers continue to present. As established web archives mature and new initiatives emerge, web archive artefacts and data become more valuable for our understanding of societies, politics, cultures and economies in a world of increasingly contested narratives.

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Digital Archivist required for Stobs Camp Project

18 March 2018

Musselburgh, Scotland

£24,000 p.a. pro rata

Fixed Term


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