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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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NISO Webinar: Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content
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As more and more artifacts of our cultural heritage and scholarly work product become digitally created and disseminated, long-term preservation becomes increasingly challenging for archives, …

As more and more artifacts of our cultural heritage and scholarly work product become digitally created and disseminated, long-term preservation becomes increasingly challenging for archives, libraries and other memory organizations. To help these institutions fulfill their mission, software manufacturers and service providers have developed specialized digital preservation solutions for a variety of scholarly and cultural materials. These solutions utilize many of the current standards and best practices for assuring the authenticity, findability, accessibility and usability of digital content.

NISO is pleased to host a 90-minute webinar that will present an overview of several digital preservation standards, describe how preservation is distinct from general repository maintenance, and describe preservation applications in multiple environments.

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  • 1. http://www.niso.org/news/events/2011/nisowebinars/preservation/ Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content September 14, 2011Speakers: Amy Kirchhoff, Ido Peled, and Marie-Elise Waltz
  • 2. Preservation Standards (& Specifications) (&& Best Practices)Discoverable, Available, Accessible: Preserving Digital Content NISO Webinar By Amy Kirchhoff Archive Service Product Manager, Portico, JSTOR September 14, 2011
  • 3. Amy Kirchhoff Archive Service Product Manager Portico, JSTOR amy.kirchhoff@ithaka.org 609-986-22183 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 4. Portico - Third Party Preservation Portico is among the largest community- supported digital archives in the world. Working with libraries, publishers, and funders, we preserve e- journals, e-books, and other electronic scholarly content to ensure researchers and students will have access to it in the future. Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 5. Portico – Preserved Content Preserved Content »  E-journal titles 9,190 »  E-book titles 12,733 »  D-collections 12 »  E-journal files 223,993,405 »  E-book files 869,888 »  D-collection files 83,178,138 »  Total Archive 308,729,560 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 6. Standards are Great: Everyone Should Have One! Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 7. 20 Minutes on Standards7 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 8. 8 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 9. Needed Standards Existing Standards9 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 10. Standards Portico Uses10 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 11. Context: Digital Preseravtion Digital preservation is the series of management policies and activities necessary to ensure the enduring usability, authenticity, discoverability, and accessibility of content over the very long-term. The key goals of digital preservation include: Usability Authenticity Discoverability Accessibility •  the intellectual •  the provenance of •  the content must •  the content must content of the item the content must have logical be available for must remain be proven and the bibliographic use to the usable via the content an metadata so that it appropriate delivery authentic replica can be found by community mechanism of of the original end users through current technology time 11 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 12. Context: Content some some digital metadata files song some some digital metadata files slide digital some some journal metadata files article some some digital metadata files book 12 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 13. Context: Preservation Activities 13
  • 14. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  PDF/A (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  NOID and ARK Metadata 14 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 15. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 15 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 16. Standards & Specifications: Framework 16
  • 17. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 17 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 18. Standards & Specifications: Certification 18 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 19. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 19 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 20. Standards & Specifications: Transfer 20
  • 21. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 21 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 22. some some digital metadata files song some some digital metadata files slide digital some some journal metadata files article some some digital metadata files book22 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 23. 23
  • 24. Standards & Specifications: Packaging 24 Speaker: Amy Kirchoff
  • 25. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 25 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 26. Standards & Specifications: Preservation Metadata 26
  • 27. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 27 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 28. Standards & Specifications: Format Tech MD 28
