David Giaretta Associate Director (Development) for Chris Rusbridge (Director) Funders: Digital Curation Centre a centre of expertise in data curation.

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<ul><li><p>David GiarettaAssociate Director (Development)forChris Rusbridge (Director)Funders:Digital Curation CentreDigital Curation Centrea centre of expertise in data curation and preservation</p></li><li><p>DCC: Why? DCC: What?DCC: Where?DCC: Who?DCC: How and When? ProgressHow can we help each other?</p></li><li><p>Time for Digital Curationproblem of the momentfragility of digital information recogniseddata curation &amp; data deluge in e-science/researchlongevity of digital heritage &amp; research investment</p><p>re-examining Communication in ICTInternet and GRID: communication across space with utmost accuracy</p><p>Digital Curation: communication across time, with utmost accuracyensure Content travels despite turbulence of ITagree strategies &amp; methods for digital preservation</p></li><li><p>Unifying Themes for the DCCdata as evidencefor understanding and decisionfor one or more designated communitiesarchival responsibilityat one or more institutional levelsinstitutional policies &amp; individuals competencelegal compliance &amp; agreement on procedures</p><p>turn open access into continuing accessturn costs into investmentvaluing flow of benefit from re-usable assets </p></li><li><p>DCC: Why? DCC: What?DCC: Where?DCC: Who?DCC: How and When? ProgressHow can we help each other?</p></li><li><p>Digital Curationpreservation and use/interoperabilitypreservation is interoperability with the futurebits and informationlibraries and science datadigital information rendered for human reading and automated processingmay be transient distinction but</p></li><li><p>Aims &amp; Objectives for the DCCquality improvement in data curation &amp; digital preservation initial focus: data as evidence for scholarly conclusionswider remit: scholarly communication &amp; eLearning</p><p>excellence in research &amp; excellence in serviceworking with repositories, rather than being oneconnecting communities via Associates Networkuniversities &amp; research institutesscientific data tradition &amp; document traditioninternational &amp; cross-sectoral </p></li><li><p>DCC: Why? DCC: What?DCC: Where?DCC: Who?DCC: How and When? ProgressHow can we help each other?</p></li><li><p>Organisation to Engage &amp; CollaborateIndustryresearch collaboratorsstandards bodiestestbeds &amp; toolscommunities of practice: usersUKOLNU of EdinburghCCLRCU of GlasgowU of Edinburghcuration organisations eg DPCCollaborative Associates Network of DataOrganisations</p></li><li><p>Organisation to Engage &amp; CollaborateIndustryresearch collaboratorsstandards bodiestestbeds &amp; toolscommunities of practice: userscommunity support &amp; outreachresearchdevelopment co-ordinationservice definition &amp; deliverymanagement &amp; admin supportcuration organisations eg DPCCollaborative Associates Network of DataOrganisations</p></li><li><p>DCC: Why? DCC: What?DCC: Where?DCC: Who?DCC: How and When? ProgressHow can we help each other?</p></li><li><p>Organisation to Succeed Phase One leadership over first eight months of fundingCommunity Support &amp; OutreachLed by Dr Liz Lyon (UKOLN, University of Bath)Service Definition &amp; DeliveryLed by Professor Seamus Ross (HATII [ERPANET], University of Glasgow)DevelopmentLed by Dr David Giaretta (Astronomical Software &amp; Services, CCLRC)ResearchLed by Professor Peter Buneman (Informatics, University of Edinburgh)Management &amp; Co-ordinationDirector Chris RusbridgePeter Burnhill had been Phase One DirectorEx Portfolio: Malcolm Atkinson (NeSC)</p></li><li><p>CCLRCUKOLNUofGUofEDLI (US)DPCDELOSNeSC</p></li><li><p>DCC: Why? DCC: What?DCC: Where?DCC: Who?DCC: How and When? ProgressHow can we help each other?</p></li><li><p>OutreachUser interviews and focus groups Internet JournalWeb presence (http://www.dcc.ac.uk) and PortalDPC membership and collaborationAssociates NetworkDCC Conference (Sept 29-30)PV2005 Conference (Nov 21-23)</p></li><li><p>Engage Communities of Practicewith those who have responsibility to invoke/provoke good practicesappraisal &amp; retention/disposallogical &amp; physical integrity: authenticity/securityplace research in productive research domainseg Informatics, Law School, e-Science ... work on the R&amp;D, create services of relevanceachieve virtuous circleturn products of research into tools for use</p></li><li><p>ServicesAdvisory service and Help deskSite visits and case studiesCuration Manual and BriefingsTools and