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Digital Preservation

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Project Briefings & Plenary Sessions from CNI Meetings

The 2014 National Agenda for Digital Stewardship: What Works in Digital Preservation, and What is Needed (December '14)

Micah Altman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
Michelle Gallinger, Gallinger Consulting

 

Ensuring Access to Digital Back Copy: Who Has the Digital Shelving? (December '14)

Peter Burnhill, University of Edinburgh

 

Falling Though the Cracks: Digital Preservation and Institutional Failures (December '14)

Jerome McDonough, Library publishing Coalition

 

Improving the Odds of Preservation (December '14)

David S. H. Rosenthal, Stanford University

 

Inaugural Digital Preservation Network Pilot Project Findings and Next Steps (December '14)

Debra Hanken Kurtz, Texas Digital Library
Tony Navarrete, Stanford University
David Minor, University of California at San Diego

 

Online-Only Media: 21st Century Collection Crisis? (December '14)

John Vallier, University of Washington

 

Publishing and Preserving Data as Primary Research Objects: The RMap Project (December '14)

Timothy DiLauro, Data Conservancy, Johns Hopkins University
Ken Rawson, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
Kate Wittenberg, Portico

 

Stewarding New York Public Library’s Audio and Moving Image Research Collections into the Future (December '14)

Ann Thornton, New York Public Library
Evelyn Frangakis, New York Public Library

 

Beyond Serials: Lessons Learned and Future Directions for e-Book Preservation (March '14)

Stephanie Orphan, Portico
Robert Wolven, Columbia University
Charles Hammer, John Wiley & Sons

 

Can a Consortium Build a Viable Preservation Repository? (March '14)

Suzanne E. Thorin, University of Virginia
Bradley Daigle, University of Virginia
Stephen Davis, Columbia University
Linda Newman, University of Cincinnati
Scott Turnbull, University of Virginia

 

The Journalism Digital News Archive (JDNA): Responding to Disruption (March '14)

Edward McCain, University of Missouri

 

The National Digital Stewardship Residency (March '14)

Lauren Work, PBS
Julia Blase, The National Security Archive

 

Aligning National Approaches II Action Assembly Update (November '13)

Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Gail McMillan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Matt Schultz, Educopia Institute
Aaron Trehub, Auburn University
Tyler Walters, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 

Archivists and Activists: You Don’t Get to Non-Traditional Collections with Traditional Collectors (November '13)

Todd Grappone, University of California, Los Angeles
Sharon E. Farb, University of California, Los Angeles
Ali Jamshidi, University of California, Los Angeles

 

Audiovisual Collections and the Digital Preservation Network: A Convening of the DPN Task Force on Audio, Video and Film (November '13)

Steven Morales, Digital Preservation Network
Jon Dunn, Indiana University Bloomington
Joshua S. Harris, University of Illinois
Sam Gustman, University of Southern California

 

Expanding E-Journal Preservation: Developing and Promoting Methods for Community Implementation (November '13)

Robert Wolven, Columbia University
Oya Rieger, Cornell University

 

Hiberlink: Investigating Reference Rot in Web-Based Scholarly Communication (November '13)

Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Martin Klein, Los Alamos National Laboratory

 

A National Agenda for Digital Stewardship (November '13)

Micah Altman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Abbie Grotke, Library of Congress
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress

 

SHARE Update: Higher Education and Public Access to Research (November '13)

Rick Luce, University of Oklahoma
Tyler Walters, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 

Update From Federal Funding Agencies (November '13)

Robert Horton, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)
Kathleen Williams, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Joel Wurl, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

 

Using Informatics & Visualizations to Understand Digital Preservation Activity (November '13)

Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
Christina Drummond, University of North Texas

 

The Avalon Media System: An Open Source Audio/Video System for Libraries and Archives (March '13)

Jon W. Dunn, Indiana University Bloomington
Claire Stewart, Northwestern University

 

The Digital Preservation Network: A Report and Discussion on DPN’s Emerging Architecture, System Protocol & Service Model (March '13)

