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April 15, 2020

COPPUL is pleased to announce the appointment of Deborah Lee to the position of Indigenous Knowledge Coordinator. Deborah will be joining COPPUL on a secondment from the University of Saskatchewan, 2 days per week for a 3-year term, effective June 01, 2020.

August 2, 2019

COPPUL is seeking an Indigenous Knowledge Coordinator. This is a one-year 0.5 FTE position and may be filled as a contract, intern or secondment opportunity.

August 2, 2019

The COPPUL Digital Stewardship Network (CDSN) Steering Committee is very pleased to announce its new members for 2019:

July 31, 2019

The COPPUL Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Ms. Vivian Stieda will be COPPUL’s next Executive Director. As of August 5, 2019, Ms.

June 24, 2019

VANCOUVER June 24, 2018 - COPPUL is pleased to announce that Archivematica-as-a-Service is now being offered to members of the Council of Atlantic University Libraries - Conseil des bibliothèques universitaires de l’Atlantique (CAUL-CBUA).

June 6, 2019

Please join us for the next COPPUL Digital Stewardship Network webinar!

When: Thursday, June 13th at 12 pm PDT / 2 pm CDT

How to connect:

June 6, 2019

The COPPUL Digital Stewardship Network (CDSN) delivers tools and services to help members build digital preservation capacity and undertake effective digital preservation activities, and it helps connect those activities with regional, national

June 4, 2019

Videos and presentations from the March 2019 "Sorting Libraries Out" symposium are now available on the conference website. Photos and summaries of group discussions will be added in the coming weeks. 

May 29, 2019

At their Fall 2018 meeting in Regina, COPPUL Directors opted to refresh our strategic directions, affirming that the main areas of focus identified for 2016-18 (collections, digital preservation, Indigenous knowledge) continue to align with the vision for the 2019-21 period.

May 24, 2019

The Canadian Web Archiving Coalition (CWAC) is sponsoring the following webinar, which will explore the First Nations principles of OCAP® (“a set of standards that establish how First Nations data should be collec