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William Kilbride
Executive Director
Digital Preservation Coalition


William is Executive Director of the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC). He joined the DPC from Glasgow Museums, where he initiated work on digital preservation and access to aspects of the city's growing digital collections. Previously he was Assistant Director of the Archaeology Data Service at the University of York and a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Glasgow.

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Most frequently used terms in this author's articles (ordered by total usage / articles): "portal", "archives", "digital preservation", "cree", "wsrp", "data", "the national archives", "search technology", "java", "preservation". See interactive data charts for more details on all tags associated with this author.

Profile last updated: 
January 2010

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Number of Ariadne articles written (or co-written) by this author: 2.

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The Digital Preservation Roadshow 2009-10: The Incomplete Diaries of Optimistic Travellers

William Kilbride and Malcolm Todd report on the Digital Preservation Roadshow - an eleven month tour of the UK and Ireland designed to provide archivists and record managers with practical advice and support in managing digital resources.

issue62 January 2010

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Developing Portal Services and Evaluating How Users Want to Use Them: The CREE Project

Chris Awre, Matthew J Dovey, Jon Hunter, William Kilbride and Ian Dolphin describe the JISC-funded Contextual Resource Evaluation Environment (CREE) Project and its user and technical investigations to examine how users wish to use library search services.

issue41 October 2004

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