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LOCKSS: FEEDBACK FROM INIST’s EXPERIENCE. Foreword Preservation-Why? LOCKSS overview LOCKSS at INIST Conclusion. Foreword CNRS: French National Centre for Scientific Research INIST: Institute for Scientific and Technical Information

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Lockss feedback from inist s experience

LOCKSS: FEEDBACK FROM INIST’s EXPERIENCE

  • Foreword

  • Preservation-Why?

  • LOCKSS overview

  • LOCKSS at INIST

  • Conclusion

Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


Lockss feedback from inist s experience

  • Foreword

  • CNRS: French National Centre for Scientific Research

  • INIST: Institute for Scientific and Technical Information

  • purchases e-resources for the French research community

  • Access given to researchers through thematic internet portals

  • (2009 budget: 10 M€)

  • INIST has an archiving mission for CNRS and other EPST

  • (Government Research Organizations)

Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


Preservation why

Preservation - Why?

  • From shelves to online access

  • e-ressources on internet portal

  • Long-term access / preservation

  • Which solutions?

    What about LOCKSS?

Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


Lockss overview

LOCKSS: overview

Lots of copies keep stuff safe

  • CNRS member of Lockss Alliance since 2007

  • Digital preservation tool

    • Collecting and preservating one’s own copies of authorized e-content

  • Open source software

  • Inexpensive

  • Collaborative: peer to peer

  • Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSS: what is needed

    • Lockss Box: archive of content (copies

    • of web page presentations)

    • Publisher’s Manifest: permission

    • to crawl

    • Plug-in: where to crawl and what

    • Polls: quality of copies

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss at inist

    LOCKSS at INIST

    • Implemented in 2006: 1 computer/3 people

    • e-resources on 2 portals BiblioVIE and BiblioSHS

    • EZ-Proxy

    • 1st step: selecting publishers

    • 2nd step: selecting journals

    • 3rd step: collecting

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSS How does it work ?

    Access

    CNRS portal

    EZProxy

    No

    Access

    Publisher’s

    Web site

    Lockss Box

    Crawling

    Polls

    Member’s Lockss

    Boxes

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSSAdministration

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss interface

    LOCKSSInterface

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss collecting

    LOCKSSCollecting

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss checking

    LOCKSSChecking

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSS

    Volumes in LOCKSS Box: different statuses

    • Successful

    • No permission from publisher

    • Can't fetch permission page

    • Never crawled

    • Fetch Error

    • What does it mean?

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSS

    Troubleshooting

    • Missing plug-in?

    • Missing manifest?

    • Journals via an aggregator?

    • Misunderstanding between publisher and INIST?

    • Technical problem?

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSS

    Lockss Box (http://lockss.intra.inist.fr )

    BiblioVIE on the Lockss Box:

     Publishers: 85

     Titles: 171

    BiblioSHS on the Lockss Box:

     Publishers: 56

     Titles: 343

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSS

    Lockss Box (http://lockss.intra.inist.fr )

     Bioone: 74 titles (not crawled)

     BMJ (on HW): 22 titles (no permission)

     Highwire: 34 titles (successful)

     OUP: 55 titles (successful)

     Muse: 305 titles (successful)

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    LOCKSS

    Technical aspects

    • Time-consuming

    • Librarian/IT staff

    • Limited number of volumes per title, why?

    • Only few publishers

      How to build a collection then?

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Conclusion

    Conclusion

    One solution but not THE SOLUTION

    • Mix with other solutions

      WE NEED:

    • Licence: authorization from publisher to preserve with Lockss

    • More publishers participating

    • More members in France to create a network

    • Group of users and influence

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


    Lockss feedback from inist s experience

    Thank You !

    [email protected]

    http://www.inist.fr/

    Catherine Fournier ICOLC October 2009


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