The University of Birmingham becomes the Digital Preservation Coalition’s seventieth member.

Added on 26 October 2017

The Digital Preservation Coalition is pleased to announce the University of Birmingham as its newest Associate and seventieth member.

The University’s Library Services manages digital publications, primary research data and other research outputs generated by researchers at the University of Birmingham, as well as a digital archive, rare books and the University’s institutional archives at the Cadbury Research Library.

Read More

Vacancy for IPS Technical Analyst at the British Library

12 November 2017

Boston Spa or St. Pancras, London - UK

£29,000 or £32,000 per annum

Vacancy for Research Data Librarian at the University of Bath

12 November 2017

Bath, UK

Starting from £32,548, rising to £38,833


Registration now open for ‘Advocating for Digital Preservation’ in London, 4th December 2017

Added on 17 October 2017

The Digital Preservation Coalition is delighted to open registration for the first ‘Advocating for Digital Preservation’ training event, to be held at the Worshipful Company of Information Technologist’s Hall in London on Monday 4th December.

Members and non-members are invited to attend this day-long training session with Communications professional and MD of DHR Communications, Catherine Heaney. With over 20 years’ experience in the fields of media relations, politics, public affairs and management, Catherine has an excellent understanding of the heritage and culture space in Ireland. She has provided communications training to senior politicians, business leaders and heads of institutions, as well as internal communications and advocacy training to members of the Archives and Records Association. Catherine is also chairperson of the National Museum of Ireland and until 2014, served on the board of the Heritage Council.

Read More

Vacancy for Application Support Engineer at Preservica

Oxford, UK

£35,000 - £45,000 a year


The Digital Preservation Coalition welcomes the University of Sussex as its newest Associate Member

Added on 16 October 2017

The University of Sussex has joined the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) this week, becoming its newest Associate member.

Established to expand University research into how digital technologies are shaping culture and society, the Sussex Humanities Lab focuses on digital history and digital archives, and the outputs present challenges in terms of long term preservation and access. The University Library and its Special Collections are committed to providing long-term access to this digital content.

Read More

Vacancy for Archivist with Lloyds Banking Group

27 October 2017

London, UK

£37,422 - £43,658

Fixed Term

University College London joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 16 October 2017

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is delighted to welcome University College London (UCL) as its latest Associate Member this week.

As well as holding significant digital collections, ranging from longitudinal primary research data to reference data and accompanying materials, and offering research data storage and preservation services to researchers, UCL is one of a small number of UK universities that teaches digital curation.

“UCL Library’s Strategy specifically mentions ‘the long-term curation of ‘born-digital’ special collections’ as a priority, and we feel that the DPC’s collective experience will be of significant help in developing strategy and planning for this area,” explains UCL’s Digital Curation Manager, Matt Mahon.

Read More

Vacancy for Archivist and Records Manager at Unilever

20 November 2017

Port Sunlight, UK

£30,500 - £38,100 depending on experience, plus benefits


University of the Arts London joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

Added on 13 October 2017

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) welcomes University of the Arts London (UAL) as its latest Associate Member this week.

UAL is strategically committed to digital preservation prioritising its historical and contemporary archives and special collections, both digitised and born-digital.  As an art and design institution, the university’s collections are many and varied, including documents, books, photographs, costume, and object collections – many with national and international significance. Having recently completed a discovery and procurement process for a digital preservation system, UAL sees digital preservation as an essential activity that will also provide a platform for increased visibility and use of their unique collections for teaching and research, as well as collaboration beyond the university and into the wider art and design academic community, and other areas of community collaboration.

Read More

Scroll to top