Thank you for your interest in joining the BCC!

When you join the BitCurator Consortium (BCC), your membership dollars directly support the ongoing development of the BitCurator software environment and the BitCurator user community.

Here are some ways to learn more about the BCC and get involved:

  1. Learn about our vision, governance structure, and history
  2. Attend a BitCurator Users Forum – you don’t need to be a member to attend!
  3. Find workflows, documentation, presentations, and case studies created by our community
  4. Join our newsletter mailing list
  5. See the Get Involved page for information about membership benefits and fees
  6. Get in touch with the Community Facilitator to join or get answers to your membership questions

Additionally, the resources below may be of interest to prospective BCC members.

BitCurator Consortium Documentation

BitCurator Support Q&A

Tammy Troup, David Cirella, Dianne Dietrich, Andy Foster, Sam Sfirri, Alison Rhonemus, Jess Whyte, and Kam Woods

The BitCurator community support model relies on: you, the community, the BitCurator Users Google Group for user support, and GitHub to track issues that require development Where can I go for BitCurator support? The BitCurator Users Google Group. The BitCurator Environment Wiki, including the QuickStart … Read more →

WARC Preservation Community Discussion with the Digital Preservation Coalition

03.25.22 | Zoom

The BitCurator Consortium and the Digital Preservation Coalition’s Web Archiving & Preservation Working Group are hosting a community discussion on preservation of WARCs (the Web ARChive file format) on June 14 at 12pm ET | 4pm UTC. (See your local time for this event) The … Read more →

Interested in Getting Involved? Learn More about the BCC Membership Committee!

Annalise Berdini

History of the Membership Committee In Fall 2018 to Spring 2019 the BCC Membership Working Group, consisting of members of the Executive Council (EC), met regularly to consider fiscal changes to the BCC’s membership structure. They created benchmark documentation to assess member benefits and rates … Read more →

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