Help SPN Create a Toolkit for Software Preservation Research

Research Working Group Progress Report, August 9, 2017 Alexandra Chassanoff, Wendy Hagenmaier, Jessica Meyerson, Katherine Thornton, Cynde Moya, Christa Williford For decades, researchers and practitioners in information science, digital preservation, and allied...

Exploring Curation-ready Software: Use Cases

Curation Ready Software Working Group progress report, April 14, 2017 Fernando Rios, Bridget Almas, Nicole Contaxis, Paula Jabloner, Heidi Kelly DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/8RZ9E The Curation Ready Software working group endeavors to develop use-case driven guidelines for...

Software Preservation for Cultural Heritage study

The SPN project today publishes the “Software Preservation for Cultural Heritage” survey. The survey is a tool for gathering empirical data about archives, museums, and libraries’ experiences with appraising, accessioning, describing, and providing access to...

SPN grant project begins today

Today is the official first day of the Software Preservation Network (SPN) project. It starts today, and the planning grant will end on September 30, 2016. What will happen in between now and then? Head on over to our About page, which lists the project’s...

Award News

It’s official! Cal Poly State University and the University of Texas at Austin have been awarded a 2015 National Leadership Grants for Libraries grant for the project “The Software Preservation Network” by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. We’re so excited...