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Building A Sustainable Model for Digital Preservation Services, Clive Billenness, Programme Manager - Planets

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Presentation from 3rd Annual WePreserve Conference in Nice 2008 by Clive Billenness, Programme Manager - Planets. On the future digital preservation models and services.

Presentation from 3rd Annual WePreserve Conference in Nice 2008 by Clive Billenness, Programme Manager - Planets. On the future digital preservation models and services.

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  • 1. Building A Sustainable Model for Digital Preservation Services Clive Billenness Programme Manager - Planets
  • 2. Digital Preservation is a long-term project So service provision must also be long-term • Holders of digital archives must have confidence in the long-term effectiveness of their investment in preservation services • Holders of digital archives must have confidence in the long-term operational and financial stability of the preservation services with which they engage
  • 3. Service Provision must be flexible and resilient • Holders of digital archives are unlikely to be willing to entrust the long-term preservation of their holdings to a single supplier or service provider • There must be the capacity to interact with new formats with minimum difficulty
  • 4. Service Provision must be low-risk • Holders of digital archives are unlikely to be willing to be early adopters of untried technology • All offerings must be supported by evidence of effectiveness and established use at a similar scale elsewhere
  • 5. Service provision must reflect users’ needs • Users must feel they are participants in the development of digital preservation services • Users must be able to share their unique knowledge about digital preservation
  • 6. Service provision must embrace all parts of the digital preservation community • Important to work with: – Digital Content Holders – Hardware / Software suppliers – Preservation service providers – Digital Repositories
  • 7. Service provision must provide an opportunity for growth • Important to create an environment which fosters new services and new service providers • Give space to grow • Different forms of engagement
  • 8. Different Service Models • Partnership • Club ‘membership’ ) Group or • Subscription ) Invididual Institution • Menu pricing • Pay-as-you-go
  • 9. What would best suit YOU ? This work is licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. To view a copy of this licence, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California 94105, USA.