The 'Bit List' of Digitally Endangered Species

The DPC is inviting nominations for its 2019 edition of the ‘BitList,’ our Global List of Digitally Endangered Species. Nominations to the BitList are sought through the summer before being published as the Coalition’s contribution to World Digital Preservation Day on 7th November 2019.

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Community Engagement

We enable a growing number of agencies and individuals in all sectors and in all countries to participate in a dynamic and mutually supportive digital preservation community.

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Advocacy

We campaign for a political and institutional climate more responsive and better informed about the digital preservation challenge; raising awareness about the new opportunities that resilient digital assets create.

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Workforce Development

We provide opportunities for our members to acquire, develop and retain competent and responsive workforces that are ready to address the challenges of digital preservation.

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Capacity Building

We support and assure our members in the delivery and maintenance of high quality and sustainable digital preservation services through knowledge exchange, technology watch, research and development.

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Good Practice and Standards

We identify and develop good practice and standards that make digital preservation achievable, supporting efforts to ensure services are tightly matched to shifting requirements.

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Management and Governance

We ensure the DPC is a sustainable, competent organisation focused on member needs, providing a robust and trusted platform for collaboration within and beyond the Coalition.

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We are building:
  • a dynamic and mutually supportive digital preservation community.
  • a political and institutional climate more responsive and better informed about the digital preservation challenge.
  • workforces that are ready to address the challenges of digital preservation.
  • high quality and sustainable digital preservation services.
  • good practice and standards that make digital preservation achievable.
  • a sustainable, competent organization focussed on member needs.
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Digital Preservation Handbook

The Handbook identifies good practice in creating, managing and preserving digital materials. By providing a strategic overview of the key issues, discussion and guidance on strategies and activities, and pointers to key projects and reports, the Handbook provides guidance for institutions and individuals and a range of tools to help them identify and take appropriate actions.

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Vacancy for Research Data Manager at Cranfield University 22 August 2019 Cranfield University is seeking an experienced individual to support the promotion of an efficient and effective research data management service to staff and students across both its sites Read Article
File format identification: A student project at the University of Sheffield Library Chris Loftus Chris Loftus Last updated on 23 August 2019 This blog has been written by Peter Vickers; a postgraduate student in Speech and Language Processing as part of the University of Sheffield’s OnCampus programme, to look into file identification and archiving. Go to Blog
DPC Rapid Assessment Model introductory webinar | Members-Only 11 September 2019 | 15:00 BST This members-only webinar will introduce the DPC's newest member benefit - the Rapid Assessment Model (RAM). View Event

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