Perhaps these might be helpful?
"You've Got to Walk Before You Can Run: First Steps for Managing
Born-Digital Content Received on Physical Media"
"Walk This Way: Detailed Steps for Transferring Born-Digital Content from
Media You Can Read In-house"
On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 9:40 AM, Will Martin <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> As with most libraries, we're accumulating an increasing number of digital
> holdings. So far, our approach to storing these files consists of a
> haphazard cocktail of:
> - A ContentDM site whose contents haven't been updated in three years
> - live network storage in the form of shared drives
> - a Drobo
> - CDs and DVDs
> - hard drives stored in static-proof bags, and
> - ancient floppy disks whose contents remain a mystery that would surely
> scour the last vestiges of sanity from our minds if we had a 5 1/4" drive
> to read them with.
> In short it's a mess that has evolved organically over a long period of
> time. I'm not entirely sure what to do about it, especially considering
> our budget for improving the situation is ... uh, zero.
> At the very least, I'd like a better sense for what is considered a good
> approach to storing archival files. Can anyone recommend any relevant best
> practices or standards documents? Or just share what you use.
> I'm familiar with the OAIS model for digital archiving, and it seems well
> thought-out, but highly abstract. A more practical nuts-and-bolts guide
> would be helpful.
> Will Martin
> Web Services Librarian
> University of North Dakota