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WI + DPLA
WILS PEER COUNCIL
JUNE 8, 2015
Ryan Claringbole, Department of Public Instruction
Ann Hanlon, UW-Milwaukee
Paul ...
A PORTAL FOR DISCOVERY
A PLATFORM TO BUILD UPON
A STRONG PUBLIC OPTION
DPLA:
WHAT’S NEW, WHAT’S NEXT?
• Ten million records (1,600 institutions – 15 Service
Hubs and 16 Content Hubs)
• Interope...
DPLA COMMUNITY REPS
• Ryan Claringbole, DPI
• Carlos Duarte, UW-Madison
• Carol Kaufman, UW-Madison
• Kate Odahowski, Madi...
INSTITUTION - SERVICE HUB - DPLA
PONDS LAKES OCEAN
DPLA SERVICE HUB
1. Representing their community (state, region, etc.) as the point
of contact for DPLA and obtaining comm...
WHY HAVE A SERVICE HUB?
1. Broaden the impact and reach of Wisconsin’s
libraries and cultural heritage institutions.
2. En...
PHASE I
APRIL 2015-FEBRUARY 2016
Phase I Goals:
• Establish metadata aggregation infrastructure
• Establish workflows for ...
CONTENT DURING PHASE I
Approximately 400,000 metadata records representing content
from more than 140 libraries, archives,...
PHASE I
TIMELINE
April-June 2015
Governing Board, Steering Committee and Metadata Work Group
established.
June 2015
Servic...
PHASE II
FEBRUARY 2016-DECEMBER 2017
Phase II Goals:
Based on community needs and available resources.
Priorities:
• Evalu...
SERVICE HUB:
GOVERNANCE
• Governing Board
• One representative from each Governing Partner
• Policy and budget
• Steering ...
GOVERNING BOARD
• Ann Hanlon, UW-Milwaukee (chair, 2015-2016)
• Matt Blessing, Wisconsin Historical Society
• Ryan Claring...
STEERING COMMITTEE
• Marcy Bidney, Curator,
American Geographical
Society Library
UW-Milwaukee
• Maria Cunningham-Benn,
Di...
METADATA WORK GROUP
• Kendra Bouda, Metadata and Information Specialist
Internet Scout
• Andrea Coffin, Community Liaison/...
Partner
Metadata
OAI-PMH
OAI-PMH
Metadata
Aggregator
SERVICE HUB FRAMEWORK
SERVICE HUB:
EXPECTATIONS
• Phase 1 priority is data from current Content
Partners with existing OAI-compliant collections...
GOVERNING PARTNERS:
CONTRIBUTIONS
1. UWM: UW-Milwaukee will provide digitization
services and consulting for Milwaukee-are...
GOVERNING PARTNERS:
CONTRIBUTIONS
1. WHS: Provides support for technology
development and community outreach.
2. UW-Madiso...
GOVERNING PARTNERS:
CONTRIBUTIONS
1. DPI: Administers LSTA funding including the
Digitization of Library Resources funding...
MORE INFO
recollectionwisconsin.org/dpla
dp.la/info/get-involved
Ryan Claringbole
ryan.claringbole@dpi.wi.gov
Paul Hedges
...
Wisconsin and the Digital Public Library of America
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Ryan Claringbole, Public Library Technology Consultant, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Ann Hanlon, Head of Digital Collections and Initiatives, UW-Milwaukee
Paul Hedges, Emerging Technologies Archivist, Wisconsin Historical Society
Moderator: Emily Pfotenhauer, Recollection Wisconsin Program Manager, WiLS

The Digital Public Library of America is a national digital library of cultural heritage content from across the U.S., fed into the library by Hubs throughout the nation. Representatives from organizations across Wisconsin are currently creating such a Hub in the state. This panel will share information about DPLA and Wisconsin's next steps for participation.

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Wisconsin and the Digital Public Library of America

