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Digital Preservation Awards: a judge's view Digital Preservation Awards: a judge's view Presentation Transcript

    • The criteria
    • Must do better
    • What we liked about the shortlist
    The judges’ perspective
  • The gatekeeper criteria
    • Must describe work finished by March 31st 2007
    • Must be conducted in the UK or be of benefit to UK
    • Form must be completed!
    • Focus on born-digital resources
  • The Kirkmann Harpsichord
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  • Evaluation criteria
  • What lets people down?
    • Lack of clarity about objectives
    • Lack of recognition of related work
    • Failure to explain benefits
    • Inability to take a wide perspective on work
    • Claims that aren’t backed by evidence
    • Additional documents whose purpose wasn’t clear
  • What we liked - LIFE
    • Costing - a problem that needs work
    • Strong and varied case studies
    • Potential for further work
    • Builds on previous work
    • Something we felt we could use
    • Collaboration
  • What we liked - Audit
    • Builds on lots of work
    • Very sound understanding of a range of issues:
      • Technical
      • Organisational
      • Social
      • Economic
    • Potential long-term benefit
    • Broad collaboration and community validation
  • What we liked - Paradigm
    • Purpose very clear
    • Built on strong non-digital foundation
    • Useful and varied outputs
    • Very clear approach, and they stuck to it
    • Strong use of relevant standards
    • Collaboration
  • What we liked - web curator
    • Clear outcomes, clear goals
    • Rapid and practical development
    • Clear path to further improvement
    • Thinking about workflows
    • Builds on existing tools
    • International collaboration
  • What we liked - Pronom/Droid
    • We can see the benefits for us
    • Clear goals, well executed
    • Encourages community contribution
    • Clear development path
    • Meets a long-recognised need
    • Collaborative spirit, open approach