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Digitalização e preservação digital: a experiência do Sistema Integrado de Bibliotecas da Universidade de São Paulo (SIBiUSP)

Ferreira, Sueli Mara Soares Pinto; Gadelha Neto, Zacharias da Costa; Gamba, Camila Molgara
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Produção Intelectual da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Produção Intelectual da USP
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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As atividades de digitalização e de preservação digital de conteúdos permeiam as ações das bibliotecas universitárias, quer seja para a preservação de acervos raros e especiais como para garantir o acesso amplo à produção intelectual da Universidade. São descritas as experiências desenvolvidas pelo Sistema Integrado de Bibliotecas da Universidade de São Paulo (SIBiUSP) referente as ações implementadas em âmbito sistêmico, abordando a construção da infraestrutura tecnológica (hardware e software) e as políticas e normas institucionais de digitalização e de preservação digital, apresentando ao final os desenvolvimentos já obtidos com os conteúdos produzidos até o momento.; The digitization and digital preservation activities are presented in all the academic libraries actions today. This is done for the preservation of rare collections and special collections and also to ensure wide access to the intellectual production of the University. Here we have described the experiences developed by the University of Sao Paulo Integrated Library System (SIBiUSP) in reference to the systemic actions implemented, describing the technological infrastructure construction (hardware and software) and the institutional policies and standards for digitalization and digital preservation...

A model of multilingual digital library

Pavani,Ana M. B.
Fonte: IBICT Publicador: IBICT
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/12/2001 Português
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This paper addresses the problem of multilingual digital libraries. The motivation for a such a digital library comes from the diversity of languages of the Internet users as well as the diversity of content authors, from e-book authors to writers of courseware. The basic definitions of such a system, the specifications of its functionality and the identification of the items it holds are discussed. The impact of multilinguism in each of the former aspects is presented. A case study of a multilingual digital library - in the Maxwell System in PUC-Rio - is described in the last sections. Its main characteristics are described and the current status of its digital library is shown.

The Brazilian electronic theses and dissertations digital library: providing open access for scholarly information

Southwick,Sílvia Barcellos
Fonte: IBICT Publicador: IBICT
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/08/2006 Português
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This paper describes a project led by the Instituto Brasileiro de Informações em Ciência e Tecnologia (Ibict), a government institution, to build a national digital library for electronic theses and dissertations - Bibliteca Digital de Teses e Dissertações (BDTD). The project has been a collaborative effort among Ibict, universities and other research centers in Brazil. The developers adopted a system architecture based on the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) in which universities and research centers act as data providers and Ibict as a service provider. A Brazilian metadata standard for electronic theses and dissertations was developed for the digital library. A toolkit including open source package was also developed by Ibict to be distributed to potential data providers. BDTD has been integrated with the international initiative: the Networked Digital Library of Thesis and Dissertation (NDLTD). Discussions in the paper address various issues related to project design, development and management as well as the role played by Ibict. Conclusions highlight some important lessons learned to date and challenges for the future in expanding the BDTD project.

Automated Validation of Trusted Digital Repository Assessment Criteria

Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Texas Digital Library Publicador: Texas Digital Library
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The RLG/NARA trusted digital repository (TDR) certification checklist defines a set of assessment criteria for preservation environments. The criteria can be mapped into data management policies that define how a digital preservation environment is operated. We explore how the enforcement of these management policies can be automated through their characterization as rules that control preservation services. By integrating a rule-based data management system with the DSpace digital archive system, we expect to demonstrate automated audits of the TDR checklist for a defined set of local policies. The system is sufficiently general that one can also demonstrate the completeness and self-consistency of preservation environments. This is the concept that all required preservation metadata are controlled by management policies, and that for each management policy the required preservation metadata are preserved.; National Archives and Records Administration under NSF cooperative agreement 0523307 through a supplement to SCI 0438741, "Cyberinfrastructure; From Vision to Reality"

