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National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP). CNI Project Briefing December 5, 2005. NDIIPP Elements. Preservation Partners. Technical Architecture. Research. Lead Institutions for the 8 Partnerships. California Digital Library: Web political content

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national digital information infrastructure and preservation program ndiipp

National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP)

CNI Project Briefing

December 5, 2005

ndiipp elements
NDIIPP Elements

Preservation Partners

Technical Architecture

Research

www.digitalpreservation.gov

lead institutions for the 8 partnerships
Lead Institutions for the 8 Partnerships
  • California Digital Library: Web political content
  • Emory University: MetaArchive of Southern digital culture
  • UC Santa Barbara: NGDA Geospatial Data
  • NC State University: Geospatial Data
  • U of Maryland: Dot.com business records
  • U of Michigan: DataPASS--Social science data
  • U of Illinois, OCLC, State & academic libraries, NCSA: State government publications, among other content
  • WNET/PBS: Digital television

(red=represented in today’s panel)

www.digitalpreservation.gov

goals for the partnerships
Goals for the Partnerships
  • Identify/select/collect content; communicate strategies for doing so
  • Probe intellectual property issues
  • Collaborate broadly in developing a shared technical architecture
  • Study economic sustainability
  • Identify and share best practices
  • Learn how to build and incrementally improve a preservation network

www.digitalpreservation.gov

network of networks
Network of Networks
  • LC pleased to see interconnections between partners, other networks
  • Some examples:
    • Association of Research Libraries
    • Digital Library Federation
    • Coalition for Networked Information
    • UK Joint Information Systems Committee

www.digitalpreservation.gov

broad categories of challenges
Broad Categories of Challenges
  • Technical
  • Legal
  • Social
  • Economic

www.digitalpreservation.gov

metaarchive project emory univ partners
MetaArchive ProjectEmory Univ. & partners
  • Distributed preservation network of six institutions now deployed and functioning
  • Conspectus database (based on UKOLN RSLP and DCC) of all collections archived in the network of nodes
  • Now working on developing a long-term Cooperative to support our network
  • Negotiating many issues about organizational roles and responsibilities in such a Cooperative
  • Examining various organizational structures for the Cooperative, including unincorporated association for interim period of 1-2 years, and 501(c)(3) for subsequent long term; now drafting inter-institutional contracts

www.digitalpreservation.gov

north carolina geospatial data archiving project
North Carolina Geospatial DataArchiving Project

Project Goals

  • Preservation of state and local geospatial data resources
  • Engaging existing spatial data infrastructure

Emerging Challenges

  • Rethinking content: not just data--also cartographic representation and geospatial documents
  • Technical challenges: handling complex objects in a repository; spatial databases
  • Engaging the industry: making the case for historic and temporal data--gathering use cases

www.digitalpreservation.gov

ucsb ngda first year progress and issues
UCSB NGDA: FIRST YEAR PROGRESS AND ISSUES
  • Designed NGDA architecture; combination of new and available:
    • Storage subsystem (Isilon, Archivas)
    • Server to connect components and manage ingest
    • Existing ADL as interface for access and federation
    • Major challenge: Developing Geospatial Format Registry
  • Collections issues in archiving geospatial imagery:
    • Developing collection policies and provider contracts
    • Definition of “at-risk” digital information
    • Identifying good collections to test/prototype system:
      • UCSB: 3 TB CaSIL data; Stanford: .5 TB, Rumsey Collection
    • Major challenge: Multi-layered data environment and poorly documented formats
  • Team building challenges:
    • People who understand mission and have technical skills
    • Developing a common vocabulary
  • Year Two goals:
    • Web-accessible prototype for demonstration
    • Economic sustainability models
    • Collections (MODIS, Landsat, Shapefiles, DOQQ)

www.digitalpreservation.gov

echodepository illinois oclc state academic libraries ncsa
ECHODepository: Illinois, OCLC, State & Academic Libraries, NCSA
  • Year 1 Accomplishments:
    • Selection rationale (Arizona Model)
    • OCLC Web Archiving Workbench Tools
    • Repository evaluation
    • Repository interoperability: Hub & spoke model
    • Partnership building: NCSA, CDL, others
  • Challenges:
    • Scalability & flexibility of software & storage architectures
    • Import/export commonalities: METS

www.digitalpreservation.gov

cdl web at risk a distributed approach to preserving our nation s heritage
CDL: Web at RiskA Distributed Approach to Preserving our Nation’s Heritage
  • Project Goal: develop a web-archiving service to enable institutions to continue their historic collection, management, and preservation roles.
  • Collection Challenges: web-based events (Katrina)
    • The nature of events on the web
    • Technical and social issues
    • Selection, collection & classification
    • Balancing rights and acquisition needs
    • Understanding information retrieval

www.digitalpreservation.gov

michigan data preservation alliance for the social sciences datapass
Michigan: Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (DataPASS)
  • Goals:
    • Build Partnership to Identify and preserve at-risk digital social science content
    • Successful creation of a database of content
  • What have we learned?
    • Identification/selection daunting
    • Technology challenging
    • Aided by social science metadata standards
    • Building a partnership very useful

www.digitalpreservation.gov

emerging issues
Emerging Issues
  • Natural tension between collaboration and tradition of institution-specific approaches
  • Much interest in joint infrastructure, but developing shared services will take time
  • Existing preservation methods are being stretched
  • Balancing a focus on project goals while also considering lots of interesting ideas

www.digitalpreservation.gov

learning and incremental development
Learning and Incremental Development
  • We need to get broad feedback and continue learning
  • Still no “silver bullet” solution to digital preservation
  • NDIIPP considering all viable approaches, working toward gradual development of decentralized, interoperable architecture
  • Our partners are modeling this approach

www.digitalpreservation.gov

contact information
LOC: William Lefurgy

CDL: Patricia Cruse

Emory: Martin Halbert

Illinois: Beth Sandore

Michigan: Myron Gutmann

NC State: Steven Morris

UCSB: Sarah Pritchard

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

Contact Information:

www.digitalpreservation.gov

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