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Lockss

  1. 1. + LOCKSS By Amy-Anne Touzin et Annik Ethier
  2. 2. +  “…let us save what remains not by vaults and locks which fence them from the public eye and use in consigning them to the waste of time, but by such a multiplication of copies, as shall place them beyond the reach of accident.”
-Thomas Jefferson,Feb.18,1791
  3. 3. + Who  Started at Stanford University Libraries in 1999  Service for libraries and publishers  Key funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the Library of Congress  LOCKSS Alliance Members  Global LOCKSS Network  Private LOCKSS Network  530 publishers are part of the Global LOCKSS Network
  4. 4. + Where  Based in California at the Stanford University Libraries  Geographically distributed network of local LOCKSS Boxes  Available mostly in the US and the UK to academic libraries; however, Private LOCKSS Networks are found around the world  Example of Private LOCKSS Network: the Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL) Consortium
  5. 5. + Quoi  Un processus de numérisation et de préservation liés aux bibliothèques  La pensée que plusieurs copies peut aider à la préservation  Le premier système qui applique le même processus d’achat que les bibliothèques pratique pour les copies analogue  Permet de garder un réseaux constant entre les bibliothèques
  6. 6. + Pourquoi  Pour garder la culture propre aux bibliothèques  Pour assurer un accès continue aux documents  Pour aider les bibliothèques à la numérisation et à la préservation
  7. 7. + Comment  Accords des éditeurs pour préserver (et parfois numériser) leurs documents  LOCKSS box  Rôles des bibliothèques  Préservation des documents
  8. 8. + Social, Cultural, Economic and Technical Significance  LOCKSS is an affordable solution  Libraries as custodians of digital materials have the ability to preserve materials for which they have paid  Prevents against loss and corruption of information from technological, economic, social and human factors  Collaborative and empowering  Technologically sound and sustainable
  9. 9. + Conclusion  Une façon de faire axés sur la tradition qui prend en considération les besoin moderne  Une bon mélange du passé et du présent
  10. 10. + Resources  Adam, Sharon (2010). Preserving authenticity in the digital age. Library Hi Tech 28(4), 595-604.  Digital Preservation Coalition (2008). Introduction: Definitions and concepts. Digital Preservation Handbook. York, UK. URL: http://www.dpconline.org/advice/preservationhan dbook/introduction/definitions-and-concepts  Stanford University (n.d.). Lots of Copies Keeps Stuff Safe. URL: www.lockss.org

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