DIGITALACCESSIONINGALEXIS ANTRACOLI, RECORDS MANAGEMENT ARCHIVIST,DREXEL UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONSFEBRUARY 28, 2013
TRANSFER1. Write Protect2. Take photograph if applicable3. Virus Scan4. Run a Treesize scan and copy inventory of file types to AT5. Transfer with Duke Data Accessioner6. Create Metadata folder7. Save file manifest, Virus Scan, and photograph to metadata folder
POST TRANSFER1. Remove media and store with original accession if applicable2. Permanently delete any files transferred to desktop during accession3. Copy entire accession folder to RAID array for additional backup4. Finish filling out accession record in AT Photo by Jamison_Judd used under a Creative Commons license via Flickr
WHAT NEXT? Refine basic workflow for processing. Explore possibility of integrating disk images into the workflow. Explore potential adoption of Archivematica or other automated workflow in the future. Work with our systems team to establish an ingest process for institutional records that will be stored in the library’s new repository.
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