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DLF-ANNOUNCE  April 2002

DLF-ANNOUNCE April 2002

Subject:

New material on the DLF website

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Daniel Greenstein <[log in to unmask]>

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DLF Digital Library Announcements <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 19 Apr 2002 11:21:14 -0400

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The following new material is now available on the DLF website:

1. Documents pertaining to the DLF registry of digitally reformatted and
born digital monographs and serials

        1.1. Revised functional specification as required to record information
about digitally reformatted monographs and serials
(http://www.diglib.org/collections/reg/regpapfunc.htm). The revised
specification results from a meeting with OCLC (see below)

        1.2. Revised functional specification as required to record information
about born digital monographs and serials
(http://www.diglib.org/collections/reg/regdigfunc.htm). This specification
marks an important extension fo the scope of the DLF registry initiative.
Initially conceived as a service for registering digitally reformatted
monographs and serials, this functional specification suggests that the
registry may also be used to record information about born digital monograph
and serial content e.g. e-books and e-journals, respectively.

        1.3.Report of a meeting held with OCLC in November 2001 to discuss the
registry's functional requirements and implementation of a registry service
http://www.diglib.org/collections/reg/regdlfoclcnote.htm The meeting with
OCLC was held in November 2001. It resulted in minor revision to the
registry's functional specification, extension of the initiative's scope (to
include born digital monograph and serial content), and an implementation
path for the registry service

2. Introduction to a new DLF initiatives intended to surface frameworks and
provide forums for discussion of evolving digital library architectures
http://www.diglib.org/architectures/ockham.htm

3. Practical work with FEDORA http://www.diglib.org/architectures.htm.
Introduces a DLF supported initiative implementing the FEDORA architecture
as a digital object repository management system and testing the
implementation through a collaborative deployment.

4. Assessing Shibboleth. http://www.diglib.org/architectures/shibassess.htm
With CNI, the DLF is hosting an invitational meeting of publishers and
resource providers to assess Shibboleth - a technology to support
inter-institutional authentication and authorization for access to Web
pages, as proposed by Internet2.

5. Archivists' toolkit. http://www.diglib.org/collections/eadmtg1rep.htm
Report on a DLF-supported initiative investigating design and potential
development of a suite of tools to support archival processing work.

6. Standards for electronic resource management (from
http://www.diglib.org/standards.htm) An initiative, with NISO to investigate
a standard set of data definitions and common XML schema, encompassing
names, definitions, and semantic relationships for elements related to
identification, access and licensing of these resources. An initial workshop
is being held on May 10, 2002 in Chicago (see
http://www.niso.org/news/events_workshops/NISO-DLF-wkshp.html).

7. Newsletter contribution from the University of Southern California. Now
available in Volume 3 Number 1
(http://www.diglib.org/pubs/news03_01/index.htm)

8. Draft benchmark functions of a digital master
(http://www.diglib.org/standards/draftbmfunctions.htm). The DLF has
developed and endorsed a benchmark for digitally reformatted monographs and
serials. The benchmark focuses largely on format specifications. It leaves
for subsequent work specification of the a minimum-level functionality that
should be required of a digital master, for example, as would determine what
metadata ought to be supplied for it. That functional specification is
available in this document

9. Usage and Usability Assessment. Library Practices and Concerns (by Denise
Troll Covey). This report is now available from
http://www.diglib.org/pubs/dlfpubs.htm

10. DLF registry of members' digital collections now available as an
OAI-compliant database. Records may be harvested using the OAI metadata
harvesting protocol. Details at http://www.diglib.org/pubs/techreps.htm

11. DLF Spring 2002 Forum program now available
http://www.diglib.org/forums/spr2002/spring2002.htm

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