Preserving our digital heritage. The community taking control

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Preserving our digital heritage. The community taking control

  1. 1. Preserving our digital heritageThe community taking controlAdam RusbridgeMeeting of the UK LOCKSS Alliance22nd October 2009 www.clockss.org
  2. 2. The CLOCKSS Archive• International community-governed archive – Librarians and publishers working together• Content held at libraries, world-wide – Geographically, geologically, politically distributed• Free access to abandoned/orphaned content• Low fees, raise endowment www.clockss.org
  3. 3. The CLOCKSS Archive• International community-governed archive – Librarians and publishers working together• Content held at libraries, world-wide – Geographically, geologically, politically distributed• Free access to abandoned/orphaned content• Low fees, raise endowment www.clockss.org
  4. 4. Governance Structure• The archive is managed by its beneficiaries – Board of Directors – Advisory Council• Publishers and librarians have equal say – Strategic direction and priorities; an active role – When to trigger content• 2007 ALA ALCTS Outstanding Collaboration CLOCKSS is a tax-exempt, 501(c)3, not-for-profit organization www.clockss.org
  5. 5. Governing BoardAmerican Medical Association Australian National UniversityAmerican Physiological Society OCLCbepress Edinburgh UniversityElsevier Indiana UniversityIOP Publishing Japan National Institute ofNature Publishing Group InformaticsOxford University PressSAGE Publications New York Public LibrarySpringer Rice UniversityTaylor & Francis Stanford UniversityWiley-Blackwell University of Alberta University of Hong Kong University of Virginia www.clockss.org
  6. 6. Publisher Participants* American Academy of Pediatrics * American Institute of Physics * American Medical Association * American Physiological Society *Association of Computing Machinery * bepress *Cambridge University Press * Elsevier * IOP Publishing * Nature Publishing Group* Oxford University Press *Rockefeller University Press * Royal Society * Royal Society of Chemistry * SAGE * Springer * Taylor & Francis * Wiley-Blackwell www.clockss.org
  7. 7. Advisory Council• You!• Each supporting library has one delegate• Voice in CLOCKSS Archive governance – Policies and practices, including – Content “trigger events” – Exposure to and influence on publishers – Professional leadership, exposure, and advancement• Meet at least yearly – Virtually, by geographic regions to start www.clockss.org
  8. 8. The CLOCKSS Archive• International community-governed archive – Librarians and publishers working together• Content held at libraries, world-wide – Geographically, geologically, politically distributed• Free access to abandoned/orphaned content• Low fees, raise endowment www.clockss.org
  9. 9. Private LOCKSS Network Best Research - Proceedings of the 19th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles www.clockss.org
  10. 10. DecentralizedPreservation Libraries preserving the content; Value of libraries as memory organizations realized on a global scale www.clockss.org
  11. 11. The CLOCKSS Archive• International community-governed archive – Librarians and publishers working together• Content held at libraries, world-wide – Geographically, geologically, politically distributed• Free access to abandoned/orphaned content• Low fees, raise endowment www.clockss.org
  12. 12. Serving The Worldʼs Scholars• Archived content, not available from any publisher (“triggered content”)• Made freely available to all on the Web – Creative Commons license• 3 titles now open access – Support CLOCKSS and contribute to growing open access corpus – Help us keep open access content, open access www.clockss.org
  13. 13. Open Access “triggered” Content• Graft – Sage • Volume 4 (2001) - Volume 6 (2003)• Auto/Biography – Sage • Volume 12 - 14• Brief Treatment & Crisis Intervention – OUP • Volume 1 (2001) - volume 8 (2008) www.clockss.org
  14. 14. Hosted From EDINA & Stanford Facilitates archive interoperability through time & across different copyright regimes. www.clockss.org
  15. 15. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention• Antrim • Leeds Birmingham Leicester Bournemouth Liverpool Bristol London Cambridge Luton Manchester Cardiff Merthyr Tydfil Coventry Newcastle Upon Tyne Buxton Weston-super-Mare Chesterfield Northampton Durham Nottingham Brighton Worksop Edinburgh Banbury Gloucester Oxford Winchester Peterborough Watford Portsmouth Cowes Reading Slough Folkestone Tamworth Kingston Upon Hull Stoke-on-Trent www.clockss.org
  16. 16. The CLOCKSS Archive• International community-governed archive – Librarians and publishers working together• Content held at libraries, world-wide – Geographically, geologically, politically distributed• Free access to abandoned/orphaned content• Low fees, raise endowment www.clockss.org
  17. 17. Library Participation Fees • Join and become a Supporting Library. – No technical contribution required • Next step will be UK JISC Banded Figures Materials Budgets Annual Contribution Under $1 million $450 $1 - 2 million $600 $2 - 3 million $1,200 $3 - 4 million $1,800 $4 - 5 million $2,400 $5 - 7 million $3,000 $7 - 9 million $4,200 $9 - 11 million $5,400 $11 - 13 million $6,600 $13 - 15 million $7,800 $15 - 20 million $9,000 $20 - 25 million $12,000 Over $25 million $15,000 www.clockss.org
  18. 18. Why participate?• UKLOCKSS and CLOCKSS separate payment from access and put the libraries in control. – UKLOCKSS is all about you, your collections, your scholars. – CLOCKSS is a global initiative where you have influence on the global stage.• Together, the two initiatives ensure all publishers are covered, both large and small.• They ensure that content is in your custody and control - locally with UKLOCKSS;  globally with CLOCKSS.• Open access ensures that libraries are the benefactor• Governance model allows libraries to take active leadership www.clockss.org
  19. 19. Consortia DiscountsMembers Joining Discount1 to 9 5%10 to 19 10%20 or more 15% www.clockss.org
  20. 20. Summary• Community-governed archive – Librarians and publishers working together• Free, open access to archived content not available from any publisher(“triggered”) – CC license – Keep open access content, open access over time – Contributing to growing open access corpus• Archive node libraries – Distributed geographically, geologically, politically – Libraries preserving content, enforcing libraries global role• Low fees, raising an endowment www.clockss.org
  21. 21. Questions Welcome!Thank you. www.clockss.org

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