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A repository is NOT a digital archive

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A short 'rant' style presentation from the Open Repositories Conference 2014, aimed at making repository managers more aware of the needs and requirements of running a digital preservation service.

A short 'rant' style presentation from the Open Repositories Conference 2014, aimed at making repository managers more aware of the needs and requirements of running a digital preservation service.

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  • 1. Stephanie Taylor ULCC Open Repositories, Helsinki, 2014
  • 2. but maybe it could be...
  • 3. why the rant?
  • 4. a. A place or receptacle in which things are or may be deposited, esp. for storage or safe keeping. repository
  • 5. no mention of the long term
  • 6. things a repo might not have
  • 7. a preservation plan
  • 8. selected preservation strategies
  • 9. Emulation, migration, maintaining a computer museum?
  • 10. an archival-quality digital objects
  • 11. preservation metadata
  • 12. technical metadata constructed with preservation in mind
  • 13. access and rights management for the long term
  • 14. regular, planned checks to see if content is still accessible and can 'play' ok
  • 15. procedures in place to handle problems of content becoming in- accessible over time
  • 16. and in 7 minutes, I haven't time to get started!
  • 17. But...
  • 18. a repo can expand to become a digital archive as well
  • 19. start with looking at the OAIS model for ideas on tasks and roles and how a digital preservation service might be structured.
  • 20. check out DPC – http://www.dpconline.org/ Open Planets - http://www.openplanetsfoundation.org/ DCC http://www.dcc.ac.uk/ (and the links on all their sites)
  • 21. start thinking about preservation
  • 22. consider attending a training course (I hear there is an award-winning course in London... http://www.dptp.org/ )