The DPTP presents our one-day course Digitisation: From Project Management to Access. It’s to be held on 27 September 2016 at Senate House London.
Now open for booking! Register your place and pay on our Eventbrite page.
The course will cover the basics of digitisation, from the initial planning through project management to protecting and preserving the resulting digital assets for the long term. It explores preparation, project management, equipment/outsourcing, workflows and policies. It will also look at metadata, copyright and licensing, and managing access to the digitised content.
More information about the course content can be seen on this page.
DPC Offers Scholarships to Members for DPTP Training Courses
The Digital Preservation Coalition is pleased to offer four scholarships to its members to attend upcoming DPTP training courses from the DART team at ULCC. Two scholarships are offered to attend the DPTP: Digitisation course on 27th September 2016 to be held at Senate House, University of London, London.
How to Apply for a DPC Scholarship
Full details of the scholarships, eligibility criteria and application process can be found on the DPC website. All applications should be made using the relevant application form and must be received by 17:00 on Monday 12th September.
We are delighted to announce that the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) will offer two scholarships to attend the award winning Digital Preservation Training Programme in London.
The Digital Preservation Training Programme (DPTP) is designed for all those working in institutional information management who are grappling with fundamental issues of digital preservation. It has recently been redesigned and is now offered as two separate courses: a Beginner course and an Intermediate course. This round of applications will be for two scholarships to the Beginner course DPTP: An Introduction to Digital Preservation, 1st-2nd June 2015, at Senate House, University of London.
For more details please see the announcement on the DPC website.
More information about the Course
The next award winning Digital Preservation Training Programme will take place on 7-9 April 2014 at Room 2A, University of London Union, Malet Street. The cost of the course is £700 excluding VAT.
Booking now open!
- 50% of the fee will be refunded if you cancel within three weeks of the course.
- 20% of the fee will be refunded if you cancel within two weeks of the course.
- No refund if you cancel within one week of the course.
Click here to email the organisers direct about the next course.
The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is offering three scholarships so that DPC members and associates can attend the Digital Preservation Training Programme with ULCC in London at the School of Oriental and African Studies on 6th-8th March 2013.
Dates: 6-8th March 2013
Venue: School of Oriental and African Studies, London
See the attached announcement giving details of this programme .
We are very pleased to confirm that the next award winning Digital Preservation Training Programme will take place on the 6th, 7th,and 8th March, 2013, in SOAS, London. The cost of the course is £650 excluding VAT. Please book here.
We look forward to meeting you!
- The Digital Preservation Training Programme (DPTP) won the 2012 DPC award for Teaching and Communication. Left to right : Oliver Morley, Chief Executive, The National Archives. Matthew Woollard, Director, ESDS and UK Data Archive. Ed Pinsent, Senior Digital Archivist, ULCC. Patricia Sleeman, Senior Digital Archivist, ULCC.
The team behind the Digital Preservation Training Programme overcame tough international competition – from the likes of Library of Congress – to claim the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) Award for Teaching and Communications at a ceremony that celebrated DPC’s tenth anniversary earlier this week.
“Winning this prize is a fantastic validation of the work we have done with DPTP. We will continue our jargon-free, user-friendly approach to the subject and strive to improve the course even more in 2013. We are constantly adapting the course ac-cording to the needs of practitioners, and are delighted to receive this accolade,” said Patricia Sleeman and Ed Pinsent, DPTP’s course leaders.
DPTP started as a JISC funded project in 2005 and has now attracted over 250 students in a variety of roles and sectors ranging from education, charities, libraries, archives, central and local government to the commercial sector.
The course provides information of core digital preservation principles and equips participants with the knowledge of toolkits, systems and concepts, which they can use in their respective fields to implement digital preservation strategies.
Find out more about the DPTP’s Digital Preservation Award.
Places for the next DPTP course which takes place at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) next year from 6th – 8th of March can now be booked through the University’s online store.
In addition a number of half-day practical sessions on specialist topics are also being planned.
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We are so very delighted to have been nominated for a Digital Preservation Award. We have been shortlisted in the category:
For an outstanding contribution to teaching and communication in digital preservation in the last 2 years.
The other candidates include the
You can read more about us all here.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony on December 3rd 2012.
The Digital Preservation Coalition is pleased to offer three fully funded scholarships to attend the Digital Preservation Training Programme at the National Library of Ireland, Dublin, 2nd – 3rd October 2012. Attendance at the Digital Preservation Training Programme costs €530 per person (excluding VAT). However, the Digital Preservation Coalition is pleased to offer three full scholarships which meet the costs of the course. Applications are welcomed from DPC members and associates. The scholarship covers all tuition fees, course materials, access to online resources, lunch and refreshments. Travel, accommodation and subsistence are not funded.
This is the eighth time the DPC has offered scholarships to attend the course. Successful applicants will be asked to help promote the course and the work of the coalition. The DPC has supported a total of thirty five scholarships to attend this course. For more details please read here: http://www.dpconline.org/training/leadership-programme
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We are very pleased to confirm that the next Digital Preservation Training Programme will take place on the 2nd-3rd October 2012, in The National Library, Dublin. The timetable is available at NLI TimeTable. The cost of the course is €530 or £435 excluding VAT. Booking is now open.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions about the course.
We look forward to meeting you!
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We are very pleased to confirm that the next Digital Preservation Training Programme will take place on the 28th -30th May 2012, in SOAS, London. The cost of the course is £650 excluding VAT. Please book here.
We look forward to meeting you!