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5 Stages of Digital Preservation. Acknowledging the problem Digital preservation projects are initiatedDigital preservation projects segue into programsDigital preservation programs become comprehensive and coordinatedInstitutional programs embrace inter-institutional collaboration and dependency.

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1. Digital Preservation at Cornell Anne R. Kenney Association of Canadian Archivists May 25, 2002

2. 5 Stages of Digital Preservation Acknowledging the problem Digital preservation projects are initiated Digital preservation projects segue into programs Digital preservation programs become comprehensive and coordinated Institutional programs embrace inter-institutional collaboration and dependency Academic Assembly Academic Assembly

3. Stage 1: Acknowledging the Problem “Hello, my name is Cornell and I’m a digital imaging junkie.” More than a decade of imaging projects No inventory Uneven/inconsistent documentation Proprietary formats Obsolete hardware and software No ongoing funding stream

4. Stage 2: From Digital Imaging to Digital Preservation Risk Management of Digital Information: A File Format Investigation http://www.clir.org/pubs/abstract/pub93abst.html Project Prism http://www.library.cornell.edu/preservation/prism.html Project Harvest http://www.library.cornell.edu/harvest/ RLG DigiNews http://www.rlg.org/preserv/diginews/ Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

5. Stage 3: From Digital Preservation Projects to Programs USDA Economics and Statistics System http://usda.mannlib.cornell.edu/ Project Euclid http://projecteuclid.org/ ArXiv http://arxiv.org/ C-Theory Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

7. Stage 3.5: Mainstreaming and Coordinating Programs Establishing a Central Depository Joint initiative of IRIS and D-LIT Preserving Cornell's Digital Image Collections: Implementing an Archival Strategy, March 2001 (IMLS grant)

8. Central Depository Part 1 Establishing a Central Depository for Preserving Digital Image Collections - Part I: Responsibilities of Transferee http://www.library.cornell.edu/imls/index.htm Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

9. CD Part 1: Responsibilities of Transferee 1. Selection and Content Considerations Scope, Content/Functional Criteria, Priorities 2. Legal Considerations 3. Technical Requirements for Conversion Source Material for Digitization Recommended and Minimal Requirements Quality Control Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

10. CD Part 1 (cont.) Pre-Depository Storage and Maintenance Metadata Requirements Descriptive Structural Metadata Preservation Metadata 6. Key Issues for CD 2: role and responsibilities of the Depository Academic Assembly The two OCLC/RLG metadata documents: Content Information and Preservation Description Information (PDI) cover these three categories of metadata.Academic Assembly The two OCLC/RLG metadata documents: Content Information and Preservation Description Information (PDI) cover these three categories of metadata.

11. Stage 4: From Central to Common Depository Monitoring and managing distributed resources and formats A focal point for digital preservation at Cornell Mapping emerging models and standards to institutional context

12. Foundation Documents Trusted Digital Repositories: Attributes and Responsibilities (RLG/OCLC) http://www.rlg.org/longterm/repositories.pdf OAIS Reference Model (CCSDS) www.ccsds.org/documents/pdf/CCSDS-650.0-R-2.pdf SIP Transfer Issues: Producer-Archive Interface Methodology Abstract Standard (CCSDS) http://ssdoo.gsfc.nasa.gov/nost/isoas/CCSDS-651.0-W-1.pdf Academic Assembly Organizational context, responsibilities, and infrastructure Title: Attributes of a Trusted Digital Repository Source: RLG-OCLC collaboration Date: Draft, October 2001 CU role: Anne R. Kenney serves on the committee that is developing this document URL: http://www.rlg.org/longterm/attributes01.pdf Notes: The DPO produced a document that maps the framework proposed in this document to the Central Depository requirements. This document was submitted to RLG. See Central Depository II: Mapping the RLG/OCLC Attributes of a Trusted Repository to CDI key issues [draft report] Open Archival Information System (OAIS) and related initiatives Title: OAIS Reference Model Source: Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) Date: version CCDS 650.0-R-2, July 2001 URL: http://www.ccsds.org/documents/pdf/CCSDS-650.0-R-2.pdf Notes: OAIS is in review by ISO. The DPO produced a document that maps Cornell initiatives and development to the OAIS reference model Academic Assembly Organizational context, responsibilities, and infrastructure Title: Attributes of a Trusted Digital Repository Source: RLG-OCLC collaboration Date: Draft, October 2001 CU role: Anne R. Kenney serves on the committee that is developing this document URL: http://www.rlg.org/longterm/attributes01.pdf Notes: The DPO produced a document that maps the framework proposed in this document to the Central Depository requirements. This document was submitted to RLG. See Central Depository II: Mapping the RLG/OCLC Attributes of a Trusted Repository to CDI key issues [draft report] Open Archival Information System (OAIS) and related initiatives Title: OAIS Reference Model Source: Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) Date: version CCDS 650.0-R-2, July 2001 URL: http://www.ccsds.org/documents/pdf/CCSDS-650.0-R-2.pdf Notes: OAIS is in review by ISO. The DPO produced a document that maps Cornell initiatives and development to the OAIS reference model

