NDSR-NY
THE NATIONAL DIGITAL STEWARDSHIP RESIDENCY
PROGRAM
JEFFERSON BAILEY, @jefferson_bail
METRO & NDSA INNOVATION WORKI...
THE NDSR: ABOUT
• “The mission of the National Digital Stewardship
Residency (NDSR) is to build a dedicated community of
professionals who...
• Applicants must have received graduate-level degree
within one year of application
• NDSR DC program will support 10 res...
• Build an alumni network of digital stewards
• Support next generation of digital stewards in building
skills, portfolio,...
THE NDSR DC:
HOST INSTITUTIONS
• IMLS LB21 2013 grants awarded for Boston and New
York NDSR programs ($498K each); June 2013-2016
• NDSR Boston: Harvard ...
• Three year grant starting June 2013
• Year 1 – planning
• Year 2 – 5 residents in 5 institutions
• Year 3 – 5 residents ...
• $685,768 project, IMLS funding $498,135
• Residents – paid $36K + professional development
money for 9 month residency
•...
• A new generation of digital stewards trained in the technical,
conceptual, and practical competencies of digital steward...
• Year 1 – primarily planning and developing and refining
training materials
• Hire project coordinator – Fall 2013
• Sele...
NDSA
• 2014 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship
• NDSA Levels of Preservation
METRO
• Innovative Internships & Open Da...
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  1. 1. NDSR-NY THE NATIONAL DIGITAL STEWARDSHIP RESIDENCY PROGRAM JEFFERSON BAILEY, @jefferson_bail METRO & NDSA INNOVATION WORKING GROUP CO-CHAIR NDSA NY , 2013-06-14
  2. 2. THE NDSR: ABOUT
  3. 3. • “The mission of the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) is to build a dedicated community of professionals who will advance our nation's capabilities in managing, preserving, and making accessible the digital record of human achievement.” • Develop stewards to collect, manage, and preserve digital assets • Develop a model for post-graduate level residency programs that combine training and hands-on work in digital stewardship • Benefit host institutions in establishing or extending digital stewardship projects and programs THE NDSR: GOALS
  4. 4. • Applicants must have received graduate-level degree within one year of application • NDSR DC program will support 10 residents for 9-month residencies starting in September 2013 • Residents attend a two-week, intensive workshop at start of their residency • Residents then work in 10 local institutions on specific projects related to digital stewardship • Ongoing lectures, training, and collaboration • http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/ndsr/ THE NDSA: ABOUTTHE NDSR DC: FEATURES & STRUCTURE
  5. 5. • Build an alumni network of digital stewards • Support next generation of digital stewards in building skills, portfolio, and professional network • Create an extensible model for post-graduate residency programs in digital initiatives • Create a model for immersive, extensive curriculum and training in post-graduate-level • Support institutional efforts to expand digital stewardship activities through resident staffing THE NDSR: INTENDED OUTCOMES
  6. 6. THE NDSR DC: HOST INSTITUTIONS
  7. 7. • IMLS LB21 2013 grants awarded for Boston and New York NDSR programs ($498K each); June 2013-2016 • NDSR Boston: Harvard Library (lead; Andrea Goethels, PI), partnering with MIT Libraries (Nancy McGovern) • NDSR NYC: METRO (lead; me, PI), partnering with Brooklyn Historical Society (Jacob Nadal) • Both PIs are members of NDSA Working Group co-chairs and involved in the digital preservation community • Both projects will collaborate closely with each other and with LC and IMLS THE NDSR: EXPANSION TO BOSTON & NYC
  8. 8. • Three year grant starting June 2013 • Year 1 – planning • Year 2 – 5 residents in 5 institutions • Year 3 – 5 residents in 5 institutions • Residencies coordinated & overseen by METRO in concert with hosts • Program will feature ongoing lectures, training workshops, site visits, social and special events • All training materials will be make public THE NDSA: ABOUTTHE NDSR NY: GRANT DETAILS
  9. 9. • $685,768 project, IMLS funding $498,135 • Residents – paid $36K + professional development money for 9 month residency • 74% of grant funding going to resident support • Program features one-week immersion workshop, ongoing seminar series, continued education, and a capstone event highlighting student work THE NDSR NYC: PROGRAM DETAILS
  10. 10. • A new generation of digital stewards trained in the technical, conceptual, and practical competencies of digital stewardship. • Increased institutional capacity for digital stewardship by meeting the need for new professionals with a mix of conceptual knowledge, hands-on, practical skills, and workplace experience. • Involve host institutions in a network of knowledge-sharing, collaboration, and professional development built around digital stewardship to create new opportunities for collective engagement and action on preserving digital collections. • Develop a sustainable, extensible model for postgraduate residencies combining advanced training and experiential learning by working closely with other NDSR programs to ensure it is replicable and scalable for potential use nationwide. THE NDSA: ABOUTTHE NDSR NY: OUTCOMES
  11. 11. • Year 1 – primarily planning and developing and refining training materials • Hire project coordinator – Fall 2013 • Select Year 2 host institutions – January 2014 • Select Year 2 residents – March 2014 • Year 2 residencies – June 2014 – February 2015 • Similar timeline for Year 3 (June 2015 – February 2016) THE NDSR NYC: TIMELINE
  12. 12. NDSA • 2014 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship • NDSA Levels of Preservation METRO • Innovative Internships & Open Data Fellowship • Supporting digital work in NYC LAMs • LODNY: Linked Open Data New York • Pilot phase, partnering with 10 institutions • Keeping Collections • Supporting archives in digital stewardship • Training in digital technologies OTHER NDSA & METRO STRATEGIC INITIATIVES

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