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Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014
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Natalie Harrower - New Developments at the DRI: presentation to BISA 2014

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Presentation to the British and Irish Sound Archives annual conference, May 16, 2014, in Dublin, Ireland. …

Presentation to the British and Irish Sound Archives annual conference, May 16, 2014, in Dublin, Ireland.
By Natalie Harrower, Manager of Education and Outreach at DRI

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  • Better skills in community = better data
    Partnered events builds relationships
    Trust in DRI built through demonstrated expertise in the area
  • Pilots/small demos; Scale is small, benefits large; Builds partnerships and trust; Shows what can be achieved
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    • 1. Natalie HarrowerNew Developments at the Digital Repository of Ireland BISA conference, Dublin, 16 May 2014 Natalie Harrower Education & Outreach
    • 2. What is the Digital Repository of Ireland? DRI Presentation DRI is an interactive, national trusted digital repository for contemporary and historical, social and cultural data held by Irish institutions
    • 3. Core Grant: HEA PRTLI 5, €5.2M RIA (lead), NUIM, TCD, DIT, NUIG, NCAD Sep 2011 – Sep 2015 Partnership projects: diversified funding to 2019 Funding
    • 4. Digital Preservation Data Discovery Access & Curation Narratives, Visualisation How do we do it? Robust TDR Infrastructure Policy and Advocacy Education and Outreach Projects and Partnerships What do we do?
    • 5. Stakeholder Advisory Group International Advisory Group Management Board Core Implementation Team Management, Operations Infrastructure Rollout Policy, Requirements DRI Structure Demonstrators, E&O
    • 6. Metadata Guidelines Workflows IP & Copyright Data Protection DRI Internal Growth – e.g. Task Forces Sustainability Models TDR – Trusted Digital Repository Irish Language
    • 7. DRI External Growth: Connecting with the Community Education & Outreach (Events & Dissemination) Partnerships Collaborative Projects DRI Core Big Data Industry Academic Libraries Archives Cultural Institutions Custodians of social data App Developers Community Interest
    • 8. DRI Repository Preview – 14 May 2014 • Pilot version launched to a small group of stakeholders 2 days ago • Currently have 18 collections from 15 institutions • File formats include image, text, audio • Ability to browse, search, view collections, objects, all metadata, download objects (depends on license)
    • 9. Continuing to Grow Events Collaborative Projects (e.g. Inspiring Ireland) Sound archive projects
    • 10. Recent Events: Specialised in-house workshops (Getting Started in Dig. Pres, Metadata cleaning) Tech Community engagment (Hydracamp, Digital Preservation Coalition) DRI in the classroom (DAH Programme, TCD Intern) Large-scale international conferences/networks (Research Data Alliance) Large-scale community events (European Researchers’ Night/Journalist for a Night) Symposia (Open Access to Humanities Data; Medical Humanities symposium) Upcoming: Data-driven humanities (June 27); Targeted DRI training
    • 11. Current Projects/Partnerships • MoTIF: Pilot Thesaurus on Irish Folklore (with NLI) • Irish Record Linkage, 1864-1913: vital registration data • The DRI-INSIGHT RTÉ project: content discovery for archives • PLOT: app for cultural tourism • Social Repository of Ireland – SFI Technology Innovation Development Award (TIDA Feasibility Study) • Partnership activities and contributions to international networks and e- infrastructures including ALLEA, DARIAH, RDA, Inspiring Ireland
    • 12. Collaborative Project between DRI, Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Minister Jimmy Deenihan), and the following NCIs: • National Gallery of Ireland • National Archives of Ireland • National Library of Ireland • National Museum of Ireland • Irish Museum of Modern Art • Abbey Theatre • Crawford Gallery • Chester Beatty Library
    • 13. • Online portal to Ireland’s Digital Cultural Assets (GLAMs) • Built on DRI’s preservation infrastructure  Additional assets for DRI  Test platform for our API  Relationship building with stakeholders  Tourism and fundraising tool for Minister of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht  Part of a systematic programme in digital preservation, discovery & access
    • 14. Object Detail
    • 15. Current Projects with Sound Archives DRI Demonstrators The DRI-INSIGHT RTÉ project Proposed project with Contemporary Music Centre
    • 16. DRI Presentation Dr. Seathrún Ó Tuairisg, NUIG RTÉ RnG: 40 years broadcast history Folklore gathering, béaloideas DRI Demonstrator Project: Irish Language DRI Demonstrator Projects
    • 17. Dr. Jane Gray, IQDA Changing life patterns in Ireland, 1900s to present DRI Demonstrator Project: Life Stories • Text and audio files (wav format) • Oral histories of growing up in Ireland, across different time periods • Create visualisations of data by theme, place, time e.g. "My mother used to make a ball and we used to play ball, she used to make a hurl out of a bit of a board and make the handle a bit thin and you could catch it, no shape or make it only a bit of a board. And she used to make a ball out of a soft set of turf and put an old sock around it" DRI Demonstrator Projects
    • 18. DRI-Insight RTÉ project • Sound Archive consists of various programming: music, spoken-word, and news. • ~ 170,000 hours of material from a wide range of topics and genres • Project is to build a Linked Data content-discovery innovation • Annotating & linking what are now separate archives, to allow more efficient search & discovery (tv, photo, radio) • Using RTE’s existing metadata and a subsection for demo
    • 19. Proposed collaborative project with Contemporary Music Centre • Collaboration between DRI, CMC & Insight@NUIG • Linked Data technology • Goal to provide wider use / re-use of CMC content
    • 20. Thank you! Contact www.dri.ie n.harrower@ria.ie @dri_ireland

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