Tom Cramer, Stanford University
Ladd Hanson, University of Texas at Austin
James Simon, Stanford University

 

Economical Big Local Storage (March '13)

Tom Klingler, Kent State University

 

Mapping Data Curation for New Scholars and Scientists: Expanding the Curriculum for the Council on Library and Information Resources Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (March '13)

Katherine Akers, Emory University
Lori Jahnke, Emory University
Elliott Shore, Association of Research Libraries
Rachel Frick, Council on Library and Information Resources

 

Not Your Grandfather’s Web Any More (March '13)

Kris Carpenter Negulescu, Internet Archive
David Rosenthal, Stanford University

 

Academic Preservation Trust (December '12)

Robin Ruggaber, University of Virginia
Michele Kimpton, DuraSpace

 

Auditing Distributed Preservation Networks (December '12)

Micah Altman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Digital Preservation Network Update (December '12)

James Hilton, University of Virginia
Steven Morales, Digital Preservation Network

 

The Truth is Out There: Preservation and the Cloud (December '12)

David S. H. Rosenthal, Stanford University

 

Using the Cloud for Backup, Storage, and Archiving: Decision Factors, Experiences, and use Cases Explored (December '12)

Michele Kimpton, DuraSpace
Geneva Henry, Rice University
Holly Mercer, University of Tennessee Knoxville
Mark Leggott, University of Prince Edward Island

 

Video at Risk: Preserving Commercial Video Collections in Research Libraries (December '12)

Howard Besser, New York University
Walter Forsberg, New York University
Melissa Brown, New York University

 

Archiving Large Swaths of User-Contributed Digital Content: Lessons from Archiving the Occupy Movement (March '12)

Howard Besser, New York University
David Millman, New York University
Sharon M. Leon, George Mason University
Kristine Hanna, Internet Archive

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Creating the Digital Preservation Network (March '12)

James Hilton, University of Virginia

 

Curation Practices for Born-Digital and Digitized Newspaper Collections (March '12)

Stephen Abrams, California Digital Library

 

Pay Once, Preservation Forever: A “Paid Up” Cost Model for Long-Term Preservation (March '12)

Stephen Abrams, California Digital Library

 

The United States End-of-Term Web Archive (March '12)

Abbie Grotke, Library of Congress
Kathleen Murray, University of North Texas

 

2011 Digital Preservation Initiatives (December '11)

Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Martha Anderson, Library of Congress
Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
Priscilla Caplan, University of Florida
Kris Carpenter, Internet Archive
Rachel Frick, Council on Library and Information Resources

 

DAITSS Digital Preservation System: Re-architected, Re-written, and Open Source (December '11)

Priscilla Caplan, Florida Center for Library Automation

 

Leveraging an OAIS Digital Preservation System to Build a Locally Relevant Digital Library (December '11)

John M. Meador, Jr., Binghamton University, State University of New York
Ido Peled, Ex Libris Group

 

Olive: A Digital Archive for Executable Content (December '11)

Gloriana St. Clair, Carnegie Mellon University
Dan Ryan, Carnegie Mellon University

 

Open Folklore: A Collaboration (December '11)

Brenda Johnson, Indiana University
Timothy Lloyd, American Folklore Society
Julie Bobay, Indiana University

 

Oral History, METS and Fedora: Building a Standards-Compliant Audio Preservation Infrastructure (December '11)

Janet Gertz, Columbia University
Stephen Paul Davis, Columbia University

 

An Overview of the National Science Foundation DataNet Funded Sustainable Environments-Actionable Data Project (December '11)

Margaret Hedstrom, University of Michigan
Robert H. McDonald, Indiana University

 

Paying for Long-Term Storage (December '11)

David S. H. Rosenthal, Stanford University

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Preservation Status of e-Resources: A Potential Crisis in Electronic Journal Preservation (December '11)