  1. 1. WI + DPLA WILS PEER COUNCIL JUNE 8, 2015 Ryan Claringbole, Department of Public Instruction Ann Hanlon, UW-Milwaukee Paul Hedges, Wisconsin Historical Society Emily Pfotenhauer, WiLS
  2. 2. A PORTAL FOR DISCOVERY A PLATFORM TO BUILD UPON A STRONG PUBLIC OPTION
  3. 3. DPLA: WHAT’S NEW, WHAT’S NEXT? • Ten million records (1,600 institutions – 15 Service Hubs and 16 Content Hubs) • Interoperable rights statements (Knight Foundation) • E-book workgroup • Hydra “aggregation in a box” (IMLS) • Linked Open Data
  4. 4. DPLA COMMUNITY REPS • Ryan Claringbole, DPI • Carlos Duarte, UW-Madison • Carol Kaufman, UW-Madison • Kate Odahowski, Madison Public Library • Dorothea Salo, UW-Madison SLIS • Molly Warren, Madison Public Library
  5. 5. INSTITUTION - SERVICE HUB - DPLA PONDS LAKES OCEAN
  6. 6. DPLA SERVICE HUB 1. Representing their community (state, region, etc.) as the point of contact for DPLA and obtaining community buy-in on significant issues affecting their partners. 2. Aggregating their partners’ metadata into a single standard and sharing it with DPLA through one harvestable data source. 3. Actively addressing metadata concerns (including copyright and licensing labeling) and working with partners on timely remediation. 4. Providing outreach to their partners, developing local practitioners’ capacity on topics such as open data, data quality and standards, copyright and licensing, and other relevant subjects. 5. Maintaining technologies that allow for standardized metadata to be shared with the DPLA on a regular, consistent basis. 6. Engaging with the broader community of data creators, providers, and users, locally and nationally.
  7. 7. WHY HAVE A SERVICE HUB? 1. Broaden the impact and reach of Wisconsin’s libraries and cultural heritage institutions. 2. Enable more Wisconsin libraries and cultural heritage institutions to share and preserve their digital collections. 3. Inspire innovative uses of Wisconsin’s digital content. 4. Ensure that Wisconsin is well-represented on the national map of digital content.
  8. 8. PHASE I APRIL 2015-FEBRUARY 2016 Phase I Goals: • Establish metadata aggregation infrastructure • Establish workflows for metadata ingest, remediation and sharing • Establish initial partnerships and governance structure • Establish communication and outreach plans
  9. 9. CONTENT DURING PHASE I Approximately 400,000 metadata records representing content from more than 140 libraries, archives, historical societies and museums across the state. • University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center • 182,000 records • UW-Milwaukee • 110,000 records • Wisconsin Historical Society • 15,000 records • All Recollection Wisconsin content not included in above • 94,000 records
  10. 10. PHASE I TIMELINE April-June 2015 Governing Board, Steering Committee and Metadata Work Group established. June 2015 Service Hub application submitted to DPLA. June-August 2015 CC0/public domain metadata dedication confirmed with Content Partners. August-September 2015 Data Exchange Agreement and Ingest Information Form completed. Development of metadata aggregator begins. September-November 2015 Iterative ingest and metadata review with DPLA staff. January-February 2016 Data is publicly available through DPLA.
  11. 11. PHASE II FEBRUARY 2016-DECEMBER 2017 Phase II Goals: Based on community needs and available resources. Priorities: • Evaluate and formalize Phase I governance structure • Identify and add new Content Partners • Investigate collaborative strategies for digital preservation • Develop training or other opportunities to help more institutions digitize content and share metadata
  12. 12. SERVICE HUB: GOVERNANCE • Governing Board • One representative from each Governing Partner • Policy and budget • Steering Committee • Librarians, archivists, curators and other practitioners across the state • Outreach, education, future directions • Metadata Work Group • Metadata librarians and other experts • Recommendations for metadata compliance, updated guidelines
  13. 13. GOVERNING BOARD • Ann Hanlon, UW-Milwaukee (chair, 2015-2016) • Matt Blessing, Wisconsin Historical Society • Ryan Claringbole, Department of Public Instruction • Lee Konrad, UW-Madison • Cathy Markwiese, Milwaukee Public Library • Stef Morrill, WiLS
  14. 14. STEERING COMMITTEE • Marcy Bidney, Curator, American Geographical Society Library UW-Milwaukee • Maria Cunningham-Benn, Digital Projects Librarian Milwaukee Public Library • Paul Hedges, Emerging Technologies Archivist Wisconsin Historical Society • David Kwasny, Information Systems Analyst Milwaukee Art Museum • Kristen McDaniel, Social Studies Consultant Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction • Melissa McLimans, Digital Services Librarian UW-Madison • Nicolette Meister, Curator of Collections, Logan Museum of Anthropology Beloit College • David Mindel, Digital Collections and University Repository Librarian UW-La Crosse • Bradley Shipps, Continuing Education and Outreach Librarian Outagamie Waupaca Library System
  15. 15. METADATA WORK GROUP • Kendra Bouda, Metadata and Information Specialist Internet Scout • Andrea Coffin, Community Liaison/Service Specialist WiLS • Jonathan Cooper, Metadata Librarian Wisconsin Historical Society • Nathan Humpal, Catalog and Metadata Librarian UW-Milwaukee • Cat Phan, Metadata Librarian UW-Madison • Lynn Whittenberger, Resource Management Metadata Librarian Marquette University
  16. 16. Partner Metadata OAI-PMH OAI-PMH Metadata Aggregator SERVICE HUB FRAMEWORK
  17. 17. SERVICE HUB: EXPECTATIONS • Phase 1 priority is data from current Content Partners with existing OAI-compliant collections. (approx. 400,000 records) • Content Partners must declare metadata public domain, Creative Commons Zero • Metadata clean-up requirements: Learn as we go, Share solutions, Establish procedures, Repeat.
  18. 18. GOVERNING PARTNERS: CONTRIBUTIONS 1. UWM: UW-Milwaukee will provide digitization services and consulting for Milwaukee-area cultural heritage institutions. 2. MPL: Milwaukee Public Library hosts content for small institutions.
  19. 19. GOVERNING PARTNERS: CONTRIBUTIONS 1. WHS: Provides support for technology development and community outreach. 2. UW-Madison: Maintains metadata aggregator.
  20. 20. GOVERNING PARTNERS: CONTRIBUTIONS 1. DPI: Administers LSTA funding including the Digitization of Library Resources funding category. 2. WiLS: Hosts Recollection Wisconsin program staff, provides project management, and acts as fiscal agent for the collaborative.
  21. 21. MORE INFO recollectionwisconsin.org/dpla dp.la/info/get-involved Ryan Claringbole ryan.claringbole@dpi.wi.gov Paul Hedges paul.hedges@wisconsinhistory.org Ann Hanlon hanlon@uwm.edu Emily Pfotenhauer emily@wils.org

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