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1 Dr. Helen R. Tibbo, Alumni Distinguished Professor School of Information & Library Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC 4/24/20121

2 Thank You! Manfred, for a lovely and thought provoking event IMLS for funding DigCCurr and several other projects Dear Audience, for your comments 4/24/20122

3 Manfred’s Request: “’Digital curation’ or ‘digital preservation’ is a topic, which has originated within the world of digital libraries; recently it has been drawn closer and closer to the Digital Humanities. What is the balance between conceptual work and technology?” Your role would be unusually clear: Basically make an explicit statement, that work on preservation should be driven by conceptual, not technological issues. 4/24/20123

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8 iPRES the ninth annual conference on digital preservation, will be held at the University of Toronto, Canada, from 1-5 October 4/24/20128

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11 RLG/CPA Report Non-technology recommendations 1. Design a coordinated network of digital repositories; 2. Secure funding for a competition “to advance digital archives, particularly with respect to removing legal and economic barriers to preservation”; 3. Sponsor a white paper on the legal and institutional foundations needed for the development of effective fail-safe mechanisms to support the aggressive rescue of endangered digital information; 4/24/201211

12 RLG/CPA Report 1996 Non-technology recommendations 4. Seek creative models from professional societies from a variety of disciplines concerning creating and financing digital archives of specific bodies of information; 5. Institute work on standards development necessary for audit and certification of digital archives; and 6. Coordinate digital preservation initiatives in the United States with similar efforts abroad. 4/24/201212

13 RLG/CPA Report 1996 Technology Recommendations: 1. Commission follow-on case studies of digital archiving 2. Foster practical experiments or demonstration projects in the archival application of technologies and services 3. Engage in national policy efforts to design and develop the national information infrastructure to ensure that longevity of information is an explicit goal. 4/24/201213

14 Digital Curation Center 4/24/201214

15 DCC Curation Lifecycle Model 4/24/201215

16 DigCCurr Matrix of Digital Curation Knowledge and Competencies 4/24/ IMLS Laura Bush Grants # RE & # RE

17 Evaluation Framework Area 1: Knowledge and principles Area 2: Skills and competences Area 3: Audience/profile types Area 4: Part of digital curation lifecycle Area 5: Teaching methods/training delivery Area 6: Professional context 4/24/ Digital Curator Vocational Education Europe

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20 DPM 3 Legged Stool Model 4/24/201220

21 CRL Core Criteria for Digital Preservation Repositories 1. Commits to continuing maintenance of digital objects for identified community/communities. 2. Demonstrates organizational fitness (including financial, staffing, and processes) to fulfill its commitment. 3. Acquires and maintains requisite contractual and legal rights and fulfills responsibilities. 4. Has an effective and efficient policy framework. 5. Acquires and ingests digital objects based upon stated criteria that correspond to its commitments and capabilities. 4/24/201221

22 CRL Core Criteria for Digital Preservation Repositories 6. Maintains/ensures the integrity, authenticity and usability of digital objects it holds over time. 7. Creates and maintains requisite metadata about actions taken on digital objects during preservation as well as about the relevant production, access support, and usage process contexts before preservation. 8. Fulfills requisite dissemination requirements. 9. Has a strategic program for preservation planning and action. 10. Has technical infrastructure adequate to continuing maintenance and security of its digital objects. 4/24/201222

23 Thank you for your attention and Thank you, Manfred! 4/24/201223


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