  • 29. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 29 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 30. Standards & Specifications: Descriptive MD »  Contributor »  Coverage »  Creator »  Date »  Description »  Format »  Identifier »  Language »  Publisher »  Relation »  Rights »  Source »  Subject »  Title »  Type 30 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 31. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  PDF/A (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 31 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 32. Standards & Specifications: File Formats 32
  • 33. Standards & Specifications Digital Technical Preservation •  OAIS •  PREMIS Metadata Framework Format Type •  TRAC/CRL Specific Certification •  MIX •  DRAMBORA Technical Metadata Descriptive Transfer •  BagIt •  Dublin Core Metadata Metadata •  METS •  TIFF / JPEG2000 Containers •  DIDL File Formats •  EPUB (Packaging) •  NLM Preservation •  PREMIS Identifiers •  ARK Metadata 33 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 34. Standards & Specifications: Identifiers 34 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 35. Resources 35 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 36. 36 Speaker: Amy Kirchhoff
  • 37. THANK YOU. Amy Kirchhoffamy.kirchhoff@ithaka.org http://www.portico.org
  • 38. Rosetta,A Digital Preservation SolutionSeptember 14, 2011Ido PeledEx Libris Rosetta Product Manager 38
  • 39. Copyright StatementAll of the information and material inclusive of text, images, logos, product names is either theproperty of, or used with permission by Ex Libris Ltd. The information may not be distributed,modified, displayed, reproduced – in whole or in part – without the prior written permission of ExLibris Ltd.TRADEMARKSEx Libris, the Ex Libris logo, Aleph, SFX, SFXIT, MetaLib, DigiTool, Verde, Primo, Voyager,MetaSearch, MetaIndex and other Ex Libris products and services referenced herein aretrademarks of Ex Libris, and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. All other product names,company names, marks and logos referenced may be trademarks of their respective owners.DISCLAIMERThe information contained in this document is compiled from various sources and provided on an"AS IS" basis for general information purposes only without any representations, conditions orwarranties whether express or implied, including any implied warranties of satisfactory quality,completeness, accuracy or fitness for a particular purpose.Ex Libris, its subsidiaries and related corporations ("Ex Libris Group") disclaim any and all liabilityfor all use of this information, including losses, damages, claims or expenses any person mayincur as a result of the use of this information, even if advised of the possibility of such loss ordamage.© Ex Libris Ltd., 2010 Speaker: Ido Peled 39
  • 40. Agenda 1 Transition to a Digital Library 2 Building a Digital Preservation System 3 Ex Libris Rosetta 40
  • 41. Transition to a Digital LibrarySpeaker: Ido Peled 41
  • 42. Role of the Library “The  role  of  libraries  in  the  print  world  -­‐   collec5ng,  providing  access  to,  and  preserving   our  cultural  heritage  –  does  not  change  when  we   move  to  the  digital  realm.  We  must  take  on  new   challenges  in  determining  how  to  fulfill  this  role”   Jay  Schafer,     Director  of  Libraries  at   UMass  Amherst   Speaker: Ido Peled 42
  • 43. Traditional Library Services Collect  diverse   digital  collecBons   Collect     Print  Materials   Provide     Catalog     Discovery  and   Metadata   Delivery   Allow  online,   Describe,  select  and   offsite,  on   assign  copy  and  demand  access   access  rights   Preserve     Physical  Content   Ensure  long-­‐ term  access   Speaker: Ido Peled 43
  • 44. Digital Library Services Collect  diverse   digital  collecBons   Collect     Digitized Print  Materials   and Digi tally Bor n Provide     Catalog     Discovery  and   Metadata   Delivery   Allow  online,   Describe,  select  and   offsite,  on   assign  copy  and  demand  access   access  rights   Preserve     Physical  Content   Digital Ensure  long-­‐ term  access   Speaker: Ido Peled 44
  • 45. Digital Preservation as Part of the Digital Library Cost  Effec5ve   Online Access Sustainable Digital Preservation Ongoing Actions Ri Ana sk tion lysi Migra s Bit Preservation Speaker: Ido Peled 45
  • 46. Digital Preservation vs. Digital Repository Digital Preservation Digital Repository •  Focus on data integrity and •  Focus on access long-term access •  Strong cataloging •  Complete risk analysis, •  Usually integrated resource preservation planning and discovery actions component •  Single process •  On-going actions Speaker: Ido Peled 46
  • 47. Building a Digital Preservation SystemSpeaker: Ido Peled 47
  • 48. The Strategy – Sustainable Digital Preservation CONSOLIDATE OPTIMIZE EXTEND Extend the libraryConsolidate all digital Optimize through offering and collections automation collaborations Speaker: Ido Peled 48
  • 49. The Strategy – Sustainable Digital Preservation CONSOLIDATE OPTIMIZE EXTEND Extend the libraryConsolidate all digital Optimize through offering and collections automation collaborations Speaker: Ido Peled 49
  • 50. Consolidate Faculty Archives Publications Data Sets Newsletters Unified Digital System Student Research Publications Paper Institutional Alumni Photos Speaker: Ido Peled 50
  • 51. The Strategy – Sustainable Digital Preservation CONSOLIDATE OPTIMIZE EXTEND Extend the libraryConsolidate all digital Optimize through offering and collections automation collaborations Speaker: Ido Peled 51
