Which articles were required reading for the workshop?
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
I’d love to have a copy of the slides they used!
Here it is! POWRRWorkshopSlides
And here are the slides used for the NDSR training NDSRSlides
Where can I get the accessioning tool…. Data Accessioner?
Click here to find out more and download Data Accessioner!
And here is a handy user guide: Data Accessioner v1.0 User Guide
Here’s the step-by-step guide used in the workshop: DataAccessioner step-by-step guide
What about the reporting tool for Data Accessioner?
DataAccessioner:Metadata Transformer (DA:MT) takes the raw XML generated by DA and creates a more readable format in bpth CSV and HTML files.
Click here to find out more and download DA:MT.
We have also created a handy tutorial for DA:MT, which you can find DAMT Tutorial.
May I have a copy of the simplified Inventory Excel spreadsheet we used for the accessioning exercise?
Sure! You can find it here: DigitalCollectionsInventory
Where can I find more information about the tools and services POWRR tested and talked about during the workshop?
They mentioned something about having made a tutorial for very small memory institutions (like volunteer-driven historical societies) to upload content to Internet Archive for free?
Sure! Here it is! A guide to using Internet Archive: Internet Archive Tutorial
I loved that NDSA Levels of Preservation grid…where does that live?
Click here to learn more about the NDSA Levels of Preservation or download a PDF version: NDSA Levels of Preservation grid.
Do you have a Digital Preservation Decision Flowchart?
Yep! Brought to you by the University of Utah. UnivUtah_DigPresDecFlowchart
Where can I get a copy of the 3-3-3 Action Plan activity sheet they used in the workshop?
Here you go!
Where can I get a copy of the one-pagers?
Editable documents to help you educate different professionals at your institution available here.
Where are the Case Studies that each of the 5 POWRR partner institutions have completed?
To see a full listing of the Case Studies completed by the 5 POWRR partner institutions, click here. To see an individual institution’s Case Study, click on the institution below:
Where is the POWRR Tool Grid?
What about COPTR? Where does that live?
Check this link for more information!
Where can I find some sample digital preservation policies?
National Library of Australia – Digital Preservation Policy
UMass Amherst Libraries -Digital Preservation Policy
PURR (Purdue University Research Repository) – Digital Preservation Policy
Yale University Library Policy for the Digital Preservation
UK Data Archive – Digital Preservation Policy
I remember some things like DROID, JHOVE, and PREMIS being mentioned. Where can I learn more about these?
DROID (Digital Record and Object Identification): More info available here
JHOVE (JSTOR/Harvard Object Validation Environment): More info here
PREMIS (Preservation Metadata Implementation Strategies): More info here
When can I read the POWRR White Paper
The White Paper has been released and can be found here.
Still feeling a little unsure? The National Endowment for the Humanities provides grants for smaller institutions to assist with preservation tactics. More information about NEH grants can be found here.
Last Updated 5/18/2016