Oya Y. Rieger, Cornell University
Robert Wolven, Columbia University

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A Tangled Web: Structural Problems in Game Preservation (December '11)

Jerome McDonough, University of Illinois

 

Data Conservancy Update (April '11)

Sayeed Choudhury, John Hopkins University
Elliot Metsger, John Hopkins University

 

A Framework for Applying the Open Archival Information System Reference Model to Distributed Digital Preservation (April '11)

Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Matt Schultz, Educopia Institute

 

Memento: Giant Leaps Towards Seamless Navigation of the Past Web (April '11)

Robert Sanderson, Los Alamos National Laboratory

 

Minnesota Digital Library and HathiTrust Prototype an Image Preservation Archive (April '11)

John Butler, University of Minnesota
John Weise, University of Michigan
Eric Celeste, Minnesota Digital Library

 

SAFE-Archive: Open Source, TRAC-Based Preservation Auditing for LOCKSS and Dataverse Network (April '11)

Micah Altman, Harvard University
Jonathan Crabtree, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

 

The Cuban Theater Digital Archive at the University of Miami (December '10)

Kyle Rimkus, University of Miami
Lillian Manzor, University of Miami

 

Laboratory for Digital Cultural Heritage in the Research Commons at UCLA (December '10)

Gary E. Strong, Univeristy of California, Los Angeles
Todd Grappone, University of California, Los Angeles

 

National Digital Preservation Program Initiatives for 2011 (December '10)

Martha Anderson, Library of Congress
Laura Campbell, Library of Congress

 

National Hosting and Interoperability: The LuKII Project in Germany (December '10)

Michael Seadle, Humboldt University of Berlin
David S. H. Rosenthal, Stanford University

 

Preserving Social Science Research Data Using Fedora (December '10)

Bryan Beecher, University of Michigan

 

Seizing the Moment: Jazz Discography and Digital Communications (December '10)

Tad Shull, Columbia University

 

Sherwood Archive Project: Preserving Private Records of Public Interest (December '10)

Sam Meister, Consultant
David Kirsch, University of Maryland

 

Digital Libraries and Long-term Access for the Rest of Us: The University of Alabama Acumen Experience (April '10)

Tom Wilson, University of Alabama
Jody DeRidder, University of Alabama
Tonio Loewald, University of Alabama

 

DuraCloud: Preservation Infrastructure in the Cloud (April '10)

Andrew Woods, DuraSpace

 

Preserving Our Collections, Preserving Our Missions: Cooperative Strategies for Distributed Digital Preservation (April '10)

Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Katherine Skinner, MetaArchive Cooperative

 

Status Report: NDIIPP Preserving Digital Public Television Project (April '10)

Howard Besser, New York University
Kara van Malssen, New York University
Joe Pawletko, New York University

 

Finding One Piece of the Digital Preservation Puzzle (December '09)

Randy Olsen, Brigham Young University
William Lund, Brigham Young University
Chris L. Erickson, Brigham Young University

 

Initiatives from the National Science Foundation’s DataNet Program (April '09)

Sayeed Choudhury, Johns Hopkins University
Patricia Cruse, University of California

 

How Are We Ensuring the Longevity of Digital Documents? (April '09)

David S.H. Rosenthal, Stanford University

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The Djatoka JPEG 2000 Image Server (April '09)

Ryan Chute, Los Alamos National Laboratory

 

“Just in Time” in Difficult Times: Lessons to be Learned (April '09)

Victoria Reich, Stanford University
David S.H. Rosenthal, Stanford University

 

Archiving and Preserving the Web: Future Directions and Applications (April '06)

Merrilee Proffitt, RLG, Inc.
Kristine Hanna, Internet Archive
Dan Avery, Internet Archive

 

Designing Digital Preservation Repository Services at Stanford: Practical Theory for Practical Services (April '06)

Keith Johnson, Stanford University

 

The Library of Congress/National Science Foundation Digital Archiving and Long-Term Preservation Research Program (Digarch): Results and Prospects (April '06)

William LeFurgy, Library of Congress

 

