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Wednesday, November 8 • 11:35am - 12:15pm
Moving Beyond the Prologue: Exploring Data-centered Approaches to Prioritizing Serials Preservation

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With a critical mass of journals being produced electronically, and a growing portion of those moving to e-only availability, reliable digital preservation services with broad and deep coverage have become increasingly important. As e-content has grown, so have archives such as Portico and CLOCKSS. But there is more work to be done! With the larger players accounted for, deciding which publishers and journals to target for preservation efforts can be complicated.

The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) has long been at the forefront of preservation efforts for scholarly materials in print form and has dealt with some of the issues currently being faced by digital preservation services. Over the last two years, with generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, CRL has completed a project to collect and analyze granular data on archiving and digitization of print journals and newspapers, with an ultimate goal of promoting coordinated strategic action by libraries and consortia.

In this session, attendees will learn about CRL’s Data-Centered Agenda for Preservation & Access, the challenges facing CLOCKSS and Portico as we chase the long-tail of e-publishers, and ways in which the organizations propose working together to expand on CRL’s print-based research to provide direction for ongoing digital preservation efforts. The role of other related resources, such as the Keepers Registry, from EDINA at the University of Edinburgh, and Scholar’s Portal, from the Ontario Council of University Libraries will also be discussed.

We will actively seek feedback from the audience on the CRL outcomes and our planned collective work in setting priorities for e-journal preservation.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Van Dyck

Craig Van Dyck

Executive Director, CLOCKSS Archive
Craig Van Dyck is Executive Director of the CLOCKSS Archive, since November 2015. Previously he was with Wiley for 18 years as VP of Content Management; and with Springer New York for 10 years, most recently as Senior VP and COO. Craig served as Chairman of the Association of American... Read More →
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Stephanie Orphan

Director of Publisher Relations, Portico
Stephanie is responsible for maintaining and expanding publisher participation in the Portico preservation service to ensure ongoing growth and sustainability of the Portico archive. She brings a dee[ understanding of publishing platforms, metadata, and packaging formats to her role... Read More →
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Amy Wood

Head of Technical Services, Center for Research Libraries
Amy Wood has been the Head of Technical Services at the Center for Research Libraries since 2002. She oversees cataloging and metadata production, and has led CRL's data analysis and development work on its ICON newspaper database and the Print Archives Preservation Registry. These... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:35am - 12:15pm
Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard Center 95 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

Attendees (39)