In this issue:

  • What's On - Forthcoming events from May 2012 onwards
  • What's New - New reports and initiatives since the last issue
  • What's What - After Dark Archives, William Kilbride, DPC
  • Who's Who - Sixty second interview with Matthew Herring, University of York Library and Archives
  • Featured Project - Preserving Complex Visual Digital Objects: Experiences and results from the POCOS project, Leo Konstantelos, University of Portsmouth
  • Your View? - Comments and views from readers

What's New is a joint publication of the DPC and DCC

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: The Evolution of Research Data Policy – where are all the requirements leading? (Sarah Jones, HATII)
  • One world: A Glance at Digital Preservation in Sweden (John Lindström & Prof Lennart Karlsson, Luleå University of Technology)
  • Featured Project: TIMBUS - Digital Preservation for Timeless Business (William Kilbride)
  • Your view: Commentary, questions and debate from readers
Compiled by Kirsten Riley. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. Also available as a print-friendly PDF (shortly) 

In this issue:

  • What's on, and What's new
  • Editorial: Digital curation skills: Who needs them and how do you get them? Joy Davidson, Associate Director, Digital Curation Centre (DCC).
  • Who's who: Sixty second interview with Jen Mitcham of Archaeology Data Service
  • One world: Maggie Jones, Australia (previous Executive Secretary of the DPC)
  • Your view: commentary, questions and debate from readers
Compiled by Najla Rettberg. What's new is a joint publication of DPC and DCC. Also available as a print friendly PDF

January 2009 - April 2009

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Compiled by Najla Rettberg for the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and reviewed by PADI, The National Library of Australia

1 June 2009

This is an archived issue of What's New.

Also available as a print-friendly PDF (273KB).

Known problem links in online versions and PDFs are disabled (or updated when the issue is current) but it is not always possible to annotate the amendments in PDFs with a date or other information which may appear in the online version.

January - May 2005

A joint service of the Digital Preservation Coalition and the PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information) gateway

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Compiled by Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath), Marian Hanley and Gerard Clifton (National Library of Australia)

27 May 2005

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Also available as a print-friendly PDF (283KB).

Known problem links in online versions and PDFs are disabled (or updated when the issue was current) but it is not always possible to annotate the amendments in PDFs with a date or other information which may appear in the online version.

December 2001-April 2002

A joint service of the Digital Preservation Coalition and PADI

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compiled by Michael Day (UKOLN, University of Bath)

3rd May 2002

This is an archived issue of What's New.

Also available as a print-friendly PDF (46KB).

Known problem links in online versions and PDFs are disabled (or updated when the issue was current) but it is not always possible to annotate the amendments in PDFs with a date or other information which may appear in the online version.

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