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The JISC-PoWR Handbook - Recommended Approaches (Ed Pinsent, ULCC)

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Presentation given at the JISC PoWR workshop 3 (Embedding Web Preservation Strategies Within Your Institution), given in the Flexible Learning Space, centre for Excellence in Enquiry-Based Learning …

Presentation given at the JISC PoWR workshop 3 (Embedding Web Preservation Strategies Within Your Institution), given in the Flexible Learning Space, centre for Excellence in Enquiry-Based Learning (CEEBL), University of Manchester on Friday 12th September 2008.

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    • 1. The JISC PoWR Handbook Some suggested approaches Ed Pinsent, ULCC
    • 2. Summary
      • What do we mean by preservation?
      • What options do you have?
      • What have you got?
      • Whose job is it?
      • What policies do you have?
      • What are your requirements?
      • What can you do?
      • Who wants things kept?
    • 3. What does preservation mean?
      • Preservation is possible!
        • 1. Not everything
        • 2. Not every version of every resource
        • 3. Not forever
        • 4. Not perfect
      • Manage your resources
      • Protect your resources
      • Keep some of them permanently
    • 4. What options do you have?
      • Business as usual
      • Policy review
      • Quick wins
      • A finite solution
      • A strategic approach
    • 5. Embedding PoWR
      • Convince the decision-makers
      • Espida methodology
      • Include Web Preservation in policy
      • Preservation-friendly features in future procurements
      • Resources to manage capture and curation of resources
    • 6. What have you got?
      • Where are your web resources, what are your web resources, why have you got them, who wants them…
      • Ways of finding out:
        • 1. Survey
        • 2. Research
        • 3. Ask DNS manager
        • 4. Compile IAR
    • 7. Whose job is it?
      • Collaborate – don’t go it alone
      • Team of information professionals:
        • IT manager
        • Web master
        • Sys admin
        • Information manager
        • Asset manager
        • Records manager
        • Archivist
    • 8. Policies
      • Find your policies
      • Assess them
      • Interpret them
    • 9. What are your requirements?
      • Appraise and select
      • Record, publication or artefact?
      • Exclude things
    • 10. What can you do?
      • What to do now:
        • Domain harvest
        • Migrate
        • Use repositories or EDRMS
      • Strategic thinking:
        • ILM (Information Lifecycle Management)
        • RM (Records management)
        • Continuity
        • Selective approaches
    • 11. Who wants it kept?
      • Who wants what
      • Why
      • For how long
        • Internal drivers
        • Stakeholders’ requirements
        • External drivers
    • 12. Conclusion
      • It can be done
      • Solutions not exclusively technological
      • You have many options
      • Find out what you have
      • Collaborate and get help (internal and external)
      • Use your policies
      • Be selective