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Proceedings of the International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects iPRES 2010

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  1. PHAIDRA - A REPOSITORY-PROJECT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Höckner, Markus; Budroni, Paolo
    Phaidra (Permanent Hosting, Archiving and Indexing of Digital Resources and Assets ) is used as a long-term preservation system through the assignment of persistent identifiers (permanent links). The project was launched in 2006 and is the successful result of cooperation between the Vienna University Computer Center, the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Vienna University Library. At present, Phaidra contains about 60,000 objects, all of which are provided with structured metadata.

  2. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects: Proceedings - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Rauber, Andreas; Constantopoulos, Panos; Kaiser, Max; Guenther, Rebecca
    7th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects, September 19 – 24, 2010, Vienna, Austria

  3. PERSONAL ARCHIVING: STRIKING A BALANCE TO REACH THE PUBLIC: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    LeFurgy, William G.
    Never have so many people documented so much about their lives. Digital technology has empowered individuals to build large, rich collections of photographs, videos, e-mail, documents and other information. But the ability to create digital content is far outstripping personal capacity to manage and keep it over time. Looking ahead over the next decade, it is possible to foresee two consequences for libraries and archives. The most obvious and certain is that digital accessions of personal materials will supplement, and eventually surpass, traditional analog materials. Another outcome is more subtle and speculative: people seeking trusted guidance about how best to manage their important digital items. Memory organizations are reasonable places for people to go...

  4. TOWARDS INTEROPERABLE PRESERVATION REPOSITORIES (TIPR): THE INTER-REPOSITORY SERVICE AGREEMENT: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Caplan, Priscilla; Pawletko, Joseph; Kehoe, William
    The TIPR Project (Towards Interoperable Preservation Repositories) runs from October 2008 through September 2010. The aim of the project is to develop, test, and promote a standard format for exchanging information packages among OAIS-based repositories. This paper reviews the use cases for the transfer of information from one repository to another, reviews the Repository eXchange Format (RXP) developed by TIPR, and discusses the need for additional information not contained in the exchange package itself. It looks at two existing specifications, the Producer-Archive Interface Methodology and Into the Archive (Wege ins Archiv), in the context of inter-repository transfer. Finally it outlines...

  5. LARGE-SCALE COLLECTIONS UNDER THE MAGNIFYING GLASS: FORMAT IDENTIFICATION FOR: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Oury, Clément
    Institutions that perform web crawls in order to gather heritage collections have millions – or even billions – of files encoded in thousands of different formats about which they barely know anything. Many of these heritage institutions are members of the International Internet Preservation Consortium, whose Preservation Working Group decided to address the issues related to format identification in web archive. Its first goal is to design an overview of the formats to be found in different types of collections (large-, smallscale…) over time. It shows that the web seems to be becoming a more standardized space. A small number of formats – frequently open – cover from 90 to 95% of web...

  6. ‘DIGITAL PRESERVATION: THE PLANETS WAY’: OUTREACH AND TRAINING FOR DIGITAL PRESERVATION USING PLANETS TOOLS AND SERVICES: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Casarosa, Vittore; Snow, Kellie; Molloy, Laura
    This paper outlines the Europe-wide programme of outreach and training events, jointly organised by HATII at the University of Glasgow and the British Library, in collaboration with a number of European partner institutions, on behalf of the Planets project (Preservation and Long Term Access Through Networked Services) between June 2009 and April 2010. It describes the background to the programme and the events which took place during the final year of the project, focussing on the success of the events based on feedback results, lessons learned from the production of the series, and the perceived longterm impact of the programme on future Planets and digital preservation training activities.

  7. SHERWOOD ARCHIVE PROJECT: PRESERVING THE PRIVATE RECORDS OF PUBLIC INTEREST: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Kirsch, David A.; Meister, Sam
    Digital business records are more at risk now than ever before. The dynamics of entrepreneurial business, the fear of litigation and e-discovery, and the narrowing demands of shareholder capitalism compound the technological threats to the record of business. The Sherwood Archive Project, a project of the Digital Archive of the Birth of the Dot Com Era, seeks to mitigate the risks to business records by partnering with Sherwood Partners, Inc to develop strategies and workflows to preserve the records of failed business firms.

