The+university+of+scranton conten tdm

287 views

Published on

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
287
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

The+university+of+scranton conten tdm

  1. 1. Once and FutureDigital Collectionsat the University of ScrantonKristen Yarmeykristen.yarmey@scranton.edu
  2. 2. Content
  3. 3. www.scranton.edu/library/digitalcollectionsNow:• 15 CONTENTdm collections– 13 University Archives• 11 public– 2 Special Collections• Primarily digitized• ̴̴700 GB of digital content
  4. 4. Future:• Born digital– University records– Student publications• Web archiving– University web content• In progress via Archive-It– Social media• Digital special collections
  5. 5. Staffingand Workflow
  6. 6. Now:• Digital Services Librarian• Systems Specialist• Brilliant student workers• With help from:– Archives and Special Collections– Cataloging– Library administration– University Information Resources
  7. 7. Workflow
  8. 8. Future:• Flexible, project-based staffing• Full implementation of workflow• Better project tracking• More collaboration with other Universitydepartments, community partners
  9. 9. Digitization andAccession
  10. 10. Now:• In house– Photographs– Documents– Negatives– Slides• Outsourcing– Bound volumes– Oversized materials– Web archiving
  11. 11. Future:• Digitization by:– Campus and community partners– Faculty and other scholars– Donors– Citizen archivists• Digital accession:– Automated harvest– Digital submission– Boxes of old CDs/floppies • ASERL webinars
  12. 12. Description andAccess
  13. 13. Now:• Customized schemas forspecific collection needs• Based on Dublin Core• OAI-PMH enabled– Best practices guide• Map to MARC usingWorldCat Digital CollectionGateway• Collection level– Object level• Page/image level
  14. 14. CONTENTdmdigitalservices.scranton.edu
  15. 15. Encore Harvesterencore.scranton.edu
  16. 16. PA Digital Librarypadl.pitt.edu
  17. 17. WorldCatwww.worldcat.org
  18. 18. Google… kind of
  19. 19. Future:• Automated harvesting• User-submitted metadata and corrections• Linked data!• DPLA?– 2-year pilot with Service and Content Hubs– Metadata harvested from Hubs via OAI-PMH– See draft DPLA metadata schema (RDF)– Dataset available via API
  20. 20. Publication
  21. 21. Project Client
  22. 22. Landing Pages
  23. 23. Thumbnail view
  24. 24. Grid view
  25. 25. Website configuration tool
  26. 26. Custom pages
  27. 27. Future• CONTENTdm feature requests– Flipbook viewer– Improved compound object searching– Easier and more granular options for restrictingitems within collections– Move items between collections• Contextualization and Visualization– Viewshare?– Omeka?• Cross search web archives?
  28. 28. Maintenance andPreservation
  29. 29. Now• Workstation holds full resolutionrepository• Onsite backup to external drives• Offsite backup via Jungle Disk toAmazon S3• CONTENTdm server in data centerholds access images and metadata• Some materials also available onInternet Archive• Archive-It stores web archivingdata
  30. 30. Future• More robustpreservation system• Consortial or vendorsolutions?• TRAC: TrustedRepositories Audit andCertification
  31. 31. Promotion andOutreach
  32. 32. Postcards, Moo Cards,and Digital Signage
  33. 33. Press Releases
  34. 34. Campus Displays
  35. 35. Scan-on-Demand
  36. 36. Class projects
  37. 37. Alumni and donor gifts
  38. 38. Limited Edition Moleskines www.scranton.edu/library/zanerbloser/store
  39. 39. Facebook Timelinewww.facebook.com/universityofscranton
  40. 40. Flickr Then & Nowwww.flickr.com/photos/universityofscrantonlibrary
  41. 41. Mystery Photoswww.flickr.com/photos/universityofscrantonlibrary
  42. 42. Pinterest boardspinterest.com/uofslibrary/
  43. 43. History Pinwww.historypin.com/channels/view/7195265/
  44. 44. Future• Send us your Stories web form• Mobile tour of campus• Metadata games• Multitouch table
  45. 45. Assessment
  46. 46. Download count: 5,600+
  47. 47. Google Analytics
  48. 48. Google Analytics
  49. 49. User feedback“I just want to say thank you to the University for putting the yearbooks online. My father… graduated in 1940. I had not seen that photo in 30 years.”“You have no idea how thrilled my sister and I are to see these images. Myfather died when I was four so I never knew him.”“My son… presented the pictures on a wall board that I recv’d at mysurprise 80th birthday party. My eight grandchildren were tasked withfinding ‘Pop-Pop.’ I appreciate all you have done in making the pastavailable for my family.”“I’ve been wanting to access peer theses for years… it’s suddenly easy to do.”
  50. 50. User pins and posts
  51. 51. User generated content
  52. 52. Future• More refined implementation andfrequent review of analytics• Alerts for social media posts• Articulate value of digital collections andrelation to University mission
  53. 53. Thank you!Questions?Kristen Yarmeykristen.yarmey@scranton.edu

×