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1 DIGITAL CURATION: ROUND ONE Gretchen Gueguen University of Virginia Formerly of East Carolina University Digital Curation: Round One by Gretchen Gueguen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Gretchen GueguenCreative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

2 Agenda What is Digital Curation The Digital Curation Lifecycle Model Case Study: The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library,

3 What is Digital Curation? Selection Preservation Maintenance Collection Archiving

4 Key elements of the DCC Curation Lifecycle Model

5 Data any information in binary digital form, is at the centre of the Curation Lifecycle.

6 Key elements of the DCC Curation Lifecycle Model Full Lifecycle Actions –Description and Representation Information –Preservation Planning –Community Watch and Participation –Curate and Preserve

7 Key elements of the DCC Curation Lifecycle Model Sequential Actions –Conceptualise –Create or Receive –Appraise and Select –Ingest –Preservation Action –Store –Access, Use and Reuse –Transform

8 Key elements of the DCC Curation Lifecycle Model Occasional Actions –Dispose –Reappraise –Migrate

9 Case Study The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library

10 The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library: the 4 Ws Who: Joyner Library at East Carolina University+ What: A digital library of books+ about eastern North Carolina When: , initial project , partnership project

11 Where: You are here. The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library: the 4 Ws

12 Why: ECU is the largest university in the eastern region, serving some of the poorest and most under-served counties in the state. Material on eastern NC not widely available The expertise and interest existed in the library to create a great digital project. The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library: the 4 Ws

13 The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library: and 1 H How: Digitization Transcription Metadata ASP.net interface Lesson Activities

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21 Case Study: The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library The End. …until

22 Case Study: The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library , creation of Joyner Library Digital Collections, a sister repository more broad in scope , migration of ENCDL into JLDC

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27 Comparing ENCDL TextML / ASP.net Non-standard metadata (aside from TEI transcriptions) Two basic material types Non-standard filenaming Significant supplementary documentation for each object Text and Image/artifact in different search and browse Extensive web-presence with educational activities JLDC TextML / ASP.net Metadata standards (METS, MODS, MIX, TEI) Variety of materials Each object has Persistent Identifier (PID) and consistent filenaming Full-repository search Basic web-presence, but robust searching tools

28 Digital Curation Round One…

29 Applying the lifecycle model Community Watch and Participation –What are the common standards endorsed by our community? JPEG2000 EPUB PREMIS NC ECHOs PMDO Flash HTML 5 Curate and Preserve –What are the standards that will best fit our curation and preservation needs?

30 Preservation Planning –What actions are in the best long-term interest of the ENCDL? JLDC? Meetings with stakeholders Web analytics Reproduction requests Review of infrastructure Migration –Digital objects, metadata, web application Applying the lifecycle model

31 Create a new collection in the repository Create a PID for each digital object into the repository Create METS/MODS/MIX/TEI/PREMIS record for each –Incorporate supplemental metadata –Create new PREMIS records for each Create new hybrid object type for image + video JPEG2000 for all images pdf and epub for books

32 Applying the lifecycle model JPEG2000 –Complicated algorithms –Inadequate software –Web application development with Kakadu –Presentation copies only at this time. Metadata –PREMIS –Mapping and scripting multiple times Repository structure –Modeling new object types –Functional requirements for UI and metadata –Use case scenarios in ENCDL mapped to JLDC

33 Applying the lifecycle model Access, Use and Reuse –Recreate the book viewer using JPEG2000 –Create subject and map browse for the entire repository –Recreate ENCDL pages with repositorys stylesheet

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41 The End Curation Preservation Community Watch and participation

42 What Have We Learned? Many of us will eventually need to migrate not just data, but collections and experiences into other repositories. Digital Curation Lifecycle Model can help us think through Curation activities and evaluate them. The Lifecycle Model is not linear, nor will our activities be. The Lifecycle Model is not finite, but iterative.

43 Thanks! East Carolina University –Michael Reece –Joe Barricella –Justin Tew –Mark Custer –Maury York –John Lawrence –Linda Teel –Hazel Walker At-Large – Emily Gore – Justin Vaughn – Amy Chiles In Spirit… – Chuck Jones

44 Contacts Eastern North Carolina Digital Library Joyner Library Digital Collections Gretchen Gueguen Web:


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