Dr William Kilbride

  • Honorary Lecturer, Honorary Research Fellow (History)

telephone: 0141 330 4522
email: William.Kilbride@glasgow.ac.uk

Room 109, Hatii, 11 University Gardens

Publications

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Number of items: 2.

2017

Kilbride, W. (2017) 3D4Ever: why is it so hard to talk about the preservation of 3D data? Journal of the Institute of Conservation, 40(2), pp. 183-189. (doi: 10.1080/19455224.2017.1317006)

2015

Thomson, S. D. and Kilbride, W. (2015) Preserving Social Media: the Problem of Access. In: 1st Annual Digital Preservation in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Dublin, Ireland, 26-27 Jul 2015,

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Number of items: 3.

Articles

Kilbride, W. (2017) 3D4Ever: why is it so hard to talk about the preservation of 3D data? Journal of the Institute of Conservation, 40(2), pp. 183-189. (doi: 10.1080/19455224.2017.1317006)

Conference Proceedings

Thomson, S. D. and Kilbride, W. (2015) Preserving Social Media: the Problem of Access. In: 1st Annual Digital Preservation in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Dublin, Ireland, 26-27 Jul 2015,

Key Findings

Konstantelos, L., Hughes, L. and Kilbride, W. The bits liveth forever? Digital preservation and the first world war commemoration. [Key Findings]

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Additional information

William is Executive Director of the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC), a global not-for-profit membership organization providing community engagement, advocacy, workforce development, capacity, good practice and standards in digital preservation.  William started his career in archaeology in the 1990s when the discipline‚Äôs enthusiasm for new technology outstripped its capacity to manage the resulting data.  He joined the DPC from Glasgow Museums where he was research manager for history and before that was Assistant Director of the Archaeology Data Service at the University of York.  He was previously a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Glasgow where he retains an honorary position.