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JISC Digital Preservation: Current & Future Work by Neil Grindley

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JISC Digital Preservation: Current & Future Work by Neil Grindley

  1. 1. Alliance for Permanent Access Conference, 8-9 November, 2011 JISC Digital Preservation: Current & Future Work Neil Grindley Digital Infrastructure - Programme Manager (Digital Preservation)09/11/2011 slide 1
  2. 2. JISC Digital Infrastructure Portfolio Components Information & Library Research Research Infrastructure Management Emerging Research Information Research Support opportunities Management Preservation & Managing Research Curation Research Tools Data Repositories and Discovery Curation Services Digital Infrastructure Directions Technical / Legal / Developer Community / Learning & OER / Access & ID09/11/2011 slide 2
  3. 3. Digital Preservation 2011 - 2013JISC Digital Infrastructure 12/11 Call Support and Enabling Project - £250k Digital Preservation Expert Group SPRUCE Project (University of Leeds / BL / OPF / DPC / LSE) November 2011 – October 2013 To articulate the Business Case for Preservation by engaging with the community and building an evidence base through support and enabling actions that help a range of institutions tackle real-world preservation challenges. (£370k in total) Active Case Studies - £75k (4 months) Enhancing Capability - £100k (3months) Carcanet Press Manchester DataSafe Bristol Digital Directorate IoE DICE LSE Future Proofing ULCC PHR ULCC POPE IoE PrePARe Cambridge POPS UCLan (£105k in total) (£230k in total)09/11/2011 slide 3
  4. 4. New Digital Infrastructure Call 2011 - 2013JISC Digital Infrastructure 16/11 Call Area Work # projects Total ££s Resource Discovery Make more open metadata available Up to 10 £250k Sustainability Sustainability Enhance the value of digital collections digital collections Up to 10 £500k RIM* - Infrastructure Examine national shared reporting service 1 £300k RIM - Impact Increase evidence of research impact 1 £100k RIM - Evaluation Evaluate RIM programme benefits 1 £50k Research Tools Use tools & test demand on infrastructure 5-10 £350k Linking You Toolkit Implementing and improving the toolkit 10 £140k Access and ID Embedding AIM outputs & solutions 5-10 £200k * Research Information Management Deadline for proposals – 12 noon, 21st November 201109/11/2011 slide 4
  5. 5. Digital Preservation Programme Timeline 2004 2012 12/11 16/11 15/10 Enhancing The Business Implementing Case for Sustainability 12/08 Tools Preservation and Assessing Preservation the VALUE of 4/06 Exemplars Repositories Digital Assets & Preservation 4/04 Asset Management09/11/2011 slide 5
  6. 6. Other work … Costs and economics of preservation … • LIFE Pilot project work • Costs Observatory • Economic Sustainability Reference Model JARVIG (e-Journal Archiving Implementation Group) … • Complementing the preservation of scientific data by preserving the scientific literature Preserving the Web … • Researcher engagement with the Web as corpus or dataset Digital Curation Centre … • Supporting HEI’s with Research Data Management09/11/2011 slide 6
  7. 7. 7th International Digital Curation Conference Bristol, UK, 5 - 7 December 2011 "Public? Private? Personal? navigating the open data landscape" slide 7