  • 52. Optimize“As  the  rate  of  digital  informa5on  produc5on  con5nues  to  escalate,  it  is  vitally  important  to  reduce  the  cost  of  preserva5on  for  all  types  of  digital  assets”  Sustainable  Economics  for  a  Digital  Planet,  Final  Report  of  the  Blue  Ribbon  Task  Force   Taken  from  ‘ The  2011  IDC  Digital  Universe  Study’   x75 x1.5   Digital   Staff   Informa5on   Speaker: Ido Peled 52
  • 53. Optimize - LIFE Project•  Collaboration between British Library and UCL•  Developed a generic lifecycle costing formula•  See http://www.life.ac.uk/ Speaker: Ido Peled 53
  • 54. Optimize IngestAutomated ingest workflows & quality assurance process Speaker: Ido Peled 54
  • 55. Optimize IngestScalable Infrastructure supporting mass-ingest and mass-processing Speaker: Ido Peled 55
  • 56. Optimize Metadata CreationIntegration with existing cataloging systems Other  ILS   Speaker: Ido Peled 56
  • 57. Optimize Metadata CreationIngest Automated ProcessesMetadata Technical Harvest Archive Form Metadata Descriptive Extraction Metadata Permanent Storage Speaker: Ido Peled 57
  • 58. Optimize Bit PreservationAutomated scheduled fixity checks, storage abstraction layer,full-replication on disk Speaker: Ido Peled 58
  • 59. Optimize Content Preservation Speaker: Ido Peled 59
  • 60. Optimize Content PreservationAutomated migration action Execute Evaluate Identify Operational Storage …… Migration Permanent Action Storage Speaker: Ido Peled 60
  • 61. Optimize AccessAutomated rule-based distribution … Speaker: Ido Peled 61
  • 62. The Strategy – Sustainable Digital Preservation CONSOLIDATE OPTIMIZE EXTEND Extend the libraryConsolidate all digital Optimize through offering and collections automation collaborations Speaker: Ido Peled 62
  • 63. Extend Collaborative Work Shared Infrastructure Speaker: Ido Peled 63
  • 64. Extend The Library Reach Faculty StudentsAdministration Alumni Finance Other Stakeholders Speaker: Ido Peled 64
  • 65. The Strategy – Sustainable Digital Preservation CONSOLIDATE OPTIMIZE EXTEND Extend the libraryConsolidate all digital Optimize through offering and collections automation collaborations Speaker: Ido Peled 65
  • 66. Extend The Library Reach Faculty StudentsAdministration Alumni Finance Other Stakeholders Speaker: Ido Peled 66
  • 67. Ex Libris RosettaSpeaker: Ido Peled 67
  • 68. Ex Libris Rosetta Ex Libris Rosetta helps institutions in collecting, managing, archiving and preserving their digital collections, ensuring its data integrity and access over time Preserve Manage Collect Deliver Archive Speaker: Ido Peled 68
  • 69. Our Customers Around the World Major  Religious   Ins5tu5on  Speaker: Ido Peled 69
  • 70. Rosetta Customers Background Collections in Rosetta   Binghamton, NY, USA   Special collections   Part of the SUNY system (Edwin A. Link   FTE: ~14K students collection)   Staff: 1.5FTE (not   Born digital dedicated) newsletters   University photographs Background Key Areas of Collaboration   Munich, Germany   Scanned manuscripts   Service providers for and rare books Bavaria   Legal deposit   Part of the Google documents Books project   WebsitesSpeaker: Ido Peled 70
  • 71. Rosetta Customers Background Collections in Rosetta   Zurich, Switzerland   Research data   Leading technological   Special collections institution   Dissertations   DataCite partners Background Key Areas of Collaboration   Wellington, New   Nation’s Cultural Zealand heritage   Development partner   Private collections   Mandate for digital   Websites preservationSpeaker: Ido Peled 71
  • 72. OAIS ModelSpeaker: Ido Peled 72
  • 73. Rosetta Modules Search Preservation Tools ( )Manual / Automatic Management DIP SIP Publishing Ingest Working Operational Area Repository DIP AIP Delivery Permanent Repository Speaker: Ido Peled 73
  • 74. Key FeaturesSpeaker: Ido Peled 74
  • 75. Why Should You Choose to Rosetta? >30% DIV ROI TCO Demonstrated Return On Institutional Value Investment •  Extended cross- Total Cost of institution digital Ownership •  Ensure online access preservation service •  Sustainable model for •  Improved distribution •  Increased digital preservation mechanism collaboration with researchers •  Single enterprise •  Optimized digital solution content management •  Enhanced emphasis on strategic initiatives •  Minimal staff •  Confirm to funding requirements agencies requirements Efficiency Effectiveness ValueSpeaker: Ido Peled 75
  • 76. Become a Trusted Digital Library   Rosetta as a strategic initiative (TDR)   Extending the library offering   Reducing TCOLibrary & ITDirectors   Offering new career paths   Focus on curation, not IT   Consolidate work efforts   Extend digital collections Digital   Modern working environment Initiatives Librarian   Complying with grant proposal   Preserving research data Head of   Increasing re-use of data Research Speaker: Ido Peled 76
  • 77. Thank You!Ido.Peled@ExLibrisGroup.com 77
  • 78. Meeting the Expectations of theCommunity : CRL & the Auditingof Digital RepositoriesMarie WaltzCenter for Research Libraries
