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Preservation Strategy for the UCLA Civil Rights Project

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Presentation in UCLA Special Collections on March 6, 2013 about my preservation strategy for the UCLA Civil Rights Project.

Presentation in UCLA Special Collections on March 6, 2013 about my preservation strategy for the UCLA Civil Rights Project.

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  • 1. Preservation Strategyfor the UCLA CivilRights ProjectRebekah CummingsUCLA Special CollectionsMarch 6, 2013
  • 2. Overview• My involvement in the Civil Rights Project/ The Civil Rights Project Archives • Dataverse for CRP data • eScholarship site for CRP publications • Evaluation of legacy datasets inherited by the CRP Archive
  • 3. CRP Dataversehttp://dvn.iq.harvard.edu/dvn/faces/StudyListingPage.xhtml?vdcId=1083
  • 4. CRP eScholarship site http://www.escholarship.org/uc/civilrightsprojectucla
  • 5. Legacy Datasets• Evaluating datasets inherited by the Civil Rights Project Archives• Relied on Libbie’s institutional knowledge• Appraisal of datasets • What stays, what goes?
  • 6. Questions?