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    • Processing and Delivering Email Archives in Special Collections Using MUSE Personal Digital Archiving 2012 Peter Chan, Digital Archivist
    • RESHAPING THE REPOSITORY: THECHALLENGE OF EMAIL ARCHIVING
    • Challenge• Copyrights / Privacy – No web delivery? Reading room only?• Sensitive information – SS#, student records, etc.• Description – No. of emails, recipients, folders, contents?• Delivering – Same as original or more?
    • http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~enron/
    • Emails in Our Collections• Robert Creeley – 50,000+• Richard Fikes – 100,000• Stephen H. Schneider• John McCarthy• Mandelbrot• Arlene Blum• Harrison• ………………………………….
    • Access for Emails converted to XML• Build search index• Build access control• Merge with existing search and discovery portal• Big development effort.
    • Sentiment Analysis
    • Muse Lexicon
    • Revised Lexicon
    • Groups Over Time
    • Attachments
    • Communication Charts
    • Topic of the Month
    • Actual Email
    • Browsing Lens
    • Processing Emails - MUSE• Edit the pre-built lexicon – Screen for sensitive information (SS#, student records, etc.) and mark for restriction. – Group by known projects, conference, etc.• Standard MUSE functions – Group, topics, attachment wall, communication chart, browsing lens.
    • Delivering Emails - MUSE• Web – Summary information – Sentiment, group, topics, communication links – Browsing lens (preview only)• Reading room – Individual emails – Attachments – Browsing lens (link to emails)
    • Use MUSE - Gap• More sophisticated search – Pattern search (SS#, credit card#, etc.) – Full text, thesaurus, misspell, etc.• Original views (folders)• Delivery mode for metadata (package for download or server at Stanford).• Multiple lexicons• Foreign languages (long term)
    • Future• More people to collaborate in the development.• More people to use the software.• Funding • Contact me (pchan3@stanford.edu) if you are interested in any of the above.