1. What is a Record? Differing visions and perspectives

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    August 8, 2018 by elomas1

    We all require access to original, authentic, usable records. However, a major issue facing society is the extent to which …
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  2. Managing your digital footprint infographic

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    July 29, 2018 by elomas1

    Every device we use captures some digital evidence so we have developed an infographic to raise awareness of how our …
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  3. Infographics supporting the development of an R&D agenda to sustain the digital evidence base through time

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    July 18, 2018 by elomas1

    We’re delighted that the infographics from the RecordDNA network are now produced. These outputs are aimed at difference audiences and …
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  4. Nick Thomas-Symonds MP – Speech at Westminster event

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    December 15, 2017 by juliemcleod2015

    Speaking at the network’s dissemination event in Westminster on 30 Nov 2017, Nick Thomas-Symonds MP, and Co-Chair of the All …
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  5. Engaging event in Westminster, 30 Nov 2017

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    December 8, 2017 by juliemcleod2015

    Almost 50 people gathered in the Jubilee Room in Westminster to hear about and comment on the network’s achievements. The …
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  6. RecordDNA event on Int. Digital Preservation Day

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    November 17, 2017 by juliemcleod2015

    We have finalised arrangements for our third network event on 30 November 2017, 11-1pm in the Jubilee Hall, Westminster which …
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  7. More about Workshop 2…

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    September 30, 2017 by elomas1

    Following the first activity on the components of a record (https://recorddna.wordpress.com/2017/07/23/workshop-2-newcastle-20-july-2017/) we went on to envisage and describe the ‘ideal’ …
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‘In the digital era what is the concept of the record and what implications are there for the usability of the future evidence base?’