On February 13, 2013 the D-REC Committee attended an NISO Webinar about viewpoints and updates from industry leaders on theory and practice of preservation metadata.
The Webinar consists of presentations by Rebecca Guenther and Amy Kirchhoff. Rebecca Guenther, Consultant and Standards specialist at the Library of Congress, discusses the types of information that should be associated with an archival digital object, the development of the PREMIS data dictionary and corresponding XML schema. Amy Kirchhoff who is the Archive Service Manager at Portico details Portico’s applications of the PREMIS standard to their digital preservation repositories.
The slides can be accessed here and the audio recording can be accessed here.
Role of Long Term Storage in Digital Collections: From Digital Dark Ages to Digital Renaissance
Store- How should digital content be stored for the long term?
Vicki Gruzynski- Organizer/Presenter
Laura Osterhout- Rochester Regional Library Council
Erin Rhodes- Colby College, Special Collections
Webinar notes Wednesday November 14, 2012
Presentation Slides and handouts –
Storage Introduction, Storage Slides, Storage Outline, Storage Handout
*You will need to have Windows Media software on your computer to view the recording
Art of Selecting Digital Content to Preserve: From Digital Dark Ages to Digital Renaissance
1. Identify- What digital content do you have
2. Select- what portion of the content will be preserved
Sarah Rhodes, National Geographic Library
Brenda J. Miller, Hartford Public Library
Webinar notes Wednesday October 10, 2012
• Presentation slides available after webinar will be posted on DTEAM DBlog
• Audio presentation available in about a week
• DPOE- Library of Congress Digital Preservation Outreach Education
• Webinar will:
• 1. Provide conceptual foundation for your digital program
• 2. Help develop inventory to your digital content
• 3. Help document your selection policies