  8. NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA DIGITIZATION PLAN – A CASE STUDY: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Dutrisac, Julie; Ruel, Christian; Frate, Luisa
    The digital revolution has completely changed how audiences use and interact with audiovisual media. The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) has been preparing for this inevitable revolution for several years now, developing partnerships and carrying out research on image and sound processing, innovative transfer techniques, accessibility and distribution to facilitate the transition to digital technology. In recent years, the technical and operational infrastructure has undergone significant upheavals. And the NFB has taken up the gauntlet. The new digital reality is much more sophisticated than past technologies, but also much more open and promising. Our aim is to exploit the...

  9. LEGAL ASPECTS OF EMULATION: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    van der Hoeven, Jeffrey; Dindorf, Marcus; Sepetjan, Sophie
    Apart from technical, organisational and economical challenges of long-term access to digital objects, legal implications arise as well. The KEEP project, co-funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), researched the legal aspects of emulation as part of their research to create a preservation strategy based on emulation. It addresses the legal implications in France, Germany and The Netherlands as well as on European level. Insights have been gained into the legality of transferring content from old media carriers to newer ones and the reproduction of hardware into software emulators. This paper presents the results of the...

  10. TWITTER ARCHIVING USING TWAPPER KEEPER: TECHNICAL AND POLICY CHALLENGES: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Kelly, Brian; Rowe, Matthew; Guy, Marieke; O’Brien, John; Hawksey, Martin
    Twitter is widely used in a range of different contexts, ranging from informal social communications and marketing purposes through to supporting various professional activities in teaching and learning and research. The growth in Twitter use has led to a recognition of the need to ensure that Twitter posts ('tweets') can be accessed and reused by a variety of third party applications. This paper describes development work to the Twapper Keeper Twitter archiving service to support use of Twitter in education and research. The reasons for funding developments to an existing commercial service are described and the approaches for addressing the sustainability...

  11. SUSTAINABILITY CASE STUDY: EXPLORING COMMUNITY-BASED BUSINESS MODELS FOR ARXIV: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Rieger, Oya Y.; Warner, Simeon
    arXiv.org is internationally acknowledged as a pioneering and successful open access digital archive for research articles. The case study discusses the efforts to establish a community-based sustainability strategy to ensure the longevity, effectiveness, and success of the service. It also describes the costs associated with running the repository that take into consideration both daily operational costs and efforts in improving its technical architecture and functionality.

  12. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE IN A PRIVATE ENTERPRISE: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Margrethe, Ellen; Konstad, Pihl
    Being a private international enterprise, the ongoing transition from paper to digitally stored documents and records has created some new challenges. By implementing an Electronic Records Management (ERM) system, the tool for conducting records management is in place, but in order to utilise the possibilities, a revision of the retention and disposition schedule was necessary. The task of developing a new schedule is time-consuming, but it will be an important tool for future RM work. It gives a good overview of the content of the archives. When implemented it will reduce growth, improve sharing of information and ensure compliance over time. It...

  13. GUIDING A CAMPUS THROUGH THE TRANSITION TO A PAPERLESS RECORDS SYSTEM: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Briston, Heather; Estlund, Karen
    The “paperless office” concept has been around for decades, and many have cited that the electronic office has instead increased the amount of paper produced. Case studies have shown that a successful “paperless” system requires motivation, ease of use, and cost savings [5]. Paper will co-exist with electronic records for the foreseeable future; however, what happens when the official record of an institution becomes “paperless”? This short paper presents a case study describing the efforts in the University of Oregon Office of the President to move to a fully electronic records system, the trickle-down effect to campus units, and the work of the Libraries to preserve the institutional record. The Libraries created a...

  14. AUSTRIAN STATE RECORDS MANAGEMENT LIFECYCLE: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Konrath, Berthold; Sharpe, Robert
    The Austrian state is building an integrated “cradle to grave” electronic records management and archive process to ensure that electronic records are managed correctly throughout their lifetime. This has already included the rollout of records management through federal agencies via the ELAK (Elektronisher Akt) system and the specification of a format for transfer between agencies called EDIAKT. The latter includes transfer to the national archives and thus, in essence, the definition of the format of a valid SIP that can be ingested into an archival system. The Austrian Federal Chancellery is now funding the provision of such a central archival system plus...