Results from a Technology Analysis of Repositories and Services (April '06)

Sayeed Choudhury, Johns Hopkins University

 

The ASERL LOCKSS-ETD Initiative: Developing Preservation Strategies for Libraries that Publish E-Scholarship (December '05)

Robert H. McDonald, Florida State University
Jody Combs, Vanderbilt University
John Burger, Association of Southeastern Research Libraries
Thomas Stuart Robertson, Stanford University

 

Auditing and Certification of Digital Repositories (December '05)

Bernard F. Reilly, Center for Research Libraries

 

Curation of E-Government Records (December '05)

GladysAnn Wells, Arizona State Library and Archives
Richard Pearce-Moses, Arizona State Library and Archives

 

Documenting Internet2: Using Heritrix for Focussed Web Crawl (December '05)

Eric Celeste, University of Minnesota

 

Preserving Electronic Scholarly Resources: An Overview of Portico (December '05)

Eileen Fenton, Portico

 

Toward A Digital-Based Information Management Practice (December '05)

Avra Michelson, MITRE Corporation
Michael Olson, MITRE Corporation

 

Year One Lessons Learned: Partnerships in the Library of Congress National Digital Information Infrastructure Preservation Program (December '05)

Beth Sandore, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
William G. LeFurgy, Library of Congress
Patricia Cruse, University of California, Office of the President
Martin Halbert, Emory University
Sarah M. Pritchard, University of California, Santa Barbara
Steven Morris, North Carolina State University
David A. Kirsch, University of Maryland
Myron P. Gutmann, University of Michigan

 

Closing the Gap: The Fedora Project and Small Colleges (April '05)

Eric Jansson, Associated Colleges of the South Technology Center

 

Desktop Records Management in the Networked Environment: Enterprise-Based Strategies (April '05)

Charles R. McClure, Florida State University
J. Timothy Sprehe, Sprehe Information Management Associates, Inc.

 

Digital Library Building Blocks: Empowering Libraries in an Increasingly Competitive Online Information Space (April '05)

Daniel Greenstein, University of California
Peter Brantley, California Digital Library

 

The Government Printing Office’s (GPO) Roadmap to the Future: Planning a World Class System for Managing Official U.S. Government Content (April '05)

Michael Wash, United States Government Printing Office
George Barnum, United States Government Printing Office

 

Implementing Permanence Levels and Creating the Archive for the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) Permanent Web Documents (April '05)

Margaret M. Byrnes, National Library of Medicine

 

NDIIPP: Building Collaborative Digital Preservation Partnerships (April '05)

William LeFurgy, Library of Congress
Daniel Greenstein, University of California
Martha Anderson, Library of Congress

 

A Technology Analysis of Repositories and Services (April '05)

Jim Martino, Johns Hopkins University

 

Archiving the Political Web: Prospects and Challenges (December '04)

Bernard F. Reilly, Center for Research Libraries

 

ARL Endorses Digitization as an Acceptable Preservation Reformatting Option (December '04)

William A. Gosling, University of Michigan
Sherry Byrne, University of Chicago

 

DARE: The Next Stage (December '04)

Leo Waaijers, SURF

 

Digital Preservation: From Theory toward Practice (December '04)

Richard Fyffe, University of Kansas
Deborah Ludwig, University of Kansas
Beth Forrest Warner, University of Kansas

 

Is Stuff Safe Yet? Publisher Cooperation, Collection Expansion, Technology Development, Community Sustainability (December '04)

Victoria Reich, Stanford University
David S.H. Rosenthal, Stanford University

 

Managing the Rhizome: METS for Web-Archiving (December '04)

Leslie Myrick, New York University

 

The MetaArchive of Southern Digital Culture: Building a Collaborative Digital Preservation Network (December '04)

Robert H. McDonald, Florida State University
Martin Halbert, Emory University
Beth Nicol, Auburn University
Vicky Reich, Stanford University
Tyler O. Walters, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Metadata for Digital Preservation: A Status Report on PREMIS (December '04)

