Our Digital Preservation Community Survey is now open! The survey is designed to capture community approaches to digital preservation, identify the tools you rely on and which resources you use to support your work.
The results will be fully anonymised so that individual institutions cannot be identified. Both the findings and anonymised data will be published openly; this will enable you to carry out your own analysis of the results and benchmark your practice with others. The survey deadline has been extended until Friday 7 February 2020.
A printable copy of the survey questions (please complete the survey in the link above to submit it to us).
The findings of the OPF Digital Preservation Survey 2015 are now available to download. They accompany our poster at the iPRES 2015 Conference.