Monthly Archives: June 2014

The long journey of the research penny

National governments and ministries of research and education have an interest to see their money travel far, and not only as far as the unexplored edges of science. The real target is eternity. To achieve eternity, research funding bodies across … Continue reading

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Walking in our shoes! Training the trainers in digital preservation

This blog is co-written with our former colleague Laurence Horton (London School of Economics and Political Science). It is based on a workshop presented at Archiving 2014, Berlin and IASSIST 2014, Toronto. “Digital preservation isn’t my job. Leave it to … Continue reading

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