Registration now open for Aye Preserve in Glasgow - 30 November 2017

Added on 12 October 2017

Registration is now open for the second meeting of Aye Preserve – a gathering to discuss issues of digital preservation among a network of peers in Glasgow and the West of Scotland. After the event, the DPC will launch the Digitally Endangered Bit List – stay tuned for more!

More about Aye Preserve and to register.

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Vacancy for Curation & Discovery Manager at the University of Kent

23 October 2017

Canterbury, UK.

£39,992 - £47,722


Vacancy for Research Data Manager at Lancaster University

31 October 2017

Lancaster, UK.

£33,518 to £38,832


Vacancy for Digital Content Manager at Wellcome Collection

16 October 2017

Digital Content Manager

£50,000 plus benefits

Vacancy for a Project Support Officer at BL Labs, British Library

16 October 2017

St. Pancras, London

£26,000 per annum pro rata


REMINDER: Entries to the 'Bit List' of Digitally Endangered Species close tomorrow

Added on 29 September 2017

There are just 24 hours left until the deadline for entries to ‘Bit List’ of Digitally Endangered Species. Once the nominations have been collected and collated, an international panel of digital preservation experts will evaluate the entries, before arriving at their final list which will be published in conjunction with International Digital Preservation Day (IDPD17) on 30th November. 

The last date for entries is Saturday 30th September.

Examples might include content which has no obvious long-term home (such as the digital archives of community groups), different digital formats (for example: websites running Flash as the plugin becomes obsolete), or content where the value is recognized but the efforts to preserve have been incomplete (such as scientific e-journals).  Nominations might combine all of these themes, such as personal social media content as there is still so little in place to capture the volume, complexity and context of this information.

The publication of the Bit List is the Digital Preservation Coalition's (DPC) contribution to the first IDPD17, taking place in just over two months. Data creators, curators and consumers from around the world are invited to contribute and prepare to share stories of their own 'digital preservation day' in celebration of the opportunities created by digital materials.

Make your Nomination 

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