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Controlling the cost of digital preservation

Added on 28 February 2019

For some time now, heritage organisations and other institutions have been in agreement about the need for the long-term preservation and accessibility of valuable digital resources. What is much less clear, however, are the costs of preserving digital heritage for the long term.  A group of heritage institutions within the Dutch Digital Heritage Network therefore designed a cost model for analysing and controlling the cost of digital preservation. The development of the model, its main outcomes so far and the user experience from one of the institutions (EYE Film Museum) are described in the article Controlling the cost of digital preservation [PDF].

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Together for Yes archive to be preserved in Digital Repository of Ireland

Added on 28 February 2019

TFY logoThe digital archive of the Together for Yes campaign will be preserved by DPC Member, Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI).

The campaign, which was active during the months leading up to the referendum on the Eighth Amendment in May 2018, was the main civil society organisation advocating for a Yes vote. During its existence, Together For Yes generated a huge amount of digital content, including campaign branding, an official website, press releases, merchandise design and more. As part of its post-referendum work, Together for Yes organised a preservation and archiving initiative, of which membership of a trusted digital repository plays a key part. An archivist will work on ingesting the campaign's public digital record as well as some business records and other materials.

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FIAT/IFTA Media Management Seminar 2019: registrations are open

Added on 28 February 2019

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Since 20 years the FIAT/IFTA Media Management Seminar has built up a very strong reputation. Organised by the FIAT/IFTA Media Management Commission, the Seminar focuses for two intensive days on themes related to media asset management, search and retrieval, enhancement and contextualisation and the traffic of files in media archives. Titled ‘Changing Sceneries, Changing Roles’ the Seminar reaches already its 9th edition. The 2019 Seminar, hosted by SVT and the National Library of Sweden, takes place 23-24 May 2019 in Stockholm.

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Connecting the Bits 2019: New Format

Added on 22 February 2019

Most DPC Members will be aware that for many years the Coalition has held an annual members Unconference ‘Connecting the Bits’ with the aim of facilitating networking between Members, and most importantly, of gathering feedback and direction from Members on the shape of DPC annual workplans. Feedback from Members and the DPC Team has been positive and the events have been effective in ensuring that the activities of the DPC are closely matched to the needs of Members.

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Archiving 2019 Registration Now Open!

Added on 20 February 2019

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The ARCHIVING 2019 team invites you to join them in Lisbon, Portugal at the Torre do Tombo National Archive (National Archives of Portugal) for Archiving 2019 to discuss the most pressing issues in the cultural heritage landscape related to the digital preservation of and access to 2D, 3D, and AV materials.

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Vacancy for Research Data and Curation Manager at Royal Holloway, University of London

15 March 2019

London

£35,333 - £41,743 p/a inc London Allowance

Full-Time

CFP: Joint Technical Symposium EXTENDED DEADLINE

Added on 12 February 2019

PRESERVE THE LEGACY. CELEBRATE THE FUTURE.

The CCAAA will hold its 2019 Joint Technical Symposium (JTS) at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision Hilversum, The Netherlands on October 3-5, 2019

JTS 2019 Call for Presentations  

As the first call was posted right before the holidays, and January is a rush for all, the JTS team have extended the deadlines for both JTS2019 and IASA50 by two weeks until February 22, 2019. 

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New faces for 2019

Added on 8 February 2019

The DPC renews its leadership each year allowing members to guide and review our programmes.  We are pleased to announce a number of changes at the start of 2019:

Executive Board

Roxana Maurer-Popistașu, Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg, joins the Executive Board

Stuart Lewis, National Library of Scotland, takes over as chair of the Research and Practice Sub-Committee

Tracey Clark, University of Sheffield, retires from the Executive Board and the Research and Practice Sub-Committee

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