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NDSA-CONTENT  November 2012, Week 1

NDSA-CONTENT November 2012, Week 1

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Re: NDSA Content WG Call - Wed (11/7) 11 AM EST

From:

"Dietrich, Chris" <[log in to unmask]>

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Date:

Wed, 7 Nov 2012 15:06:18 -0700

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Glen,

I'd be happy to participate in the Government Content Team efforts. I can
provide case studies for photos, audio, and video if desired. I am also
looking for guidelines to share with the field (over 400 parks and
programs) on how to manage/preserve/archive digital assets.

Please let me know how I can get involved.

Cheers,

Chris Dietrich, MS, PMP
Digital Information Services Program Manager
Resource Information Services Division (RISD)
U.S. National Park Service
303-987-6971

*Conservation means development as much as it does protection. I recognize
the right and duty of this generation to develop and use the natural
resources of our land; but I do not recognize the right to waste them, or
to rob, by wasteful use, the generations that come after us.*  Theodore
Roosevelt




On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 9:22 AM, McAninch, Glen (KDLA)
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> The follow is a draft list of possible case studies the will be
> developed by the Government Content team:
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>
>
> Statement of the Problem and Goals for Addressing the Problem:
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> Government content is selected for preservation based on records
> retention schedules that identify records for preservation within the
> content areas of their institutional mandate. The concept of "best
> practice" should be measured by the extent to which procedures and
> methods seek to adhere to the standards set in TRAC and ISO 16363.
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>                 The actionable next steps for the team include the
> development of the following case studies:
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> 1)            Develop a list of commonly used electronic formats that
> are ranked according to three levels of preservation and access quality
> for each format type (video, audio, text, photo, etc.) that can aid in
> the development of effective transfer guidelines.
>
> 2)            Developed a list of agreed upon functional requirements
> for selecting preservation software based on the OAIS Reference model
> and serving governments at various levels
>
> 3)            Provide sample preservation policy statements that can be
> used by government institutions with a similar environment.
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> 4)            Provide studies of appraisal rationale and methods that
> facilitate the transfer of records in preservation ready and accessible
> formats by making records creators aware of preservation needs.
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> The studies will be created in the order that they are listed based on
> the interest and resources of the group. Many other useful case studies
> might be suggested for other phases of the life cycle with more time and
> resources. The case studies suggested are believed to be the most useful
> ones to save at risk electronic records. The team will coordinate with
> the State Electronic Records Initiative (SERI) in refining these case
> studies and distributing them for use in training institutes.
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: The NDSA Content working group list
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Hartman,
> Cathy
> Sent: Monday, November 05, 2012 5:39 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: [NDSA-CONTENT] NDSA Content WG Call - Wed (11/7) 11 AM EST
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>
> Hello All,
>
>
>
> Below is the agenda for our Wednesday call, brief reports form some of
> our Content Teams, and the call in information.  I hope that many of you
> can join us.  If you are a Content Team facilitator and would like to
> bring a draft of a case study for the group to discuss, please be
> prepared to do so.
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> If we missed your Content team report in our email and you would like to
> get a short report out to everyone, please send it to Content WG all.
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> Content WG Call:
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> Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 11 AM Eastern time, 10 AM Central, 9 AM Mountain,
> 8 AM Pacific
>
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> Agenda:
>
> --Upcoming Presentations about our work:  BPE presentation & Archive-IT
> and other presentations (everyone)
>
>
>
> --Content teams: Are there questions or reports from the Content Teams
> that need to be brought up for discussion? (everyone) --Case study
> review: Discussion of case studies that teams have prepared and are
> ready to talk through with the group.
>
>
>
> --Next call
>
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> Content Team Reports:
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> Geospatial Content Team:
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> Working to address sustainability solutions for the geopreservation.gov
> resource.
>
> Exploring opportunities to engage with the geospatial industry through
> invited speakers. Upcoming, a presentation by Wayne Graham of the
> University of Virginia's Scholars' Lab Exploring and sharing partner
> geospatial collection development policies
>
>
>
> Social sciences Team
>
> We posted examples of "How to provide guidance and assessment on the
> life of data.  Not all data are meant to be kept forever."  There is a
> Google Doc that will be transferred or linked from the NDSA wiki.
>
>
>
> The Science, Mathematics, Technology and Medicine content team met on
> September 24 to discuss the development of content case studies.   We've
> prepared two drafts, one for forums and one for blogs, and plan to meet
> November 8 to discuss any further revisions.  These drafts, as well as
> our meeting notes, are posted on the wiki.  I would also like to note
> that we've added a new member to our content team, Jennifer Harbster
> from LC.
>
>
>
> The Arts and Humanities Team had their first meeting on September 26th
> and are now working on brainstorming potential case studies and defining
> a model specifically for arts and humanities case studies. The group is
> hoping to meet again in the end of November where we'll revisit our
> brainstorm and discuss collaboration opportunities with the Cultural
> Heritage Group. Our September meeting minutes are available for download
> on the Arts and Humanities Content Team page on the NDSA Wiki. Gail
> Truman is now a co-facilitator with the Arts and Humanities Team.
>
>
>
> Cultural Heritage Team
>
> We discussed the advisability of closer collaboration with the Arts and
> Humanities Team, facilitated by Jonathan McGlone. We compiled our
> documents associated with the case study, and concluded from the last
> CWG phone conference that a broader approach may be advisable, and would
> seem to make closer cooperation with Arts & Humanities likewise
> advisable. The two teams have been in contact since that time. A&H has
> recently met and has taken an approach to divide up their mandate by
> topic, whereas Cultural Heritage has focused on the mode of oral history
> across topical areas. Discussions between A&H and Cultural Heritage
> continue.
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