Keeping Research Data Safe shortlisted for Digital Preservation Awards

The shortlist for the Digital Preservation Awards has been announced  this month  and we are very pleased that the work undertaken by the Keeping Research Data Safe (KRDS) partners in disseminating tools and key learning from the KRDS research projects has been recognised.

The shortlist for an outstanding contribution to teaching and communication in digital preservation in the last 2 years is as follows :

  • The Digital Preservation Training Programme, University of London Computing Centre
  • The Signal, Library of Congress
  • Keeping Research Data Safe Project, Charles Beagrie Ltd and partners
  • Digital Archaeology Exhibition, Story Worldwide Ltd

Keeping Research Data Safe has been funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee and the work undertaken by Charles Beagrie Ltd in partnership with 10 UK organisations (the Archaeology Data Service, the University of London Computer Centre, the UK Data Archive, UKOLN/DCC at the University of Bath, and the universities of  Cambridge, King’s College London, Oxford, Southampton, and UCL) together with OCLC Research in the USA.

The winners of the Digital Preservation Awards will be announced on 3rd December.

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