Presentation on theme: "UKOLN is supported by: Starting to explore the role of memory institutions within the social fabric of the new Web Dr Liz Lyon, UKOLN, University of Bath,"— Presentation transcript:
UKOLN is supported by: Starting to explore the role of memory institutions within the social fabric of the new Web Dr Liz Lyon, UKOLN, University of Bath, UK SWMLAC ICT Masterclass Dillington House, November 2005. www.bath.ac.uk a centre of expertise in digital information management www.ukoln.ac.uk
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 20052 Review of Sessions 1 & 2 1.Access, communications and collaboration 2.Paradigm shifts and innovation 3.Cross-sectoral frameworks and integration 4.Resources, services and interoperability 5.Digital preservation, curation & sustainability 6.Consumers, audiences and personalisation
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 20053 Overview of this session 1.Three key themes: Web 2.0 – the network as platform Creating open data and community content for digital inclusivity Planning for the long-term: building sustainable (e-) resources and services 2.Highlight domain exemplars 3.Identify next steps: For the Region? For each domain? For your organisation?
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 20054 What is Web 2.0 ? an attitude not a technology The network as platform An architecture of participation Social networking Social tagging Remix and mash- ups Tim OReilly, 2005
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200526 http://creativearchive.bbc.co.uk/
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200527 http://creativecommons.org/
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200528 Click-Use Licences: Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI) http://www.opsi.gov.uk/click-use/
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200529 Some jottings……not in a blog The nature of the cultural heritage space is changing…..grassroots meets the institution? People are documenting and sharing their personal collections and personal lives We have blended learning – are we moving towards blended archives and memories? How can this assist with building communities? How should MLAs interact with these evolving personal collections? …..What does this mean for physical footfall?
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200530 For later use? In use now (and the future)? Repositories and digital curation Data preservationData curation StaticDynamic maintaining and adding value to a trusted body of digital information for current and future use Assuring long-term access to institutional digital assets: policies and practice? UK Digital Curation Centre http://www.dcc.ac.uk
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200531 Trusted digital repositories Audit Checklist for Certification Draft Report August 2005 Research Libraries Group RLG-NARA Taskforce Defined criteria under 4 categories –Organisation –Functions, processes & procedures –Designated community & usability –Technologies & technical infrastructure
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200532 MLA Digital Preservation in the Regions Report Institutions: –Embed DP in your planning process –Include reference to DP on your Web site –Consider DP at start of digitisation & born digital projects Regional agencies –Set up regional networking / support group for DP All –Develop model DP policies & strategic management –Consider guidance on formats, management & storage –Awareness raising of DP through information dissemination.
SWMLAC ICT Masterclass November 200533 Questions for the group? What can you do in your domain to: Create open data & community content? Share personal collections & archives? Build sustainable content & services? Contextualise, link, add value? Remix data & applications? Facilitate social networking & interaction? Deliver richer learning experiences? Support digital inclusivity? What can SWMLAC do to help?