testbedsStandards watchCertificationTraining</p></li><li><p>DevelopmentOAIS fundamentalsRegistries/Repositories for Representation Information offering a repository of tools and technical information, a focal point for digital curatorsmetadata standardsTestbedsfor testing and evaluating tools, methods, standards and policies in realistic settingsCertificationstandards</p></li><li><p>OAIS Reference Model Functional Model</p></li><li><p>Representation Net</p></li><li><p>Layered Model from OAIS</p></li><li><p>Knowledge Based Persistent ArchiveAttributesSemanticsKnowledgeInformationDataIngest ServicesManagementAccessServices(Topic Maps / Buckets / Model-based Access)(Data Handling System - SRB / FTP / HTTP)MCAT/HDFGridsXML DTDSDLIPXTM DTDRules - KQLInformationRepositoryAttribute- based QueryFeature-basedQueryKnowledge orTopic-Based Query / BrowseKnowledgeRepository for RulesRelationshipsBetweenConceptsFieldsContainersFoldersStorage(Replicas,Persistent IDs)</p></li><li><p>Working with OthersDigital Library FederationThe National ArchivesGlobal Grid ForumNARALibrary of CongressResearch Library GroupDigital Preservation CoalitionJISC communityE-Science CommunityAssociates Networkand many many moreDevelopment info seehttp://dev.dcc.rl.ac.ukfor details of Wiki and email list open to all</p></li><li><p>ResearchTo draw together the various functions of curation, from the traditional archival functions to the maintenance and publication of evolving knowledge as seen in scientific databases. To identify through direct research collaboration, and through interaction with the service arm of DCC, the key projects in which research is needed. To conduct research in areas already identified by the partners as crucial to digital curation. To institute two-way conduits between research and service in which practical issues can be drawn to the attention of researchers and the products of research can be tested in practice. </p></li><li><p>Current research prioritiesData integration and publication Performance and optimisation Annotation Appraisal and long-term preservation Socio-economic and legal context: rights, responsibilities and viability Cost-benefit analysis of the data curation process Security: safe and effective data analysis environments Automation of metadata extraction Visitors Programme and Seminar Series</p></li><li><p>How can we help - each other?No one knows how to do curation properlyThere is an overlap between DCC and other JISC projectsWe can help each other</p></li><li><p>The DCC can: act as a clearing house for ideashelp to coordinate effortsundertake longer term researchtake particular products and generalise/package them for general use. provide some common infrastructure elements</p><p>This is our opportunity to set out our stall. </p><p>My purpose is to give an overview of digital curation and, having made introduction, giving the floor to my colleagues.</p><p>Printed copies of all the presentations made will be available afterwards for you to take away, and will be available for the afternoon Colloquium that will take place here at 2pm.</p><p>This is our opportunity to set out our stall. </p><p>My purpose is to give an overview of digital curation and, having made introduction, giving the floor to my colleagues.</p><p>Printed copies of all the presentations made will be available afterwards for you to take away, and will be available for the afternoon Colloquium that will take place here at 2pm.</p><p>This is our opportunity to set out our stall. </p><p>My purpose is to give an overview of digital curation and, having made introduction, giving the floor to my colleagues.</p><p>Printed copies of all the presentations made will be available afterwards for you to take away, and will be available for the afternoon Colloquium that will take place here at 2pm.</p><p>This is our opportunity to set out our stall. </p><p>My purpose is to give an overview of digital curation and, having made introduction, giving the floor to my colleagues.</p><p>Printed copies of all the presentations made will be available afterwards for you to take away, and will be available for the afternoon Colloquium that will take place here at 2pm.</p><p>This is our opportunity to set out our stall. </p><p>My purpose is to give an overview of digital curation and, having made introduction, giving the floor to my colleagues.</p><p>Printed copies of all the presentations made will be available afterwards for you to take away, and will be available for the afternoon Colloquium that will take place here at 2pm.</p></li></ul>

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