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Disaster Planning for HathiTrust

  1. 1. Disaster  Planning  for  HathiTrust   Rebecca  D.  Frank   University  Library  Associate   Art,  Architecture  and  Engineering  Library   May  15,  2012  
  2. 2. Overview  •  About  Me  •  Project  IntroducJon  •  Background  •  Process  •  Deliverables  •  Project  Impact  •  Takeaways  
  3. 3. About  Me  •  MSI  2012,  PreservaJon  of  InformaJon  •  University  Library  Associate  at  the  Art,   Architecture  and  Engineering  Library  
  4. 4. Project  IntroducJon  Goal:  to  develop  formal  wriQen  disaster   planning  documentaJon  for  HathiTrust.    Mentor:  Shannon  Zachary,  Department  of   PreservaJon  and  ConservaJon  
  5. 5. What  Is  Disaster  Planning?  
  6. 6. Digital  Repository  A  digital  repository  is  marked  by  the  following  characterisJcs:    • content  is  deposited  • repository  architecture  manages  content  as  well  as  metadata  • offers  a  minimum  set  of  basic  services  • sustainable  and  trusted,  well-­‐supported  and  managed    Heery,  R.,  &  Anderson,  S.  (2005).  Digital  Repositories  Review.   UKOLN-­‐AHDS,  19.    
  7. 7. Background:  1st  Year  Project  Disaster  Planning  for  libraries  at  the  Ann  Arbor   campus  of  the  University  of  Michigan.  
  8. 8. Background:  Coursework  •  PreservaJon  of  InformaJon  specializaJon  •  Courses  on  Digital  PreservaJon,  Digital   Libraries,  Management,  and  Research   Methods  
  9. 9. Background:  Thesis  Disaster  Planning  and  Trustworthy  Digital   Repositories  
  10. 10. Why  Do  We  Need  A  Disaster  Plan?  •  TRAC:  Trustworthy  Repositories  Audit  and   CerJficaJon  •  Community  Standards  &  Best  PracJces  •  Preparedness  
  11. 11. Process,  Phase  1  •  Research  •  MeeJngs  •  Review  of  Work  to  Date  
  12. 12. Process,  Phase  2  •  Re-­‐Scoping  •  New  Research  •  More  Client  InteracJon  
  13. 13. Process,  Phase  3   In  progress  .  .  .  
  14. 14. Deliverables  •  Disaster  Planning  Policy  Statement  •  Disaster  Planning  Matrix  
  15. 15. Project  Impact  •  TRAC  CerJficaJon  •  Disaster  Response  and  Recovery  Preparedness  •  “Bus  Test”  (insJtuJonal  knowledge)  
  16. 16. Takeaways  •  PracJcal  implementaJon  of  research  •  Experience  managing  clients  •  Experience  that  will  inform  my  future  research   (implementaJon  of  standards  for  digital   preservaJon  and  curaJon)    
  17. 17. Thank  You  Shannon  Zachary,  David  Carter,  Karen  Reiman-­‐Sendi,  Michael  Shallcross,  Cory  Snavely,  John  Wilkin,  Jeremy  York,  and   Shane  Beers  
  18. 18. References  •  Unless  otherwise  noted,  all  images  appear  courtesy  of  MLibrary  •  Slide  3:  hQp://www.flickr.com/photos/quinnanya/4464205726/  •  Slide  5:  hQp://www.flickr.com/photos/pultzpics/5864033771/  •  Slide  10:  hQp://www.flickr.com/photos/18536761@N00/367669179/  •  Slide  11:  hQp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl/x-­‐bl005022/bl005022  •  Slide  12:  hQp://www.flickr.com/photos/ministrylink/183586484/  •  Slide  13:  hQp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl/x-­‐bl005021/bl005021    
  19. 19. QuesJons?  Disaster  Planning  for  HathiTrust   Rebecca  D.  Frank   University  Library  Associate   Art,  Architecture  and  Engineering  Library   May  15,  2012  

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