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Permanent access to digital resources. Digital Archiving at the national library of the Netherlands Erik Oltmans Head, Acquisitions & Cataloguing Division National Library of the Netherlands New Challenges for Open Access Repositories , Glasgow, Oc tober 20, 2006. Overview. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Permanent access to digital resourcesDigital Archiving at the national library of the Netherlands

    Erik OltmansHead, Acquisitions & Cataloguing DivisionNational Library of the Netherlands

    New Challenges for Open Access Repositories, Glasgow, October 20, 2006

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Overview Setting and ScopeKoninklijke BibliotheekHistory of the e-DepotSystem characteristicsScale

    Archiving e-journals: The KB Policy

    Digital Preservation Research

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Setting and Scope

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Governance, funding, organizational structureKoninklijke BibliotheekMedium-sized national library, founded in 1798Financed by Ministry of Education, Culture and ScienceAnnual budget 50 million, 270 fte

    Digital archiving and R&D Permanent Preservation: 1,1 million structurally allotted to staff, system maintenance 1,2 million permanently dedicated to researchResearch funding will increase

    Digital archiving and preservation embedded in organizationDepartments: e-Depot, Digital Preservation, IT

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Corporate Management

    Collections & Services

    Acquisitions &Cataloguing

    D i r e c t o r G e n e r a lInnovation

    Information & Collections

    User Services

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    History of the KB e-Depot1993: Decision to start e-Depot1995: Experiments with Elsevier, Dutch Publishers Association2002: Landmark archiving agreement with Elsevier

    More archiving agreements:Kluwer Academic Publishers, BioMed Central (2003)Blackwell, Oxford University Press, Taylor & Francis (2004)Sage, Springer, and Brill Academic Publishers (2005)General agreement Dutch Publishers Association (updated 2005)

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    The e-Depot systemExperiments with AT&T, IBM from 1995-2002DIAS: OAIS-compliant, developed with IBM, implemented in 2002Integrated with other library modules

    Functionalities:Ingest of e-journals, e-books, digitized publications, and CD-romsAuthentic publications are archived, standard formats (PDF, XML)Automatic validation (checksum, JHOVE), error handlingMetadata conversionBatch delivery

    KB aims at continuous auditing, resulting in certification

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    ScaleVolume 8 million e-publications currently10 million e-publications eventually (based on current agreements)Expected to be fully implemented this year

    Size1 e-publication equals 1 Mb on average1 Terabyte for every 1 million publications

    Capacity5,000 50,000 e-publications ingested per day

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Archiving e-Journals: the KB policy

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    The KB Policy: identifying risksNo obvious guardian for international publicationsWho ensures long-term accessibility of international e-Journals?Most current e-Journals lack a natural a fatherlandGeographic model not sufficient for systematic approachRisk of information getting lost forever

    Disrupted AccessCalamities damaging publishers servicesWithdrawal of publications, journals (commercial motivation)No successor

    Technological ObsolescenceInaccessible file formats

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    The KB Policy: addressing risksPublishers are unlikely to deposit at large number of placesSpread the (geopolitical) risk and identify trustworthy partnersCollaboration and coordination Centers of expertise may emerge: the Safe Places Network

    Safe Places Network secures systematic, coordinated preservationIn case of loss, libraries know where to goPermanent archiving calls for Substantial investmentPermanent commitmentContinuous efforts and permanent R&D

    The KB e-Depot

  • PublishersResearch Libraries, End UsersNationalLibraries

  • PublishersResearch Libraries, End UsersNationalLibraries / Safe Places

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Who are we serving? Designated CommunityPublishersThe e-Depot is a safe place for the scientific community Additional service for publishers customerse-Depot access does not compete with publisher-provided accessRetrieval, access, printing, downloading for private use onlySystematic reproduction is not allowedCOUNTER compliant

    Libraries, end usersThe e-Depot is a safe place for the scientific communityOn site access for KB visitors, ILL supply within the NetherlandsExceptional use: Trigger events cause broader accessIf a publisher stops making journals available: Open access to all In case publishers cannot meet obligations: Part of interim service

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Digital Preservation Research

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    e-Journal archivingPreservation planning is not a separate module, but requires action at all stages of the archiving process

    The file format concept is not enough: we need to distinguish between collections and need to know about document settings

    Research on PDFs: how can we influence publishers to create durable PDFs without restricting them to PDF-A?

    Font sets: should be embedded

    Version Control: how do we deal with updates?

    Full range of digital preservation: both migration and emulation

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    PRODUCERCONSUMERSIPPreservation PlanningAdministrationIngestAccessArchival StorageData ManagementAIPAIPDIP

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Cooperation in Digital PreservationPlanets: European Project to develop Preservation Planning tools

    KB and Portico are investigating further ways to collaborate

    DIAS: enhance the system, international user group

    IBM: new research agenda, implementing preservation functionality

    The Netherlands: set up National Digital Preservation Coalition

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Important informationUrgent Call for Action needed to preserve Scholarly Electronic JournalsMellon Foundationwww.arl.org/osc

    Survey of the Landscape of E-Journal ArchivingCouncil on Library and Information Resourceswww.clir.org

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    SummaryE-Journals: range of possible disruptions

    E-Journals must be preserved by institutions who take responsibilities;

    Systematic and coordinated by means of Safe Place Network

    KB is committed to be part of the Safe Places Network: substantial R&D, permanent commitment

    We need more international collaboration

    The KB e-Depot

    Koninklijke Bibliotheek National Library of the Netherlands

    Contact:

    erik.oltmans@kb.nl

    www.kb.nl/e-Depot

    The KB e-Depot