Keepit Course 5: Trust

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This is the opening presentation for module 5, the final module of this course on digital preservation tools for repository managers, presented by the JISC KeepIt project. This module examines tools for measuring the trustworthiness of digital repositories and the effectiveness with which they are implementing preservation strategies. For more on this and other presentations in this course look for the tag ’KeepIt course’ in the project blog http://blogs.ecs.soton.ac.uk/keepit/

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Keepit Course 5: Trust

  1. 1. Digital Preservation Tools for Repository Managers A practical course in five parts presented by the KeepIt project in association with Module 5, Trust University of Northampton, 30 March 2010 Twitter hashtag #dprc (digital preservation repository course)
  2. 2. Say what you do. Do what you say. Show that you do what you say.
  3. 3. All of this leads to trust. Colati and Shreeves, Digital Repository Management Uncovered, Webwise 2010
  4. 4. Course structure • Module 1. Organisational issues Scoping, selection, assessment, institutional parameters (19 January) • Module 2. CostsLifecycle costs for managing digital objects, based on the LIFE approach, and institutional costs (5 February) • Module 3. DescriptionDescribing content for preservation: provenance, significant properties and preservation metadata (2 March) • Module 4. Preservation workflow toolsavailable in EPrints for format management, risk assessment and storage, and linked to the Plato planning tool from Planets (18-19 March) • Module 5. Trust (by others) of the repository’s approach to preservation; trust (by the repository) of the tools and services it chooses (TODAY)
  5. 5. Tools this module • TRAC, Trusted Repository Audit and Certification: criteria and checklist • DRAMBORA, Digital Repository Audit Method Based On Risk Assessment, Martin Donnelly, Digital Curation Centre, University of Edinburgh

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