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UKOLNUnited Kingdom Office for Library and Information Networking
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I sometimes update UKOLN's @IWMW on our annual Institutional Web Management Workshop.
The 2009 award winner will join the ranks of previous victors, including; Natalie Ceeney, chief executive of The National Archives, Neil Infield, now at The British Library, Roddy McLeod of Heriot-Watt University and Brian Kelly, the UK web focus for UKOLN.
(7.) The PATCH Consortium is comprised of Koninklijke Bibliotheek (The Netherlands), consortium leader; British Library (United Kingdom); UK National Archives (United Kingdom); Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (France); Bibliotheque National de France (France); University of Leeds (United Kingdom); Digital Preservation Coalition (United Kingdom); IBM-Nederland (The Netherlands); Die Deutsche Bibliothek (Germany); University of Bath, UKOLN (United Kingdom); Bibliotheek Technische Universiteit Delft (The Netherlands); Nationaal Archief (The Netherlands); Det Kongelige Bibliotek (Denmark); Statsbibliotheket (Denmark); Kungliga Biblioteket (Sweden); Schweizerische Landesbibliothek (Switzerland); and Statens Arkiver (Denmark).
The JISC maintains the profile and it is hosted on the UKOLN website.
Previous victors include Neil Infield, now at the British Library, Roddy McLeod of Heriot-Watt University, Brian Kelly, the UK web focus for UKOLN, and our 2008 winner Natalie Ceeney, chief executive of the National Archives.
Bath, UK: UKOLN. Retrieved February 10, 2005, from AIW01.html.
The JISC-funded research project--Enhanced Tagging for Discovery or EnTag for short--was led by UKOLN. It set out to discover what sort of assistance worked best for readers and authors.
The call recognized that "Past digitisation programmes tended to operate in an environment where technologies were relatively immature and unstable, therefore suggesting a research-orientated approach to the management of digitisation activity." Following a successful bid the project (which was renamed "QA Focus") was provided initially by UKOLN (a national center of expertise in digital information management based at the University of Bath) in conjunction with the Institute of Learning and Research Technology (ILRT) based at the University of Bristol (ILRT is the host organization for the SOSIG service.) UKOLN and ILRT are located close to each other and have been involved in a number of joint activities, including the EU-funded DESIRE project (DESIRE, 2000a).