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iPRES 2016 Blog | Panel Session – Challenges and Benefits of a Collaboration of the Collaborators

Paul Young has been Digital Archivist at the National Archives for just over a year, dealing with the ingest of Born-Digital records and undertaking file format research for PRONOM. Paul attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme. There will be a series of blog posts from iPRES 2016 by the scholarship recipients, make sure to check the DPC website over the next two weeks for more.

HSBC UK Corporate Archivist Vacancy

Post: UK Corporate Archivist Contract: Permanent, Full-time Location: London Closing date: Friday 4 November 2016, 09:00 This is an exciting opportunity to join HSBC's team of archivists spanning London, Hong Kong, Paris and New York. The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of the unit's activities.

Looking forward to CHNT Vienna

Next month, the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) are contributing to an exciting session at the CHNT conference in Vienna: Preservation and re-use of digital archaeological research data with open archival information systems.

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.

iPRES 2016 Blog | Keynote: Sabine Himmelsbach, House of Electronic Arts

Hannah Smith is the digital archive officer at Historic Environment Scotland. She joined the digital archive in 2015, although has worked for HES (previously RCAHMS) since 2011. Currently work is focused on implementing our new Trusted Digital Repository software. Hannah attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme. There will be a series of blog posts from iPRES 2016 by the scholarship recipients, make sure to check the DPC website over the next two weeks for more.

iPRES 2016 Blog | Session – Digital Art Preservation

Simon Whibley is digital preservation officer at the British Library. He joined the digital preservation team in 2015, although he has worked at the Library since 2000. His work within the team is currently focused on internal communications, including the delivery of a digital preservation training programme and the Flashback project looking to preserve legacy digital library content stored on physical media. Simon attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme.

iPRES 2016 Blog | Keynote: Dr David Bosshart

Simon Whibley is digital preservation officer at the British Library. He joined the digital preservation team in 2015, although he has worked at the Library since 2000. His work within the team is currently focused on internal communications, including the delivery of a digital preservation training programme and the Flashback project looking to preserve legacy digital library content stored on physical media. Simon attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme.

iPRES 2016 Blog: Panel Session – OAIS for All of Us

I’m Chris Grygiel, Digital Archivist at Leeds University Special Collections, I’m currently developing workflows for processing our digital collections. Chris attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme. This is the first in a series of blog posts from iPRES 2016 by the scholarship recipients, make sure to check the DPC website over the next two weeks for more.

iPRES 2016 Blog | Panel Session – Software Sustainability and Preservation

Paul Young has been Digital Archivist at the National Archives for just over a year, dealing with the ingest of Born-Digital records and undertaking file format research for PRONOM. Paul attended iPRES 2016 with support from the DPC's Leadership Programme. There will be a series of blog posts from iPRES 2016 by the scholarship recipients, make sure to check the DPC website over the next two weeks for more.

DPC Announces ‘Making Progress with Digital Preservation Roadshows for 2016, Registration Open

The DPC is pleased to announce the schedule for its ‘Making Progress with Digital Preservation’ roadshow series for 2016, which will visit Dublin, Edinburgh and London. Registration is now open for all events. About ‘Making Progress….’ The day long ‘Making Progress...’ roadshow moves beyond initial steps outlined in the DPC’s ‘Getting Started…’ series to help participants establish sustainable digital preservation programmes and make informed preservation decisions.

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.

Call for Submissions for PhD Workshop hosted by PERICLES

As part of the 'Acting on Change: New Approaches and Future Practices in Digital Preservation' conference later this year, the PERICLES project will host a PhD workshop on 2 December 2016. PhD students who are pursuing research related to the challenges of digital preservation are warmly invited to participate. This workshop will provide doctoral students a rare opportunity to learn, develop, and share their research ideas in a highly competent, critical but supportive environment.

Usage Statistics

Did you know that if you have digital resources in tDAR you can find out how many people have viewed or downloaded your files? Here’s how to see your usage stats: Log in to tdar Navigate to a resource of yours that you would like to see stats for (you can view an individual resource as well as a collection or project). Click on “usage” on the secondary menu bar. For individual resources you will see a line graph displaying views and downloads for the resource’s history.