Award Winners: NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation Group

This year’s World Digital Preservation Day (#WDPD) was the biggest yet! With outpourings of research, achievements, practical advice, and fun it was hard to believe that there were also awards as part of that process.

On 05 November, the NDSA’s Levels of Digital Preservation Reboot was the recipient of one of the Digital Preservation Coalition’s Digital Preservation Award! We won in the ICA-sponsored category for Collaboration and Cooperation – the first time it has been awarded!  This honor is collectively bestowed on the many of you who helped craft and refine the Levels and we hope your continued ideas, and enthusiasm will keep the momentum going. Thank you for all your hard work! For an overview, background, and charge for the Levels, see my blog post that speaks to leveraging such a high level of collaborative energy.

~ Bradley Daigle, Levels of Digital Preservation Steering Group Lead

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