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    • Where do we stand with Repositories and Digital Preservation?
      Mary Molinaro
    • What is a digital
      repository anyway?
    • The truth is it can be
      all of these things
    • Repository functions
      Ingest
      Store
      Manage
      Access
      Support preservation services
      Support use of content
    • So what makes it
      a repository?
    • What makes it a
      “trusted digital repository”?
      More specifically:
    • Key Events
      2002 – The Case for Institutional Repositories: A SPARC Position Paper
      2003 – Examined D-Space and Fedora
      2003 – Scholarly Communications Symposium
      2004 – Scholarly Communication Committee
    • Key Events
      2005 – Dean Diedrichs made a presentation to the deans
      2007 – IR Working Group white paper completed
      2007 – Presentation to the Senate Council
    • So where are we will all of this?
      Learning from others successes and challenges
      We have been working on this since 2002!
    • If you build it they will come…
      Not exactly!
    • Crisis in Scholarly Communication
      This issue doesn’t really resonate with faculty
    • It’s all about me!
    • Digital Commons
    • Digital Commons
    • "My papers are available from many databases (over 21 for one paper). I write in the hopes that people will read what I write. So it is gratifying when people download copies. On the excellent RePEc database, there were 300 downloads of my papers per month over the last year, which put me in the top one percent of all authors. Interestingly, downloads of my papers from ScholarlyCommons are now running at about 900 per month." Dr. Scott Armstrong
    • What can go into Digital Commons?
      ETD’s
      Preprints of articles
      Books
      Presentations
      University press materials
      Campus presentations
    • Info about Digital Commons
      Hosted solution
      Unlimited technical support
      Indexed by Google and Google Scholar
      OAI compliant
      Persistent URL
      Peer review journal software
      Content can be delivered back to us
    • Kentuckiana Digital Library
      kdl.kyvl.org
      Digital Commons: university scholarship
      Non KY Digital Objects:
      Electronic Journals:
      backfiles
      Electronic Records
      Data sets
      Any other kind of selected digital content
      Trusted Digital Repository – holds all types of content in secure system supported by policies and procedures to ensure sustainability. Could use FEDORA, Islandora, or other open source repository system. Needs to be scalable and extensible.
      iRODS - System that includes rules to govern the preservation and disposition of buckets of content within the repository.
      Secure expandable storage hardware
      A Possible Repository Model
    • Mitigating Risk
      Need to mitigate risk in all areas:
      Hardware
      Software
      Content
      Controls
      Relationships
      Trust
    • What we really want
      Secured content over time
      A scalable solution
      Control over the intellectual output of the university
    • How do we get there?
      Start capturing the content
      Work with faculty on rights issues
      Work toward building a trusted digital repository for UK
    • Sustainable preservation strategies are not built all at once, nor are they static. Sustainable preservation is a series of timely actions taken to anticipate the dynamic nature of digital information.
      - Sustainable Economics for a Digital Planet: Ensuring Long-Term Access to Digital
      Information. Blue Ribbon Task Force on Sustainable Preservation and Access. February 2010.
      http://brtf.sdsc.edu/