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Creation of a Digital African Archive

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Malan pierre sabinet icadla nov2011 pfm Malan pierre sabinet icadla nov2011 pfm Presentation Transcript

  • Pierre Malan Director: Client ServicesICADLA-2 Conference – 18 November 2011
  • Started 2000 with our SA ePublications Initiative www.ajarchive .org
  • www.ajarchive .org
  • By 2011 we had 325 journals online Journals www.ajarchive .org Subscription Open Access 300 + subscribers, 55 from 27 countries other than South Africa
  • Latest Issue 2000www.ajarchive .org Online Journals (SA ePublications)
  • Start of the project• 2007 research into the project started – Which countries should be included – Which journals should be included – How far back should the archive go – Technology to be used for storage and retrieval – Business model and sustainability – Intellectual property issues and licensing – Digitization processes – Standards – Lessons learnt from similar projects
  • www.ajarchive.org• Project started 2008• Funded by the Carnegie Corporation and Sabinet
  • www.ajarchive.org• Create a digital archive of African journals• 250 journals• 5 000 volumes (issues)• 90 000 articles• 360 000 pages• 4 year project
  • Investigation - platform• Dspace, OJS, CONTENTdm and Inhouse – The extent to which the software/system supports the – The ability to deploy and use of the system within the understood and proven workflow processes (within the organisation and in terms of possible partnerships); – The extent to which the cost addresses issues of investment – The technical architecture and standard compliance; – The extent of support and service required (internationally); – The functionality offered and usability.
  • Powered by:CONTENTdm
  • Publisher - agreement• the agreement will be not exclusive• publishers will represent that they have rights in the journal issues as “collective works” (that is, we will not ask for them to assert copyright in individual articles)• Sabinet Gateway will have the final decision making power over whether to remove anything from the archive.• Once a journal is archived, a copy of the electronic file will be returned to the publisher.• Sabinet can add value to the content to generate revenue for future sustainability of the archive
  • Business model - sustainability
  • Available content www.ajarchive .org Publications ArticlesSA ePublications 325 100 000African Journal Archive 119 45 000Total full text articles 145 000
  • Latest IssueFirst Issue 2000 www.ajarchive .org Archive Online Journals (African Journal Archive) (SA ePublications)
  • 3 3 1 2 6 6 3 7 93
  • Procurement Digitize - Introduce - Cut Metadata - Contract - Scan - Indexing - Source - Bind - Loading - Return
  • “The site looks great. We look forward to working with youfurther.” Susan Murray AJOL“Congratulations on getting the site up and going! This isexciting!” John Kiplinger JSTOR“Congratulations! This is really great. I will add a link to the sitefrom the DISA website. Can you link from African JournalArchive to our site?” Patricia Liebetrau DISA
  • Usage since launch – documents viewed250000200000 www.ajarchive .org150000100000 50000 0 2010 2011
  • Some lessons• Not always easy to get publishers to agree to contract• Getting the physical copy of the publication• Digitization issues such as file sizes and quality of reproduction• Having to cut and bind journals• Indexing, and finding people to do the work• Marketing, gaining credibility and extending exposure.