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Thursday, October 26 • 10:15am - 11:45am
#r2e: Power in Numbers: Digital Preservation Networks

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Presentations
 
Why Share? Politics and Possibilities for Collaborative Digital Preservation
Michael Lesk(1), Janice Bially-Mattern(2)
1: Rutgers University, United States of America; 2: Villanova University, United States of America
 
Preservation and archiving, if done for the greater good, involve sharing of locally prized resources. How do international projects like LOCKSS, HathiTrust, or the Protein Data Bank entice individuals, institutions, or nations to relinquish exclusive control of their information? We discuss international models that encourage sharing and are politically sustainable.
 
 
Texas Digital Library and Digital Preservation Networks
Ryan Steans, Courtney Mumma, Kristi Park
Texas Digital Library, United States of America
 
The Texas Digital Library addresses the challenge of building a preservation suite of services in the heterogeneous landscape of institutional preservation practices and policies across a consortium. We will discuss appropriateness of digital preservation storage methodologies for diverse content, some of which require non-commercial, memory institution aligned distribution.
 
 
Local to Global: community digital preservation collaborations
Stephen Patton(1), William Knauth(2), Sam Meister(3)
1: Indiana State University, United States of America; 2: Indiana Digital Preservation (InDiPres); 3: MetaArchive - Educopia Institute
 
InDiPres is an endeavor amongst cultural heritage organizations to collaboratively advocate, educate, establish digital preservation practices, and provide enterprise class preservation platforms. Sustainable high quality preservation strategies should be accessible to all organizations regardless of size and funding but unfortunately a high barrier of entry creates an exclusive clique.
 

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Speakers
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Stephen Patton

Chair of Systems, Indiana State University
Stephen Patton is Chair of Systems at Indiana State University. The Systems department administers the LCVC consortial ILS, electronic resources, desktop support, multiple repository solutions and server administration. His research interests include the intersection of technolog... Read More →
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Ryan Steans

Assistant Director, Texas Digital Library


Thursday October 26, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am
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