DCH-RP features in SCAPE Newsletter


dchrp-scapeThe SCAPE project – Scalable Preservation Environments – just released the December 2013 edition of their newsletter.

DCH-RP features in this newsletter with an article presenting the project, its main objectives and the first outcomes.

The other topics included in the newsletter are:

  • The results of the last SCAPE Training Events
  • The description of some of the tools under development: Scout and ToMaR
  • An interview with Zeynep PEHLIVAN from University Pierre and Marie Curie (UPMC)
  • The programme of the next SCAPE Demonstrations
  • The outcomes of the SCAPE Developers Workshop
  • The upcoming events


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