Two CDL projects are among a list of top ten digital preservation developments of 2012, according to Bill LeFurgy, Digital Initiatives Manager at the Library of Congress, DataUp and the End of Term Web Archive are included in this list.  Stated LeFurgy, “I cast a wide net and mustered my objectivity in picking activities with the potential for broad, collaborative impact in the world-wide effort to keep digital material available and accessible over time. The resulting list covers an assortment of practical, hands-on information, as well as tools for helping with outreach, program assessment and research data management.” 

See the full article at http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2013/01/top-10-digital-preservation-developments-of-2012/

Congratulations to our UC3 colleagues at CDL, along with our partners in these endeavors including the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Microsoft Research Connections and DataONE for DataUp; and Harvard University Library, Internet Archive, Library of Congress, University of North Texas Libraries and the U.S. Government Printing Office for the End of Term Web Archive.