- The SCAPE Project has closed on 2014-09-30. See Past Events above.
The technical preservation workflows developed by preservation experts and practitioners in SCAPE involve activities such as format migration, feature extraction, validation, and comparison of digital items. A characteristic of these workflows is that they typically depend on a range of … Continue reading
The SCAPE project has developed three business case templates to support potential users understand the business context of implementing SCAPE tools in their organisation. The templates provide a detailed overview of the benefits, costs and risks of three SCAPE technologies: … Continue reading
SCAPE and APARSEN have joined forces and will be hosting the workshop ‘Digital Preservation Sustainability at the EU Level’ in connection with the conference ‘Digital Libraries 2014’ (DL2014). This is a combined conference for the previous Joint Conference on Digital … Continue reading
As we are entering the final months of the SCAPE project a new and updated general presentation about the project has been made. The presentation describes SCAPE, its developments and achievements as well as plans for sustaining the project results.
SCAPE invites you to visit a SCAPE partner to be introduced to some of the developments within the project. The Demonstration visits will take place during May/early June 2014. To schedule a visit, please send an email to Jette Junge, … Continue reading
The SCAPE project is happy to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with DCH-RP, Digital Cultural Heritage Roadmap for Preservation, which is a coordination action supported by EC FP7 e-Infrastructures Programme, launched to look at best practice … Continue reading
Thank you all for your participation! The survey was a success with more than 350 participations. Results will be published on SCAPE deliverable D12.2 – Final version of the Preservation Watch Component, to be available on SCAPE deliverables page. So … Continue reading