Priscilla Caplan, State University System of Florida
Nancy Hoebelheinrich, Stanford University

 

An Update from the OAI (December '04)

Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Carl Lagoze, Cornell University
Simeon Warner, Cornell University
Michael Nelson, Old Dominion University

 

An Update from the OAI: Discussion Session (December '04)

Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Carl Lagoze, Cornell University
Simeon Warner, Cornell University
Michael Nelson, Old Dominion University

 

Australian Research Information Infrastructure Projects: The Perspective of the National Library of Australia (April '04)

Warwick Cathro, National Library of Australia

 

Implications of Capture and Preservation of Scholarly and Administrative Information: The Need for Collaborative Enterprise Policy Development (April '04)

Richard Fyffe, University of Kansas
Deborah Ludwig, University of Kansas
Beth Forrest Warner, University of Kansas
Marilu Goodyear, University of Kansas

 

National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program Update (April '04)

William G. LeFurgy, Library of Congress

 

Preservation-Worthy Digital Video: Hope You Brought Your Checkbook (April '04)

Jerome McDonough, New York University

 

PubMed Central and the NLM Journal Archiving Vocabulary (April '04)

Jeffrey Beck, National Library of Medicine

 

Digital Preservation and Library Periodicals Expenses: Variance between Non-Subscription Costs for Print and Electronic Formats on a Life-Cycle Basis (December '03)

Eileen Gifford Fenton, JSTOR
Roger Schonfeld, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

 

Libraries and Digital Scholarship: From Vision to Transformation (December '03)

Ann M. Lally, University of Washington
Eileen Llona, University of Washington

 

Managing and Archiving Learning Management Systems Course Materials and Records (December '03)

Jeremy Rowe, Arizona State University
Rob Spindler, Arizona State University
Thomas Rosko, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Persistent Identifiers (December '03)

John Kunze
California Digital Library

 

Sustainability of Digital Asset Programs and Services: Business Planning by Cultural Heritage Organizations (December '03)

Nancy Allen, University of Denver

 

A Tale of Two Archives (December '03)

Priscilla Caplan, Florida Center for Library Automation
Jerry Persons, Stanford University

 

Why Research Libraries? Building Local Web-Based Collections: LOCKSS in Production (December '03)

Vicky Reich, Stanford University
David Rosenthal, Sun Microsystems

 

Academic Freedom and Institutional Commitment: Archival Considerations for Electronic Theses and Dissertations (December '02)

Rob Spindler, Arizona State University

 

Institutional Repositories Part One: Project Overviews and Organizational Issues (December '02)

Joseph Branin, Ohio State University
MacKenzie Smith, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thornton Staples, University of Virginia
Eric Van de Velde, California Institute of Technology

 

Institutional Repositories Part Two: Functional Requirements and Technical Issues (December '02)

Joseph Branin, Ohio State University
MacKenzie Smith, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thornton Staples, University of Virginia
Eric Van de Velde, California Institute of Technology

 

JSTOR’s New Initiative to Archive Electronic Journals (December '02)

Eileen Gifford Fenton, JSTOR
Kevin M. Guthrie, JSTOR

 

Today’s Web for Tomorrow’s Generation: Web Preservation at the Library of Congress (December '02)

Gina Jones, Library of Congress

 

ETDs at UMI Dissertation Publishing (April '02)

William Savage, Pro Quest Information and Learning

 

LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe): The Software Works! What’s Next? (April '02)

Vicky Reich, Stanford University
David S.H. Rosenthal, Sun Microsystems

 

Mellon Digital Archives Project (April '02)

Donald Waters, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

 

National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program: Long Term Preservation of Digital Content (April '02)

Laura E. Campbell, Library of Congress

 

A Research Agenda for Digital Archiving: Report on an NSF-LOC Workshop (April '02)

Margaret Hedstrom, University of Michigan

 

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Last updated:  Wednesday, August 17th, 2011