  • 79. What is the Center for Research Libraries(CRL)•  A consortium of over 260 College and University Library’s, primarily in the U.S. and Canada.•  Our members have an interest in auditing and certification because they are investing in digital repositories. Speaker: Marie Waltz11/28/2007 Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 80. Research libraries are changing...contentis no longer on library shelves• The collections of 80% of U.S. research libraries are duplicating the contentsof other research libraries. Most of what is owned will be digitized within thenext ten years.• Google has digitized more than 12 million volumes.• Born digital material is now the norm for many types of academic materials(course syllabi, articles, and many manuscripts submitted to publishers.) Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 81. CRL & Digital Preservation2002 - 2004 – Political Communications Web Archiving Project2005 - 2006 – Test audits of TRAC2008 - 2010 – NSF Case Studies Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 82. CRL & Test Audits using TRACRLG/CRL Mellon Foundation Project to audits digital repositories – ICPSR, Portico, KB, LOCKSS – Tested the TRAC metrics – Understanding of the auditing process. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 83. CRL & NSF Case Studies•  Looked at eight organizations of various sizes who house digital content•  Gave us a broader understanding of what makes a “successful” organization•  Allowed us to see how technology decisions effect a repository. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 84. Current Digital Preservation Projects atCRL•  Certifying digital repositories of interest to members.•  Participation in establishment of ISO 16363•  Human Rights Archives & Documentation. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 85. NISO PresentationWhat is a Trusted Digital Repository?A trusted digital repository is one whose mission is to provide reliable, long-term access to managed digital resources to its designated community, now and in the future – Trusted Digital Repositories : Attributes and Responsibilities, An RLG-OCLC Report (RLG, 2002) Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 86. NISO PresentationWhy Auditing?An audit establishes the soundness and dependability of a repository. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 87. NISO PresentationAuditing a Digital Repository•  Advisory Panel•  Audit Criteria•  Time table•  Standards in auditing•  Certification and reporting to community Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 88. Current Advisory Panel•  Martha Brogan (Chair) •  Anne Pottier Director of Collection Development & Associate University Librarian Management McMaster University University of Pennsylvania •  Oya Y. Rieger•  Winston Atkins Associate University Librarian for Preservation Officer Information Technologies Duke University Cornell University•  William Parod •  Perry Willett Senior Repository Developer Digital Preservation Services Manager Northwestern University Libraries California Digital Library•  Mark Phillips Assistant Dean for Digital Libraries University of North Texas Libraries Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 89. NISO PresentationCriteria•  Advisory Panel•  ISO 16363 (TDR) / TRAC•  Community feedback Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 90. NISO PresentationTimetable for an Audit1. Logistics for the audit2. Request for Documentation3. Identify activities, policies etc. of key significance for preservation4. Evaluation of Repository (includes site visit)5. Review findings with panel6. Report findings Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 91. NISO PresentationStandards Used in Auditing•  Metadata Standards, Dublin Core, Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata (CSDGM)•  Technical Standards, ISO 27001•  Data and format standards, PDF/A, etc. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 92. NISO PresentationCertification•  Means the Repository is “Trusted”•  We report findings to the Research Community•  Considerations for: Length of Certification and Re-Certification Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 93. NISO PresentationCertification of HathiTrust & Portico•  More information about preservation on their websites•  Assurance they are adhering to standards and preservation strategies•  Assurance that changes will take preservation into account Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 94. NISO PresentationISO Standard 16363•  Work on the standard: PTAB Group•  Test audits•  Future plans for auditing using ISO 16363 Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 95. NISO PresentationTest Audits of ISO 16363•  May-July 2011. Tested six digital repositories, three in the U.S. and three in Europe.•  Future plans for auditing using ISO 16363. – European Framework for Certification and Auditing. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 96. NISO PresentationFuture Plans for CRL Auditing•  Use ISO 16363•  Audit repositories of interest to academic and independent researchers in the United States and Canada.•  Encourage community feedback•  Become a resource for information about digital repositories Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 97. NISO PresentationCommunity involvement•  Without community feedback we will not be successful at targeting our audits•  We want to audit repositories of interest to academic and independent researchers. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 98. NISO PresentationCRL is becoming a Resource forInformation about Digital Repositories•  Global Resources Forum (GRF) Reviews and Profiles•  Audit reports•  Webinars Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 99. NISO PresentationSummaryCRL will continue to audit digital repositories of interest on behalf of our members using ISO 16363. Speaker: Marie Waltz Practices & Challenges in Preservation
  • 100. Thank you! Marie Waltzmwaltz@crl.edu

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