The DPSC (Digital Preservation Services Collaborative) Planning Project is assessing how a collaborative, open-source, community-supported, values-based approach to distributed digital preservation can be resilient, sustainable, inclusive, extensible, and adaptable to end user needs.

We invite you to complete our survey, which will inform the design of a future collaborative service model among the DPSC partners. We have questions about your organization's digital preservation workflows, staffing levels, research and development priorities, infrastructure requirements, advocacy strategies, and desired cost models.

We are seeking responses from digital preservation practitioners, as well as individuals who are tasked with making decisions about digital preservation and third-party services at their organizations. 

The survey is available now and will be open until May 5, 2023 at 11:59pm CDT. A full list of the questions included is available for viewing. The survey is open to all, and we would encourage you to share with your colleagues, as appropriate.

Click here to learn more about the DPSC Planning Project. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact the project team at [log in to unmask].

Best regards,
Hannah Wang, Project Director

*please excuse cross-posting*

Hannah Wang | she/her/hers
Program Officer for Digital Infrastructure, Educopia Institute
Working from Oak Park, IL

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