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NDSA-CONTENT  January 2012, Week 3

NDSA-CONTENT January 2012, Week 3

Subject:

Proposal for Restructuring CWG in 2012

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"Grotke, Abigail" <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 18 Jan 2012 15:45:38 -0500

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Dear CWG members:

We are now 70 members strong, and your co-chairs have been discussing ways of regrouping to engage more members in the work in 2012. We've come up with this plan, which we wanted to share and discuss with you on this list and on our next call. We hope that you'll offer up your thoughts and suggestions as we move ahead in the new year.

The Registry work has some momentum right now, and while that's moving ahead, we'd like to also regroup ourselves around some smaller tasks that will help us accomplish our Clearinghouse goals. Then eventually bring these two efforts together in some way to present a unified view of our groups work. Kristine Hanna has offered to continue her leadership role moving ahead with these next steps along with your co-chairs, and we thank her for that!

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Step 1. Draft a few simple questions that will serve as a checklist for determining what might be at-risk. We need a few volunteers to help us with this effort; please contact Abbie or Cathy asap if you have some time to help get started with this before our Feb 1 meeting.

Step 2. Break into smaller content teams. How we group ourselves is open to suggestion, but here's a starter list for discussion on the list. These are based on NDIIPP content categories - should we group some of these so we have less teams? Have others? Are there things not covered?

Government   (seeds of this already with the local gov group)
Politics and Law
Maps and Geography
News, Media, and Journalism
Science
Mathematics and Technology
Social Sciences
World History and Cultures
American History
Arts and Culture
Religion and Philosophy

Ideally everyone in the content WG will sign up for at least one that fits their organizations content area of interest. We will need a leader identified for each "team." We ask that the teams then organize themselves with meetings and communications (rather than Kristine, Cathy and Abbie organizing your work).

Step 3. Content Teams will take the initial checklist and:
   1) find examples in their content areas based on the checklist questions
   2) determine if additional questions should be asked given the specific content area
   3) report back to the larger group at our monthly calls once done with initial tasks (we'll figure out details later for when/who/what)

Step 4. Based on the work of the groups, determine what input form might be for submitting at-risk content. [plan to form a small team around this activity]

Step 5 [or maybe this is as the other work is going on? in parallel?]. Discussion of tools integration. Determing how to integrate the "things that are at--risk" work with the "things that are preserved" work. We would want a group to investigate ways that we could build on the registry spreadsheet/input form and maybe have a second componant of it that is the clearinghouse. We can brainstorm more later, but we think it is key to link these activities to raise more awareness about both aspects of our work.

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So, some questions for you today:

*         What comments or questions do you have about this plan?

*         What are the Content Teams should we form?

*         What level of granularity should our "at-risk" nominations be in? We'll discuss this at our Feb. call but this could be collection level, or a more granular "object" level. Can one website or media file or dataset be identified as at-risk? Something to think about as we progress.

Please respond via the list with any thoughts you have...

Best,
Abbie and Cathy, your co-chairs

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Abbie Grotke | Web Archiving Team Lead | Office of Strategic Initiatives
National Digital Information and Infrastructure Preservation Program | Library of Congress
http://www.loc.gov/webarchiving/ | http://www.digitalpreservation.gov<http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/>
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