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DAH Scholarships Available for DPASSH 2017

The Digital Repository of Ireland, in collaboration with the Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) PhD Programme, is offering scholarships to attend the Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Science, and Humanities (DPASSH) conference, which will take place 14-15 June 2017 at the University of Sussex, Brighton. Priority will be given to current DAH PhD students (although applications will be considered from others), and to those who are submitting an abstract to the conference.

Vacancy for City of Culture Digital Archive Software Developer with University of Hull

Job title - City of Culture Digital Archive Software Developer Salary - £32,959 - £38,183 a year Location - University of Hull The University of Hull is a Principal Partner in the City of Culture 2017 celebration. The City of Culture enterprise is a considerable undertaking that has been led by the City of Culture Company, working with a series of Partners from the City, the region and nationally.

DRI and Sussex Humanities Lab collaborate on DPASSH 2017

The Sussex Humanities Lab and the Digital Repository of Ireland are pleased to announce that the second Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Science, and Humanities conference will take place 14-15 June 2017 at the University of Sussex, Brighton. The CFP has now been released, the submission deadline is midnight Sunday 11 December 2016 (GMT) Website: www.dpassh.org Twitter: @DPASSHConf Email: dpassh2017@gmail.

Join the DPOC (Digital Preservation at Oxford and Cambridge) Team!

The Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford are looking for the third Polonsky Fellow (Technical Officer/Research Software Engineer) to join the team!  As a Technical Officer/Research Software Engineer at Oxford you will undertake research and training to build upon your expertise in the technical issues surrounding digital preservation and your awareness of the tools, systems and projects that seek to address these issues.

A New Course in the DPTP Programme – DPTP: Digital Preservation for Research Managers

The University of London Digital Preservation team are delighted to be opening bookings for the third course in the new DPTP programme. This is a one-day course, ‘DPTP: Digital Preservation for Research Managers‘, and it will be held in Senate House, London, on 16th November 2016. Digital preservation – the management and safeguarding of digital content for the long-term – is becoming increasingly important for research data managers and others working in the field of research support.

Digital Preservation Manager Vacancy with Tate

Post:                            Digital Preservation Manager Salary:                         £33,010 per annum (Inclusive of a £2,500 per annum Market Rate Allowance) Contract:                     Permanent, Full-time Location:                     Millbank, London Closing date:             Thursday, 6 October 2016 at 17.

Finalists for the Digital Preservation Awards Safeguarding the Digital Legacy Category Announced

After a week of suspense the Digital Preservation Coalition is delighted to announce the last set of finalists for the Safeguarding the Digital Legacy Category of the 2016 Digital Preservation Awards. The prestigious Digital Preservation Awards is a world-wide celebration of the achievements of those people and organisations who have made significant and innovative contributions to ensuring our generation’s digital legacy will be available tomorrow.

Finalists for the Digital Preservation Awards Most Outstanding Digital Preservation Initiative in Industry Category Announced

The Digital Preservation Coalition is delighted to announce the next set of finalists for the Most Outstanding Digital Preservation Initiative in Industry Category of the 2016 Digital Preservation Awards. The prestigious Digital Preservation Awards is a world-wide celebration of the achievements of those people and organisations who have made significant and innovative contributions to ensuring our generation’s digital legacy will be available tomorrow.

Finalists for the Digital Preservation Awards Most Distinguished Student Work Category Announced

The Digital Preservation Coalition is delighted to announce the next set of finalists for the Most Distinguished Student Work Category of the 2016 Digital Preservation Awards. The prestigious Digital Preservation Awards is a world-wide celebration of the achievements of those people and organisations who have made significant and innovative contributions to ensuring our generation’s digital legacy will be available tomorrow.