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NDSA-STANDARDS  November 2011, Week 5

NDSA-STANDARDS November 2011, Week 5

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Next week's WebEx

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"Jones, Jimi" <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 29 Nov 2011 13:05:20 -0500

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Hello everyone. It's almost that time again - Monday, December 5 will be our next WebEx. I'll put connection information at the bottom of this email.

First things first, the newest post on the NDIIPP blog is about our group. You can find it here: http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2011/11/we-can-haz-standards-yes-we-can/?doing_wp_cron

As for the WebEx next week there are a few things I'd like to discuss.

We've been talking a bit about doing a survey of digital preservation-related best practices. I'd like to start getting a sense of what we'd like to ask in such a survey.

We should also return to the idea of possibly using the "Digital Preservation" page on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_preservation) as the jumping-off point for our standards survey. If you haven't already done so, take a look at the page and jot down notes on what you like and what you think we should change.

And I would like to look at what Meg mentioned on the listserv a couple weeks ago (her email is below) with respect to digital best practices. Below is her email so you can be refreshed. I'm hoping Meg will join us and lead us through what she's envisioning. It may well be that this would dovetail nicely with the best practices survey idea I mention above.

Looking forward to speaking with you all next week!

Jimi Jones
Digital Audiovisual Formats Specialist
Office of Strategic Initiatives
Library of Congress

(202) 707-2846
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Meg's email:


Warning: this message has nothing to do with the current wiki work.  I'm going to attempt to use the Listserv to raise a new topic and we'll see what happens!

Recently I've had several interesting conversations with people at other institutions about how the work of digital preservation is and should be organized and staffed within organizations.  We've touched on issues like: what different roles are necessary to do digital preservation, what is the division of labor, what kinds of skills are needed, are developers within a digital preservation unit or outside it, would people be willing to share org charts and position descriptions, and on and on.

Information like this could be useful for many reasons, including simply finding out how many different ways of doing this there are, benchmarking, identifying effective practices, and maybe making a case to strengthen staffing at our own institutions.

This topic clearly isn't related to "standards", but it probably is related to "practices."  I was wondering if other members of this group would have any interest in conducting a survey of institutions to find out how they organize and staff the digital preservation function, and how they would like to organize and staff it.  We could do something relatively simple, on the model of the storage survey recently conducted by another NDSA working group.

I would definitely be interested in working on something like this if the group thought it was appropriate and worthwhile, and if anyone was willing to work on it with me.  I'd be even more interested in seeing the results of a survey like this!

What do you think?

Meg

WEBEX CONNECTION INFO:

Meeting information
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Topic: JimiJones-NDSA Standards Group
Date: The 1st Monday of every 1 months, from Monday, February 7, 2011 to Monday, December 5, 2011
Time: 1:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)
Meeting Number: 489 210 934
Meeting Password: 2Preserve

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To start or join the online meeting
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Go to https://issevents.webex.com/issevents/j.php?ED=146157947&UID=480959772&PW=NOGYzZWY3NTg4&RT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D

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