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    • Audio-Visual Archiving: Comparing Memory Institutions and Commercial Industries 

      Fleischhauer, Carl (2006-10-27)
      This presentation will compare and contrast the audio-visual reformatting carried out in memory institutions with the production, distribution, and archiving of born digital content by record labels, television broadcasters, ...
    • Audit and Certification of Digital Repositories: Exposing Risk and Fostering Collaboration 

      Dale, Robin (2006-10-27)
      Over the last three years, the RLG - NARA Task for on Digital Repository certification has worked to develop a checklist which would allow objective evaluation of digital repositories and archives. The checklist was based ...
    • The nestor Catalogue of Criteria for Trusted Digital Repository Evaluation and Certification 

      Dobratz, Susanne; Schoger, Astrid; Strathmann, Stefan (2006-10-27)
      The Criteria for Trusted Digital Long-Term Preservation Repositories ( urn: nbn:de:0008-2006060710 or http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/series/nestor-materialien/2006-8/PDF/8.pdf ) have been developed by the nestor project and are ...
    • Preservation Pressure Points: Evaluating Diverse Evidence for Risk Management 

      Ross, Seamus; McHugh, Andrew (2006-10-27)
      Preservation Pressure Points: Evaluating Diverse Evidence for Risk Management -- Establishing a comprehensive understanding of the effectiveness and trustworthiness of a digital repository requires a broad range of evidence. ...
    • Repository Institutionalization: What makes it worth becoming infrastructure? 

      Galloway, Patricia (2006-10-27)
      Repository Institutionalization: What makes it worth becoming infrastructure? Since the advent of inexpensive or open-source institutional repository software, libraries and other institutions have attempted to wrestle ...
    • DAITSS and the Florida Digital Archive 

      Caplan, Priscilla (2006-10-27)
      The Florida Digital Archive (FDA) is a digital preservation repository run by the Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) for the use of the eleven public universities of Florida. The FDA went into production in ...
    • Fedora: Complex Objects, Information Networks, and the Challenges of Digital Preservation 

      Payette, Sandy (2006-10-27)
      Fedora: Complex Objects, Information Networks, and the Challenges of Digital Preservation -- We are at a point where the scope, definition, and uses of digital libraries and institutional repositories are changing along ...
    • DANS: Data Archiving and Networked Services 

      van Horik, Rene (2006-10-27)
      DANS is the new Dutch organization, which has been tasked with the preservation and permanent access to research data in the humanities and the social sciences. The two main scientific administrative organizations in the ...
    • The Norwegian Digital Radio Archive - 8 years later, what happened? 

      Brygfjeld, Svein Arne (2006-10-27)
      The Norwegian Digital Radio Archive -- The Norwegian Broadcast Corporation (NRK, www.nrk.no) and the National Library of Norway has for six years been working together to digitise the historical radio archive of NRK. The ...
    • Co-operative Development of a Long-term Digital Information Archive 

      Altenhoener, Reinhard; Steinke, Tobias (2006-10-27)
      Data for the future - the kopal project -- The German project kopal develops a cooperative used long-term digital archive. The archival system of kopal could be used by different clients, just like a bank account. It is ...
    • MetaArchive NDIIPP Partnership 

      McDonald, Robert H.; Walters, Tyler (2006-10-27)
      The MetaArchive of Southern Digital Culture will discuss the first two years of deliverables (2004-2006) for their three year partnership for establishing a collaborative digital preservation network for southern cultural ...
    • Digital Archive Partnership 

      Tamminga, Tim (2006-10-27)
      For almost two years, the National Library of New Zealand (NLNZ), Endeavor Information Systems and Sun Microsystems have been working together to design and implement a comprehensive digital preservation platform for New ...
    • Preservation of Federal Digital Publications 

      Haun-Mohamed, Robin; Baldwin, Gil (2006-10-27)
      The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) is committed to ensuring permanent public access and preservation of U.S. Federal publications. Historically, preservation of the tangible materials has been handled in collaboration ...
    • Portico: An Electronic Archiving Service 

      Fenton, Eileen (2006-10-27)
      The work of the academy ? research and teaching ? is not possible without reliable access to the accumulated scholarship of the past. One component of this scholarly record, academic journals, is increasingly electronic ? ...
    • The International e-Depot: e-Journal Archiving at the National Library of the Netherlands 

      Oltmans, Erik (2006-10-27)
      Electronic journals dominate the field of academic literature, and it is of great importance to the international scientific community that this electronic intellectual output remains accessible in perpetuity. It is ...
    • LOCKSS: Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe 

      Reich, Victoria (2006-10-27)
      People with responsibility for scholarly assets agree that digital preservation is important. Tomorrow's readers will need today's materials; without preservation they won't exist. Librarians and publishers are asking two ...
    • Bringing Many Tools Together: Building a System of Co-operating OAIS's in the MathArc Project 

      Enders, Markus; Kehoe, William; Smith, Adam (2006-10-27)
      Bringing many tools together to build a system of co-operating OAIS's in the MathArc project. The MathArc project has created a protocol, software, and registry that enable multiple institutions to share and store digital ...
    • The Entity (N2T) Resolver: low-risk, low-cost persistent identification 

      Kunze, John (2006-10-27)
      Low-Risk Persistent Identification: the "Entity" (N2T) Resolver -- The N2T ("entity") identifier resolver addresses the same problem as URN, Handle, and DOI resolvers, but does so without complex or proprietary software ...
    • Global Digital Format Registry (GDFR): An Interim Status Report 

      Abrams, Stephen (2006-10-27)
      The format of a digital object must be known in order to interpret the information content of that object properly. Strong format typing is therefore fundamental to the effective use, interchange, and preservation of all ...
    • nestor II: e-Science and Preservation--A Perfect Match? 

      Neuroth, Heike (2006-10-27)
      e-Science and Preservation - A Perfect Match: The hard sciences have worked for many years towards global collaboration on an infrastructural and workflow level. The concepts and technologies eveloped in this venture are ...