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James Jacobs' presentation of a panel entitled, "Gone Today, Here Tomorrow: Archiving and Preserving Born Digital Government Documents." The presentation is about Archive-it and preserving ...

James Jacobs' presentation of a panel entitled, "Gone Today, Here Tomorrow: Archiving and Preserving Born Digital Government Documents." The presentation is about Archive-it and preserving born-digital govt information. This part of the panel describes how Stanford University Libraries are using Archive-it.

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    • Gone Today, Here Tomorrow: Archiving and Preserving Born Digital Government Documents James R. Jacobs [jrjacobs@stanford.edu] International Documents Librarian freegovinfo.info Depository Library Council Washington, D.C. October, 20, 2008
    • agenda • Archive-it administrative interface and workflow • philosophy of digital collections • Future plans
    • mood survey • how many of you have: • run across a site or a PDF that you wanted to add to your collection? • ever sent in a fugitive document to the GPO? • have created subject guides/pathfinders to govt information sites? • want to have a digital repository?
    • SULAIR archive home: http://www.archive-it.org/home/SSRG
    • CRS Report collection seeds
    • manage collections
    • search and discover http://snipurl.com/crs-energyefficiency
    • Paste this into your HTML: <form action=quot;http://www.archive-it.org/public/searchquot;> <input type=quot;hiddenquot; name=quot;collectionquot; value=quot;***COLLECTIONID***quot; /> <input type=quot;textquot; name=quot;queryquot; /> <input type=quot;submitquot; name=quot;goquot; value=quot;Goquot; /> </form> ***COLLECTIONID*** = 1078 (CRS reports collection) add search to other pages </gratuitous_code>
    • why?
    • digital strategy • archive-it (subject/agency focus. i.e., CRS Reports, FOIA, bay area govts, Iranian blogs) • LOCKSS: LPN to host/preserve GPOAccess crawl 1991-2007 (@200gb). GAO legislative histories; early planning for a LOCKSS network of CA state agencies. • Monthly file of urls to add to bib records and urls of digital docs to catalog. • IADeposit: delicious project to tag and upload federal docs to the internet Archive's government documents collection. • printing/binding/cataloging digital documents
    • what’s next? • analysis of current collections, focusing crawls, expanding and building new collections (Intl treaties and standards, working papers, etc) • more libraries involved in digital collections • Farmington Plan Redux (collaborative collections) • better access (create metadata, ingest into OPACs, google site maps...) • better/open-source digital management tools • open metadata standards and repositories