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Vacancy for a Digital Archivist at HSBC

8 February 2018

London, UK

Fixed Term

Vacancy for Collections Systems Specialist at BFI

4 February 2018

Berkhamsted, UK

£28,767- £33,657

Full-Time

PhD Research Placement Opportunity at the British Library

19 February 2018

London or Boston Spa

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Beyond the Repository - Final report now available

Added on 16 January 2018

In 2017, Northwestern University Libraries and the University of California San Diego Library investigated the integration of local digital repository services with distributed preservation networks, such as The Digital Preservation Network (DPN), Chronopolis, and the Academic Preservation Trust (APTrust).

This research was funded through the IMLS planning grant, “Beyond the Repository: Integrating Local Preservation Systems with National Distribution Services" LG-72-16-0135-16.

The team is very happy to announce that the final report on this project is now available at https://arch.library.northwestern.edu/concern/generic_works/00000009gand would like to thank all contributors.

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Shaping the future of audiovisual archiving: New international think tank identifies strategic priorities for the field

Added on 15 January 2018

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision today is publishing its new White Paper, Towards a New Audiovisual Think Tank for Audiovisual Archivists and Cultural Heritage Professionals. The White Paper identifies strategic priorities for audiovisual archiving in the coming decade and puts forward 10 concrete recommendations for collective action.

Hilversum, January 11, 2018. The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision is releasing its new White Paper, Towards a New Audiovisual Think Tank for Audiovisual Archivists and Cultural Heritage Professionals. The White Paper, the first effort from a new ‘AV Think Tank’ on audiovisual archiving initiated by Sound and Vision, aims to facilitate stakeholders active in the preservation of audiovisual heritage to identify their strategic priorities over the coming decade. The paper also puts forward 10 recommendations for collective action to address these priorities.

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