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Presentation on the National Library of New Zealand's NDHA project, by at the National Digital Forum by Ann O'Rorke.

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National Digital Heritage Archive (NDHA) Presentation NDF 2007 National Digital Heritage Archive (NDHA) Presentation NDF 2007 Presentation Transcript

  • National Digital Forum Wellington, New Zealand, 29-30 November 2007 Ann O’Rorke, Business Change Manager National Digital Heritage Archive Programme
  • NDHA Programme Background
  • Legislation Strategic Vision International Community
  • Legislation
  • Strategic Vision
  • International Community
  • Legislation Strategic Vision International Community
  • NDHA Goal Establish the National Digital Heritage Archive to enable the National Library of New   Zealand to meet its mandate to collect , make accessible , and preserve in perpetuity , New Zealand ’ s digital heritage , as defined by the Library ’ s current collection policy. Goal The NDHA Programme will be successful and delivered in a timely and cost effective manner
  • Partnership
    • Single agreement to;
    • Design
    • Build & Develop
    Sun Centre of Excellence Agreement
  • Stakeholders
  • NDHA Stakeholders
    • National Library of New Zealand
    • Publishers & Donors
    • Cross Government Group
    • Peer Review Group
    • Central Government
    • National Library Users
    • Culture and Heritage sector
    • International Library Community
    • Future ???
    Stakeholder “ anyone who is affected by – or - can influence, the decision or outcome”
  • NDHA Stakeholders
    • NDHA Peer Review Group
    • British Library
    • Cornell University Library
    • Getty Research Institute
    • Helsinki University Library
    • Koninklijke Bibliotheek
    • National Library Board of Singapore
    • National Library of China
    • Sun Microsystems
    • University of Glasgow
    • Yale University
    Stakeholder “ anyone who is affected by – or - can influence, the decision or outcome”
  • Cross Government Group NDHA Stakeholders
    • ACC
    • Archives New Zealand
    • Crown Law Office
    • Customs NZ
    • Department of Building & Housing
    • Department of Child, Youth & Family Services
    • Department of Internal Affairs
    • Department of Labour
    • Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet
    • Inland Revenue Department
    • Land Information New Zealand
    • Ministry for Culture & Heritage
    • Ministry for the Environment
    Stakeholder “ anyone who is affected by – or - can influence, the decision or outcome”
    • Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry
    • Ministry of Defence
    • Ministry of Economic Development
    • Ministry of Education
    • Ministry of Justice
    • Ministry of Research, Science & Technology
    • Ministry of Social Development
    • NZ on Air
    • Parliamentary Library
    • State Services Commission
    • Statistics New Zealand
    • Te Puni Kōkiri
    • The Film Archive
    • The Treasury
  • New Haven London Glasgow Helsinki Singapore Los Angeles Wellington Auckland Jerusalem Ithaca The Hague Beijing
  • NDHA Programme Components/ Workstreams
  • System We Are Building Other Access Applications IAMS Voyager, Tapuhi OPACs Timeframes, Papers Past Access Tools Collection Management Systems Web Curator Tool Digitisation & Sound Preservation NDHA Administration Submission Tools Technology Infrastructure Other Published & Unpublished Material NDHA
  • Work Streams
  • Phased Approach
  • Phased Approach
    • Phase One : NDHA operational for Ingest, Storage, Access (approx. 75% functionality delivered)
    • Delivery for acceptance testing May 2008
    • Acceptance of Phase One October 2008
    • Phase Two : Balance of functionality including digital preservation capability
    • Delivery for acceptance testing July 2009
    • Acceptance of Phase Two November 2009
    Roll Out Phase 1 October 2008 Phase 2 November 2009
  • Business Change
    • Business Processes
    • Workflows, procedures & policies
    • Capacity & Capability
    • Resources & skills
    • Performance Measures & Business Support
    • Reporting, measuring, support
    • Internal Training
    • System & staff training
    • Producer Management
    • Service, marketing & training
    • Communication
    Strategy Ensure the Library has the capacity & capability to implement the NDHA and continue to run it successfully
  • Business Change Methodology ... to embed within the organisation the operations that are required from a possibly, radically different online environment NDHA BRs SMEs Subject Matter Experts Managers C u r a t o r s T e a m l e a d e r s MCTL
  • Progress
  • Murray Webb, b.1947 Judith Tizard. [1995-2003]. Reference number: DX-001-558
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    • Notes from Chris Gooch 29 Jan 2002 Lower Hutt Police Station
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    • Uniformed branch has 3 shifts: 7am - 4pm, 4pm - 11pm, 11pm - 7am.
    • There are 5 sections each with a sergeant and 6 - 7 constables
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    • On night shift, at that branch it is traditional someone brings an evening meal.
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    • Make ‘notings’ if see anything suspicions. These go to the Tactics Group, who see if anything fits.
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    • You develop a 6 th sense
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    • Modus operandi - has someone else worked this kind of way
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    • Central Police Station - more crimes of disorder
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    • Lower Hutt - more domestics, assaults
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    • Homicide - each branch liaises with other
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    • Police cars - dark blue Falcon, or a Commodore. Villains know exactly what they are, even though’ not obviously a police car. Not allowed to take police car home. Some on not. V good condition! Unusually changed at 100k. (Chris himself drives a 2 door Honda.)
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    • Exhibit lockers - blood samples go in the fridge.
    • Equipment room - plastic container, netting for around scene, white zoot suits for use when collecting evidence. Gumboots. Overshoes. Spades. Bolt cutters etc.
    From the digital files of the writer Barbara Else Novel drafts and related material - The Case of the missing kitchen (MSDL—0179)
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  • Allan Charles Hawkey b 1941 'Flight Departures - fully booked, sorry'. ‘ Bumped off! Get compo - Consumer Affairs Minister'. "Bad news - I'm seeking $4 million compensation. Good news - I'm prepared to negotiate." 21 March, 2007 . Reference number: DCDL-0003062
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  • Dylan Owen, b 1958 Demonstration in Parliament Grounds by New Zealand apple growers 22 June 2005 Reference Number: PADL-000087
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  • Unidentified Evening Post photographer Composer Douglas Lilburn in the electronic music studio at Victoria University, Wellington [ca 30 Aug 1969] Reference number: EP/1969/3689/18-F
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  • ann.o’rorke@natlib.govt.nz [email_address] [email_address] www.natlib.govt.nz/ndha