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RLUK / British Library Preservation Advisory Centre Conference on Digitisation (9 Feb 2011)

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  • + legal + press office + Digital Preservation
  • JISC Grant Funding 16/10: Rapid Digitisation
  • http://www.freezeframe.ac.uk/collection/photos-british-antarctic-expedition-1910-13-ponting-collection/p2005-5-197?gallery=ponting&mode=giant Reference: P2005/5/197 Title: The Terra Nova and a berg at ice-foot. Jan. 16th 1911. Description: glass plate negative;Hand written by Ponting: Jan 16th 1911. 135. Duplicate. The “Terra Nova” and a Berg at the Icefoot. (Upright);Hand written by Ponting on top of envelope: 135. Duplicate. The word Duplicate has been crossed out in purple ink and an A added. Hand written in pencil: B. Popperfoto label: Scanned V.I. Hand written in pencil on reverse: 10 x 8 Normal. 7.16 3 secs, 2 extra for foreground.;Box 4: Hand written by Ponting on box lid left side edge: Antarctic 51 and on front side edge: 50. Popperfoto label on outside of box: H. Ponting: Captain Scott’s Antarctic Expedition 1911-1912. 113 - 150. Width 8 inches, height 7 inches, depth 6 inches. Scratched.;Typed label: 135. The Terra Nova and a berg at ice-foot. Jan. 16th 1911. Collection: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13 (Ponting Collection) Summary text: View of the stern of ship ‘Terra Nova’, moored to the ice sheet. Iceberg, partially out of shot, in foreground. Date: 16.1.1911
  • http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/ Particular docs worth checking: http://www.nla.gov.au/ndp/ http://www.life.ac.uk http://brtf.sdsc.edu/index.html http://www.ithaka.org/ithaka-s-r/strategy/ithaka-case-studies-in-sustainability http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/
  • IMPACT: http://www.impact-project.eu Digital Lives AHRC funded project, focusing on the preservation of e-manuscripts PRESERV2 JISC funded project developing demonstrator preservation services, primarily to UK HE. BL involved in an advisory role Partners include TNA, Oxford and Southampton Universities ROAR Demonstrator: http://roar.eprints.org/ (see Preserv profile options) INSPECT Developing methodology to identify and categorise the significant properties of digital objects JISC funded BL involved in an advisory role Workshop at BL PLANETS: € 15m budget, 16 partners, 4 years Archival Sound Recordings: http://sounds.bl.uk Codex Sinaiticus: http://www.codex-sinaiticus.net/en IDP: http://idp.bl.uk 19th Century British Newspapers: http://newspapers.bl.uk/blcs/

Planning for digitisation (09-02-11) Planning for digitisation (09-02-11) Presentation Transcript

  • Approaches to digitisation: Planning for digitisation Richard Davies The British Library 09/02/11 RLUK / BL Preservation Advisory Centre
  • Overview
      • Policy and strategy
      • Funding and staffing
      • Sustainability
  • Why? Developing a strategy
  • Prioritisation for the BL
      • Unique to the British Library collection
      • Relevance to the UK cultural heritage
      • Virtual reunification of collections
    www.bl.uk/digital
  • 12 background documents page methodology page vision 10 92 www.bl.uk/2020vision
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  • Developing a Vision or Strategy www.bl.uk/2020vision Who are we? Where could we go? Where should we go? How do we get there?
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  • How? Developing policies
  • Digitisation Programme Metadata Input from…. Imaging Services IT Operations IT Architecture Curators Product Development Fundraising Strategic Marketing Licensing & IP Web Services Preservation Digitisation Projects Resource Discovery
  • Strategic Sign off from…. Operational Digitisation Projects
  • What to digitise
      • What’s unique / important / relevant?
      • What’s needed?
      • What’s possible?
          • Cost
          • Copyright
          • Conservation
  • Project Planning - Lifecycle approach
      • Scoping
      • Preparation
      • Digitisation
      • Post-processing
      • Metadata
      • Preservation
      • Access
  • Ongoing Project Activities
      • Quality Assurance
      • Project Management
      • Sustainability Planning
  • Current & Future Challenges
      • Funding
      • Storage & Digital Preservation
      • Sustainability - Partnerships
      • Technical Standards
          • OCR
          • User Collaboration
      • National / International Coordination
  • Funding
      • Internal / External
      • Documentation
        • Plans
        • Bids
        • Business Cases
  • Recent Funding Example
      • JISC Rapid Digitisation Call
      • £400,000 total funding
      • Up to 7 projects
      • 45 bids received
      • http://digitisation.jiscinvolve.org/wp/
      • http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/funding_calls/2010/10/grant1610.aspx
  • Sustainability
      • Lifecycle project planning
      • Editorial & Technical sustainability
      • Align with organisational objectives
      • Engage with community
  • www.freezeframe.ac.uk
  • Where to look? Further guidance
  • Organisations & Services
  • Projects
  • Questions? e [email_address] t +44 (0) 20 7412 7182 01101101010101011001110100110110101010101100111010011011010101010110011101001101101010101011001110100110110101010101100111010110 www.bl.uk/digital