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The Digital Preservation Coalition welcomes CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, as Full Member

Added on 5 December 2018

The DPC is delighted to announce that the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, CERN, has joined the Coalition as a Full Member this month.

CERN has three main digital preservation interests: Scientific Data from CERN’s accelerators, notably the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), where the data volume at the end of LHC Run2 (end 2018) is over 300PB; Scientific publications, papers and articles; and CERN’s “digital memory”, including meeting minutes, photographs, video recordings and scanned legacy material.

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Call for Contributions Open for iPRES2019

Added on 3 December 2018

ipres2019The Call for Contributions for iPRES2019 is now open. iPRES is the premier international conference on the preservation and long term management of digital materials. The 16th International Conference on Digital Preservation will be held on September 16-20, 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

You are invited to submit original contributions that describe practice- and theory-informed approaches to scientific models, daily practice, collaborative efforts, creative solutions, and the progress your organization has made in digital preservation.

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Digital Preservation Awards 2018 – Winners Announced!

Added on 29 November 2018

In an exciting finale to the Digital Preservation Awards 2018, leading organisations and practitioners of digital preservation have gathered together for a spectacular awards ceremony at Amsterdam Museum, as part of an International Conference hosted by the Dutch Digital Heritage Network for World Digital Preservation Day on Thursday 29th November 2018.

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Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 29 November 2018

The National Library of Luxembourg, la Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg, has joined the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) this month, becoming the Coalition’s newest Full Member.

As part of its legal mission as a national heritage library, Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg (BnL) collects, catalogues, enriches and preserves all publications issued in Luxembourg as well as all those issued abroad relating to the Grand Duchy. Through its Digital Preservation project, the BnL ensures the management, availability and long-term preservation of digital publications, resulting from a digitization process, collection of born-digital material or through legal deposit.

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Digital Preservation community celebrates World Digital Preservation Day

Added on 29 November 2018

WDPD English Portrait RGB29th November marks World Digital Preservation Day 2018 (WDPD2018). Organized as a way to celebrate the ordinarily uncelebrated work of a large, growing and widely dispersed digital preservation community, the day will bring together individuals and institutions from across the world, highlighting and profiling the importance of their work.

Digital materials remain a core commodity for industry, commerce and government. They are fundamental for research, the law and medicine. The creative industries, cultural heritage and the media depend on reliable access to digital materials, while families and friends extend and sustain their relationships through digital interactions. The opportunities created by these digital materials rely on the work of the digital preservation community.

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Annual General Meeting of the DPC

Added on 21 November 2018

DPC members are invited to the Sixteenth Annual General Meeting of the Digital Preservation Coalition which will be held on Thursday 13th December, in Room G21A, Senate House, Malet Street, the University of London, WC1E 7HU.

Tea and coffee will be served at 14:30 GMT and the meeting will commence at 15:00 GMT.  It is scheduled to be complete at 15:30 GMT. Options are available for members wishing to dial in to the meeting.

As a reminder, Full Members are invited also to send delegates to the Representative Council which will precede (lunch at 12:00 GMT, Representative Council from 12:30 GMT).

Please email to Alyson [dot] Campbell [at] dpconline [dot] org to confirm attendance.

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Applications are invited for the first DRI Community Archives Membership Scheme. 

Added on 19 November 2018

As a largely public-funded repository the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) believes it is important to make long-term preservation of digital materials open to a wide range of organisations, including those operating on a non-funded, voluntary basis. To that end, the DRI is launching a Community Archives Membership Scheme. One organisation will be granted a year’s free membership for the year 2019 under this Scheme.

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