Digital Preservation Training

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 provides the skills and knowledge necessary for institutions to combine organisational and technological perspectives, and devise an appropriate response to the challenges that digital preservation needs present. DPTP is operated and organised by the University of London Computer Centre, with contributions from leading experts in the field.

Individual places are available on courses organised around the country or we can provide a bespoke version of the course to meet the specific needs of your organisation.

The following institutions have attended our course: The British Library, The National Archives, Tate Gallery, European Central Bank, European Commission, The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), India well as various other national and international public and private bodies. Please visit our website to find out more about DPTP and register your interest in our courses.

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Case Studies

American University of Beirut

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The American University of Beirut (AUB) has been awarded a grant from the European Union Tempus Programme to fund the development of a professional diploma program for green technologies in Lebanon and Egypt, entitled PRO-GREEN-Joint/Dual Professional Graduate Diploma and Professional Degree in Green Technologies.
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Royal College of Midwives

With approximately 45,000 members (90% of all UK midwives), the RCM provide workplace advice, support, guidance, information and learning opportunities through a broad range of events, conference and online resources. As an organisation run by and for midwives and maternity support workers they now provide greater access to continuing professional...
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University of East London

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Following the announcement of new data polices, the University of East London (UEL) looked to ULCC with their wealth of expertise, to develop an EPrints repository which could meet the needs of the university.
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