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Connections Newsletter - December 2016

The December issue of Connections features Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis working together with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to preserve the rich history of the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” back to its brickyard beginnings in 1908. Mary Molinaro comments on DPN’s first operational year and the production version 2.0 release is discussed. News from around the preservation community is also shared. Be sure to check out the issue here.

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Connections Newsletter - October 2016

In this issue of Connections, the preservation of notable civil rights oral history interviews is featured. DPN’s COO also shares a resource that speaks to the preservation community working to design scalable and cost effective solutions for institutions of all sizes. And, news from around the preservation community is shared. Be sure to check out the issue here.

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Connections Newsletter - August 2016

In this issue of Connections, our Metadata Standards Working Group shares how they are working to outline the standards that DPN will follow for preservation. As well, two new board members are introduced, the DPN v2.0 software release is discussed, and news from around the preservation community is shared. Be sure to check out the issue here

Updates, Newsletter

Initial Connections Newsletter Published

We are thrilled to publish the first issue of our Connections newsletter. The purpose of Connections is to serve the digital preservation community and to highlight the great work being accomplished by DPN members. If you know of anything that the community would appreciate or benefit from knowing, we would love to hear from you. Please drop us a note with your ideas or information at connections@dpn.org. Thank you!

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Business Model Working Group Highlighted in Newsletter

DPN’s May newsletter was published today and distributed via pdf to all member organizations. Updates from each of the working groups were included and DPN’s pre-PASIG half-day technical workshop in Washington, DC was highlighted. All DPN members are encouraged to send representatives to the workshop to help advance the Network’s technical implementation. You can reference the newsletter with this link.