  15. CHRONOPOLIS AND METAARCHIVE: PRESERVATION COOPERATION: Paper - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Minor, David; Phillips, Mark; Schultz, Matt
    This paper will examine ongoing work between two major preservation systems, the Chronopolis Digital Preservation Program, [6] and the MetaArchive Cooperative. [13] In the past year, these two systems have begun work on bridging their technical underpinnings to create a more robust, reliable, longlived preservation community for their users. The main emphasis of this work is moving data between a LOCKSS-based system (MetaArchive) and an iRODSbased one (Chronopolis). This work also involves several other emerging preservation micro-service tools and practices, and the expertise of the University of North Texas (UNT) Digital Library [21] in deploying them. The final result of this work is intended to be of three-fold benefit: 1) directly improving the services offered...

  16. PRESERVATION PLANNING: A COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO IMPLEMENTATIONS.: Paper - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    McKinney, Peter
    This paper examines preservation planning as it is implemented within the National Library’s preservation repository (Rosetta) and compares it directly to the PLATO tool created as part of the PLANETS project. Preservation planning is both a business precondition and the systematic framework defining any preservation action. At the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa, preservation planning is embedded within the Rosetta system. For the Library, the challenge can be stated simply: preserve New Zealand’s digital documentary heritage. With no limitations or control over the format of the content that is collected and preserved, The National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa (NLNZ) has ‘issues’ to resolve before...

  17. PAPER TEMPLATE FOR IPRES 2010: QUALITY INSURANCE THROUGH BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT IN A FRENCH ARCHIVE: Paper - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    MASSOL, Marion; ROUCHON, Olivier
    This paper outlines the recent initiative run at CINES, a national IT datacentre for French academic researchers, to formalize the business processes of its department dedicated to the long-term preservation of digital objects, which is at present one of the very few operational long-term preservation platforms in France for the public sector and Higher Education and Research in particular. One of the strategic goals of this organization is the evaluation and assessment of service quality. The processes formalization activity – coupled with an external audit and an ITIL approach – highlighted the department good practices, gaps and weaknesses. The processes global map and most of the twenty detailed process maps have been put together...

  18. DIGITAL PRESERVATION FOR ENTERPRISE CONTENT: A GAP-ANALYSIS BETWEEN ECM AND OAIS: Paper - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Korb, Joachim; Strodl, Stephan
    Today, more and more information is being produced in a digital form. In addition to this so-called born-digital content, material that was produced to exist in an analogue form is now being digitised both for preservation and for easier access. This digital information comes in an ever greater variety of formats, many of which are relatively short-lived. Newer versions of the same software are often unable to render files produced with older versions of that software, let alone files produced with similar software from other vendors. Soft- and hardware environments change constantly and after only a few years can older...

  19. BECOMING A CERTIFIED TRUSTWORTHY DIGITAL REPOSITORY: THE PORTICO EXPERIENCE: Paper - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Kirchhoff, Amy; Morrissey, Sheila; Fenton, Eileen; Orphan, Stephanie
    The scholarly community’s dependence on electronic resources is rapidly increasing and those electronic resources are increasingly preserved in digital repositories or other preservation services. Whether locally hosted at libraries, collaboratively hosted between institutions, or externally hosted by a third party, one method for these digital repositories to take to assure themselves and their communities of their soundness is to be audited and certified by impartial organizations. Such independent organizations with staff experienced in executing audits and certifications can represent the interests of the academic community. Such staff will have the time and skills required to perform a thorough review of the methodologies and policies of each digital repository. Over the course of 2009, the Center...

  20. PRESERVATION OF DIGITISED BOOKS IN A LIBRARY CONTEXT: Paper - iPres 2010 - Vienna

    Zierau, Eld; Jensen, Claus
    The focus of this paper is on which digital objects to preserve when preserving digital library materials derived from original paper materials. It will investigate preservation strategies for digital objects from digitised paper material that must both be preserved and simultaneously retain a short route to dissemination. The investigation is based on a study of digitisation done a decade ago and digitisation done today. In the last decade mass digitisation has become more commonly used since technological evolution has made it cheaper and quicker. The paper explores whether there are parts of digital material digitised a decade ago worth preserving,...

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