The following organisations and companies have kindly provided the sponsorship without which this event could not take place:-
Software Sustainability Institute
The Software Sustainability Institute works with researchers to identify and shape the software considered to be important to research. SSI provide a range of free and paid-for services which ensure that software is maintained, made available to a wider user base and its potential for sustainability is maximised.
Symplectic is a leading developer of integrated research information management systems.
The aim of the Digital Preservation Coalition is to secure the preservation of digital resources in the UK and to work with others internationally to secure our global digital memory and knowledge base.
University of Southampton – EPrints Services
The University of Southampton EPrints Services team are committed to working closely with clients to develop tailor-made repositories that fulfill their exact requirements, and are proud to be supporting EPrints installations throughout the world. Find out more on the EPrints Services pages.
One of the joint hosts for the Repository Fringe. The Digital Curation Centre provides expert advice and practical help to anyone in UK higher education and research wanting to store, manage, protect and share digital research data.
Another of the joint hosts for the Repository Fringe. EDINA is the Jisc-designated national data centre at the University of Edinburgh.
University of Edinburgh – Library and University Collections
The last of the joint hosts for the Repository Fringe. Responsible for managing the university’s physical and digital collections, the Library & University Collections has four sections: Researching and Learning Services, Collections Development and Management, Special Collections and Museums. Find out more on the Library and University Collections pages.
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