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1 14 mai 2007Evolution of Scientific Publications, Colloque de l'Académie des sciences1 Preservation of electronic publications mission Catherine Lupovici Directeur du Département de la Bibliothèque numérique Direction des Services et des Réseaux

2 14 mai 2007Evolution of Scientific Publications, Colloque de l'Académie des sciences2 Overview Memory institutions’ traditional mission of long term preservation and access to scientific publications Legal deposit principles. Example of the French legislation Adaptation of custodial and preservation practices to electronic publications

3 14 mai 2007Evolution of Scientific Publications, Colloque de l'Académie des sciences3 Memory institutions’ preservation mission National libraries, large historical academic or special libraries –Complementary collection policies What does preservation mean –No limitation in time –Preservation of the context –Curative and preventive preservation actions on the original, item per item approach –Could lead to the creation of surrogates for access Specific preservation budget and organization

4 14 mai 2007Evolution of Scientific Publications, Colloque de l'Académie des sciences4 Preservation of publications – Legal deposit Scientific and cultural heritage is the result of preservation of acquisitions (selective policy) and legal deposit. It is also the result of some duplicate efforts Legal deposit concepts –To collect, to describe, to preserve and provide access at the country level to the publications with respect of IPR –The collection policy can be defined on different criteria (but with exhaustiveness in mind) Geographical basis Language basis Type of publication basis

5 14 mai 2007Evolution of Scientific Publications, Colloque de l'Académie des sciences5 The French legal deposit example 1537 Printed material 1648 Engravings including maps 1793 Musical scores 1925 Photographs and graphic arts 1938 Music records 1941 Posters 1975 Videos and multimedia material 1992 Off line electronic publications –Radio & TV. INA(Institut National de l’Audiovisuel) –Movies CNC. (Centre National de la Cinématographie) June 2006 modification of the regulation. Possibility to negotiate the deposit of files in place of the above media August 2006 New Author rights law. Extension of Legal Deposit to online publications (Web) –Harvesting and e-deposit

6 14 mai 2007Evolution of Scientific Publications, Colloque de l'Académie des sciences6 Preservation of electronic publications Publication definition: content made available to a public –To day online publications on the Internet. Web harvesting in place of deposit (robot.txt) –Classical publications, open access publications, self publications Digital surrogates are replacing microfilm preservation technology Trusted repository for long term preservation –Mass & preventive only preservation and risks management –Distinct from online services

7 14 mai 2007Evolution of Scientific Publications, Colloque de l'Académie des sciences7 Some figures BnF collections –12 million titles of printed material – published monographs deposited per year – serial titles, about 6500 new titles per year Web archives – domains in the French national domain.fr –Current collection ( ): 130 TB, 10 billion files


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