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The Danish National Archives, the State and University Library, the Royal Library and the Danish Film Institute are pleased to announce the release of a new website, www.digitalbevaring.dk, which shares knowledge about digital preservation. The site is aimed at archives, libraries and museums responsible for the preservation of digital collections, but we hope that people […]
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The Open Planets Foundation (OPF) and the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) are joining forces to encourage the UK’s leading Higher Education (HE) institutions to take up a central role in European wide efforts to preserve our digital heritage. Announced at last week’s iPres conference in Vienna, JISC are to become a charter member of […]
The Open Planets Foundation (OPF) will host a round-table discussion at iPres 2010. It will take place on Wednesday 22 September at 17:30 – 19.00 at the Austrian National Library. Digital preservation practitioners are invited to join us to: Learn how Planets tools and services are being implemented in national libraries and archives. Find out […]
Planets is delighted to announce that Bram van der Werf has been appointed as Executive Director of the Open Planets Foundation. Bram will take up his appointment on 1st June 2010. As Executive Director of the newly established Open Planets Foundation, Bram will work closely with the Board of Directors and members to define and deliver the organisation’s strategic plan. […]
Unlike parchment and paper, digital data has a life span of years not millennia 3 billion euros worth of vital data is already being lost every year in the EU alone New international consortium known as the Open Planets Foundation (OPF) formed to tackle preservation challenge Covering everything from medical records to family photos, current estimates suggest […]