13. Foundation Documents AIP Components (OCLC/RLG PMWG): A Recommendation for Content Information A Recommendation for Preservation Description Information http://www.oclc.org/research/pmwg/ Format Issues: Draft Standard - Data Dictionary - Technical Metadata for Digital Still Images (NISO) http://www.niso.org/committees/committee_au.html Academic Assembly Submission Information Package (SIP) Transfer Issues: Title: Producer-Archive Interface Methodology Abstract Standard Source: CCSDS Date: January 2002 URL: http://ssdoo.gsfc.nasa.gov/nost/isoas/CCSDS-651.0-W-1.pdf Notes: William Kehoe of DLIT produced a document that maps the proposed methodology to the Central Depository. See A Draft Of The Central Depository Ingest Process. Archival Information Package (AIP) Components: Title: Content Information (draft) Preservation Description Information (draft) Source: OCLC/RLG Preservation Metadata Working Group (PMWG) Date: Final drafts October 2001, March 2002 CU Role: Oya Rieger served on the PMWG URL: http://www.oclc.org/research/pmwg/ Format Issues: Title: Data Dictionary: Technical Metadata for Digital Still Images (draft standard) Source: National Information Standards Organization (NISO), Technical Metadata for Digital Still Images, Standards Committee AU Date: February 2001 CU Role: Oya Rieger co-chaired the committee URL: http://www.niso.org/committees/committee_au.html Academic Assembly Submission Information Package (SIP) Transfer Issues: Title: Producer-Archive Interface Methodology Abstract Standard Source: CCSDS Date: January 2002 URL: http://ssdoo.gsfc.nasa.gov/nost/isoas/CCSDS-651.0-W-1.pdf Notes: William Kehoe of DLIT produced a document that maps the proposed methodology to the Central Depository. See A Draft Of The Central Depository Ingest Process. Archival Information Package (AIP) Components: Title: Content Information (draft) Preservation Description Information (draft) Source: OCLC/RLG Preservation Metadata Working Group (PMWG) Date: Final drafts October 2001, March 2002 CU Role: Oya Rieger served on the PMWG URL: http://www.oclc.org/research/pmwg/ Format Issues: Title: Data Dictionary: Technical Metadata for Digital Still Images (draft standard) Source: National Information Standards Organization (NISO), Technical Metadata for Digital Still Images, Standards Committee AU Date: February 2001 CU Role: Oya Rieger co-chaired the committee URL: http://www.niso.org/committees/committee_au.html

14. RLG-OCLC Attributes of a Trusted Repository Administrative Responsibility Organizational Viability Financial Sustainability Technological and Procedural Suitability System Security Procedural Accountability Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

15. Connecting the Dots at Cornell Mapping 16 requirements in Central Depository to the 6 components of RLG/OCLC Attributes Not one-to-one relationship Not all components of equal value Nested relationships

17. OAIS Open Archival Information System

18. Overview of the OAIS Model Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

19. Mapping RLG/OCLC Attributes to OAIS Reference Model Administrative Framework (RLG/OCLC) Process Framework (OAIS) Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

21. Cornell Mapping to the OAIS reference model Mapping Producer-Archives Interface Standard to draft CD ingest process Reviewing SIPs for Euclid and ArXiv, etc.

22. Cornell Mapping to the OAIS reference model Mapping the AIP CUL Metadata Working Group assessing OCLC/RLG reports on content information and preservation description information DIP and Access: ENCompass and Luna Insight

23. Connecting the Dots Linking SIP, AIP, and DIP Validating requirements Integrating preservation considerations and OAIS design elements in ENCompass development Linking archive implementations From Central Depository to Common Depository (Stage 4)

24. OAIS at Cornell Academic AssemblyAcademic Assembly

25. Stage 5: Into the Future Inter-institutional collaboration and dependency

26. From One to Many Pre and post-competitive collaboration Guns and butter Putting money behind the mouth Some emerging preservation models: California Digital Library DLF/OCLC registry initiative LOCKSS

27. Vertical Archive Silos

28. Cutting Across

29. From LOCKSS to Gridlocks

31. Extending Responsibility Beyond the Institution Preserving Web Resources Building Consortial Digital Archives Understanding Interconnectedness Developing Methods and Tools for the Matrix (prevent, predict, detect, respond, repair)

32. Digital Preservation: “It just might work.” Get Smart to Agent 99

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