Our new digital capacity building strategy sets out an ambitious plan of programmes, training and resources to support the archives sector meet its digital ambitions. It sets out a plan for three business years of work and will be delivered from 2019 to 2022.
Our Plugged In, Powered Up strategy reflects issues and priorities identified through a large scale survey of over 300 archive professionals, carried out with Jisc at the beginning of 2019 and a series of focus groups, challenge panels and desk research.
These case studies offer practical examples of how archive services have implemented digital preservation processes and systems in their organisations.
We have created a series of Plugged In, Powered Up advocacy resources to help explain the importance of developing digital preservation, access and engagement skills across the sector.
We have commissioned the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) to create Novice to Know-How, an online training resource as part of our Plugged In, Powered Up strategy.
Archivists are working together to support each other’s digital ambitions as part of Plugged In, Powered Up.
As part of Plugged in Powered Up, we have commissioned guidance on digital preservation workflows.
Active digital preservation can be defined in four stages: select and transfer, ingest, preserve and access.
Develop how you use your collections to tell stories online and engage audiences in different ways.