3 edition of Digital Preservation Consortium found in the catalog.
|Statement||Commission on Preservation and Access|
|Publishers||Commission on Preservation and Access|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Cornell has now run four workshops which have received very positive feedback from participants. Transfer of collections to these locations is performed using the open-source software Exactly. a digital duplicate of an academic research paper that is made available online as a means of improving access to the paper. Please note that none of the action items require specialized software.
Even with an emerging production and storage infrastructure for digital image libraries, the Digital Preservation Consortium must assume, at least in the short term, that the technology for gaining access to image documents will be unevenly distributed among and within universities, including its own member institutions. In other cases, user communities may influence the formats that are deposited within repositories.
A practical example used was when EDRM product A is no longer supported and needs to be migrated to EDRM Product B. Identify stored digital objects and their components Survey all stored digital objects and identify the components that are necessary for continued access to those digital objects. The recordings and slides presented during the event will be made available after the ceremony.
Tricia Patterson, Harvard University vice Digital Preservation Consortium Jim Downing described the DSpace at Cambridge repository in which there are no mandates on type of material or file formats but they do actively provide advice on good practice PDF 166KB.
The workshop concluded with a panel session of all speakers and was chaired by Chris Rusbridge DCC Director. Abell, Yale University March 1994 Members of the Consortium include: University of California, Berkeley Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University University of Michigan Pennsylvania State University Princeton University Stanford University University of Southern California University of Tennessee Yale University Digital Preservation Consortium development of the National Information Infrastructure and the growing use of the Internet are creating a rapidly-changing environment for collaborative preservation and access.
Verifying the integrity of a digital object: A basic function of digital preservation is being able to tell whether a digital object has changed, been corrupted, or is missing pieces. Feel free to skip around according to the needs of your institution.
It is specifically helpful to list what standards are being used and what information about digital content is currently being captured. This content is Digital Preservation Consortium for preservation only, not for access by members of the network. Potential standards and tools: or hashing algorithms, digital object fixity checking tool, many digital repositories create and often check digital signatures of the objects they store. Verify and monitor the usefulness of digital Digital Preservation Consortium for preservation and access The application of imaging technology to the preservation and access of library materials is new and in the early stages of development.
This is to say that standards and best practices are evolving over time in response to developing technologies, problems, and solutions. The three winner consortia After careful and deep assessment and evaluation, during the Prototype Phase Kick off meeting on the 7th of December the three consortia that have been selected to proceed to the next phase, the Prototype implementation phase, will be officially announced.
Volgy et al in their 2008 article Identifying Formal Intergovernmental Organizations. 60 web sites to date and is currently held separately from the Digital Archive but it was intended to bring the two together.
During the lunch break, Lynne Brindley and Laura Campbell signed an agreement between the DPC and the Library of Congress.
In other cases, user communities may influence the formats that are deposited within repositories.