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Digisam releases its Guiding Principles in English


Digisam has released its Guiding Principles for Working with Digital Cultural Heritage

DCH-RP Questionnaire on the intermediate version of Roadmap for Preservation


DCH-RP Questionnaire on the intermediate version of Roadmap for Preservation is available online. Deadline postponed until 31st August.

DCH-RP project: Proofs of Concept


WP5 is the Work Package concerned with Proofs of Concepts (PoC): its aim is to validate via concrete experiments (following the SCRUM methodology) assumptions and concepts expressed in the DCH roadmap to preservation, which is the main goal of the project in general.

Survey on Partnerships Between Publishers & Cultural Heritage Institutions


This survey has been developed by EDItEUR, a partner in the DCH-RP project, to analyze the potential and the market for services provided by the e-infrastructures in the context of Digital Cultural Heritage.

Online Survey to improve the "Registry of Services & Tools"


This online survey is intended to help us selecting the 30-40 most relevant and used tools out of all the 140 tools which are contained in the DCH-RP Registry.

Read the Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter


The April 2014 Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter is now available.

EUDAT and DCH-RP for putting cultural Institutions in the driving seat of e-infrastructure


EUDAT and DCH-RP agreed to set up a common plan for the establishment of a Virtual Research Community for the Digital Preservation dedicated to the Digital Cultural Heritage (DCH) and Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) sectors, to be acknowledged at European level by the world of e-infrastructure.

Memorandum of Understanding between DCH-RP and ARIADNE project


9 January 2014 a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between DCH-RP and ARIADNE project

e-IRG’s White Paper 2013 published: Europe needs a e-Infrastructure Commons


A 2012 e-IRG Roadmap outlined a vision for the future of e-Infrastructures in Europe. Now, the e-IRG has published its 2013 White Paper, which takes the discussion one step further and proposes specific next steps.

Creative Commons 4.0: it’s here!


On the 26 of November 2013 Creative Commons (CC) announced that Version 4.0 of its licensing suite is now available for use worldwide

RDA is looking for Organisational Members


The Research Data Alliance (RDA — membership is open to organisational members. Organisational members of RDA may be research institutions; research infrastructure operators; research libraries; private sector, research data dependent companies; private sector companies that produce products and services relevant to international data interoperability; or simply organizations that support the RDA Vision and wish to engage in its work.

Horizon 2020’s first call


On December 11th the European Commission presented the first calls for projects under Horizon 2020, the European Union's 80 billion research and innovation programme.

Knowing SCAPE Project


The SCAPE project is developing scalable services for planning and execution of institutional preservation strategies on an open source platform that orchestrates semi-automated workflows for large-scale, heterogeneous collections of complex digital objects.

Parallel Semantic Search Across Multiple Repositories


Thanks to the collaboration between DCH-RP and CHAIN-REDS projects, a Parallel Semantic Search Engine has been integrated in the e-Culture Science Gateway.

Il patrimonio Culturale Digitale verso Horizon 2020


At the Istituto Luigi Sturzo took place the conference "Il Patrimonio Culturale Digitale verso Horizon 2020"