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Our purpose at CoSector - University of London is to enhance and enrich the student experience, through our own products and services and supporting our customers and partners in the education sector. Our impact can be seen in a variety of ways from providing digital learning expertise, wireless network connectivity in student housing or getting graduates into jobs.
 
Queen Mary, University of London is one of the UK's leading research-focused higher education institutions. With around 16,900 students and 3,800 staff, we are one of the biggest University of London colleges. We teach and research across a wide range of subjects in the humanities, social sciences, law, medicine and dentistry, and science and engineering. Based in a creative and culturally diverse area of east London, we are the only London university able to offer a completely integrated re ...
 
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International security; war in the Middle East; the Europe Union and the economic boom in Latin American are some of the headline-grabbing topics that our experts commentate on. For UK news, they often speak to journalists on public policy, British party politics and constitutional matters.
 
CoSector Digital Preservation expert Ed Pinsent and guest Research Technologies expert Rory McNicholl discuss the key issues surrounding the preservation of research data, whilst also providing some insight into the upcoming January 2017 Course.저자 CoSector - University of London
 
In episode 7 of our DART podcast I sat down with Ed and Steph to discuss the work they've both done on updating the AIDA (Assessing Institutional Digital Assets) toolkit. Kevin Ashley and Ed completed this JISC-funded project in 2009, and the idea was it could be used by any University – i.e. an Institution – to assess its own capability for managi…
 
For the sixth episode of our DART podcast series, my colleague Steph and I journeyed to Burlington House, the home of The Linnean Society since 1873, to meet with Elaine Charwat, Deputy Librarian for a private tour of its collections.After a private tour of the environmentally controlled, bomb-proof room, deep in the basement of the society which h…
 
In our first episode of 2016 I sat down with Steph Taylor and Ed Pinsent to talk about their new, and free, OAIS online course. We discussed: why they decided to make the OAIS reference model their first short online course; why OAIS is a useful starting point for people who wish to understand digital preservation; and how the reference model could…
 
Our latest DART podcast interview contains a compelling and fascinating interview with Dr Marta Teperek, the Research Data Facilitator at Cambridge University Library’s Research Operations Office. She attended our May Web-Archiving 101 Course (featuring guest speakers Dr Peter Webster and Sara Day Thomson) and seemed to derive a lot of benefit from…
 
In our second DART podcast, I got together with Stephanie Taylor, Ed Pinsent and Peter Webster of Webster Research & Consulting, to discuss web archiving – what is it, why it's important to just about everybody, and why the web is not 'preserving itself' - and our upcoming 1-day course 'Web Archiving 101' (Find out more here: http://bit.ly/WA_101)P…
 
In our inaugural podcast session I caught up with Stephanie Taylor and Ed Pinsent to discuss the recent BBC interview with Google's Vint Cerf by Pallab Ghosh (Science correspondent, BBC News), their views on the digital dark age and the response by the digital preservation community, spearheaded by William Kilbride and the Digital Preservation Coal…
 
The past year has been especially exciting for us -- we joined the Russell Group of leading UK universities, testament to our enduring excellence in research and teaching; we were at the centre of this summer's memorable sporting and cultural events; and we also celebrated the 125th anniversary of the People's Palace.…
 
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