CRL nominated for UK Preservation Award.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

CRL's work with the Digital Curation Center (DCC), nestor, and Digital Preservation Europe has resulted in a joint nomination for an award by the UK's Institute of Conservation for extraordinary work in the field of conservation. The TRAC checklist was included along with the nestor certification criteria and the DCC DRAMBORA toolkit as complementary methods for the self assessment, audit and certification of digital repository infrastructures. The award winners will be announced at the British Museum on September 27, 2007.

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