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OAIS / Preservation Planning

When Mar 12, 2014
from 09:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Where Auditório de Informática
Contact Name Dr. Dirk von Suchodoletz
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Lecturer

Dr. Dirk von Suchodoletz

Content

  • Background and High Level Concepts
  • Mandatory Responsibilities
  • Functional Model (repository view)
    • Ingest, Access
    • Archival Storage, Data Management
    • Administration, Preservation Planning
  • Information Model (object view)
    • Types of Information Objects
  • Preservation Planning

Slides/Material

OAIS (pdf)

Literature

  • OAIS standard as CCSDS Recommendation (Blue Book) 650.0-B-1 (January 2002)
    Standards text: http://public.ccsds.org/publications/archive/650x0b1.pdf
  • S. Strodl and A. Rauber. Preservation planning in the OAIS model. In Int.
    Conf. On Digital Preservation (IPRES’07), 2007
  • C. Becker, H. Kulovits, M. Guttenbrunner, S. Strodl, A. Rauber, and H. Hofman.
    Systematic planning for digital preservation: evaluating potential strategies and
    building preservation plans. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 10:133–157, 2009
  • C. Becker, H. Kulovits, A. Rauber, and H. Hofman. Plato: a service oriented decision
    support system for preservation planning. In Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE-CS
    joint conference on Digital libraries, pages 367–370. ACM, 2008
  • S. Strodl and A. Rauber. Preservation planning in the oais model. In Int.
    Conference on Digital Preservation (IPRES’07), 2007

Preservation Planning / Tools, Example of Museums

When Mar 21, 2014
from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM
Where Auditório de Informática
Contact Name Dr. Winfried Bergmeyer
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Lecturer

Dr. Winfried Bergmeyer

Content

  • Practical challenges in preservation and access in museums
  • Metadata for presentation (challenges of standardized metadata schemas)
  • Strategies and concepts, cooperation
  • Services and partners

 

Slides/Material

Long Term Preservation in Museums (pdf)

Cost Models for Preservation/Planning

When Mar 27, 2014
from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM
Where Auditório de Informática
Contact Name Dr. Dirk von Suchodoletz
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Lecturer

Dr. Dirk von Suchodoletz

Content

  • Costs and Risk Management
  • Hardware and systems
  • Bit-level Storage Costs
  • Repository software
  • Staffing

 

Slides/Material

Costs in Digital Preservation (pdf)

Literature

  • J. Barateiro, G. Antunes, F. Freitas, and J. Borbinha. Designing digital
    preservation solutions: A risk management-based approach.
    International Journal of Digital Curation, 5(1):4–17, 2010
  • M. Altman, M. O. Adams, J. Crabtree, D. Donakowski, M. Maynard, A.
    Pienta, and C. H. Young. Digital preservation through archival
    collaboration: The data preservation alliance for the social sciences.
    American Archivist, 72(1):170–184, 2009
  • N. Beagrie. Digital curation for science, digital libraries, and individuals.
    International Journal of Digital Curation, 1(1):3–16, 2008
  • C. Becker, H. Kulovits, M. Guttenbrunner, S. Strodl, A. Rauber, and H.
    Hofman. Systematic planning for digital preservation: evaluating
    potential strategies and building preservation plans. International Journal
    on Digital Libraries, 10(4):133–157, 2009
  • S. Chapman. Counting the costs of digital preservation: is repository
    storage affordable? Journal of digital information, 4(2), 2006 27.03.14
  • B. Hole, P. Wheatley, L. Lin, P. McCann, and B. Aitken. The life3
    predictive costing tool for digital collections. New Review of Information
    Networking, 15(2):81–93, 2010
  • A. S. Palaiologk, A. A. Economides, H. D. Tjalsma, and L. B. Sesink. An
    activity-based costing model for long-term preservation and
    dissemination of digital research data: the case of dans. International
    Journal on Digital Libraries, 12(4):195–214, 2012
  • R. Wright, A. Miller, and M. Addis. The significance of storage in the
    ”cost of risk” of digital preservation, International Journal of Digital
    Curation, 4(3):104–122, 2009