An automated syllabus digital library system for higher education in Ireland

Joorabchi, Arash; Mahdi, Abdulhussain E
Fonte: Emerald Publicador: Emerald
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; Purpose - With the significant growth in electronic education materials such as syllabus documents and lecture notes, available on the internet and intranets, there is a need for robust central repositories of such materials to allow both educators and learners to conveniently share, search and access them. The purpose of this paper is to report on the work to develop a national repository for course syllabi in Ireland. Design/methodology/approach - The paper describes a prototype syllabus repository system for higher education in Ireland, which has been developed by utilising a number of information extraction and document classification techniques, including a new fully unsupervised document classification method that uses a web search engine for automatic collection of training set for the classification algorithm. Findings - Preliminary experimental results for evaluating the performance of the system and its various units, particularly the information extractor and the classifier, are presented and discussed. Originality/value - In this paper, three major obstacles associated with creating a large-scale syllabus repository are identified, and a comprehensive review of published research work related to addressing these problems is provided. Two different types of syllabus documents are identified and describe a rule-based information extraction system capable of extracting structured information from unstructured syllabus documents is described. Finally...

Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC )

Taylor, Laurie N.; Wooldridge, Brooke; Santamaría- Wheeler, Lourdes; Sullivan, Mark V.; Hebblethwaite, Benjamin; Raitano, Megan
Fonte: SUNY Geneseo: IDS Project Press; SUNY Geneseo: IDS Project Press ( Geneseo, NY ) Publicador: SUNY Geneseo: IDS Project Press; SUNY Geneseo: IDS Project Press ( Geneseo, NY )
Tipo: mixed material Formato: Book chapter
Publicado em //2013 Português
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Library Publishing Toolkit, ed. Allison P. Brown. Geneseo: IDS Project Press, 2013. http://opensuny.org/omp/index.php/IDSProject/catalog/book/25; (Preferred Citation) Laurie N. Taylor, Brooke Wooldridge, Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Mark Sullivan, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, and Megan Raitano. “Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC).” Library Publishing Toolkit. . Geneseo, NY: Milne Library at SUNY Geneseo and the Monroe County Library System. 2013. .

IUB Libraries Video Streaming Service: A Technical Overview

Dunn, Jon; Durbin, Mike; Wheeler, Brian
Fonte: Indiana University Digital Library Program Publicador: Indiana University Digital Library Program
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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A recording is not available for this presentation.; The IUB Libraries Video Streaming Service received its soft launch in the Fall 2008 semester, allowing staff in Wells Library Media and Reserve Services to make both locally-digitized video and digital video files licensed from vendors available for online streaming by members of the IU community. This service was developed by the Digital Library Program in consultation with Media and Reserve Services, based in part upon previous pilots and prototypes supported by both DLP and Library Information Technology. In this presentation, we will demonstrate the functionality of the Video Streaming Service both from the perspective of a student or faculty member viewing a video and a library staff member loading a new video into the system. We will then discuss the technologies used to implement the service, including Adobe Flash Media Server, theffmpeg audio/video encoder, and locally-developed video drop box, content management, and workflow tools.

Creative Planning and Manipulating of the Free Digital Library System Omeka.net

Warshaw, Robin Lisa
Fonte: Indiana University Libraries Publicador: Indiana University Libraries
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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Omeka.net is a free digital library system with a rigid structure, but through perseverance and discipline the limitations may become possibilities. Since not everyone can afford to host a digital collection on their server, the cost effective solution is Omeka.net. By focusing on creative planning and manipulation, the strict boundaries can be made into a more interactive experience for the user. The restrictions inherent in Omeka.net can lead to creative responses, and I will share some of my creative responses from ravenquill.omeka.net that can be implemented into any omeka.net site.

Digital Library Migration at Florida International University

Rogers, Jamie
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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Variations on Video: Building the Next Generation Library Media Management System

Dunn, Jon; Colvard, Chris; Notess, Mark
Fonte: Indiana University Digital Library Program Publicador: Indiana University Digital Library Program
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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The Indiana University Libraries, in partnership with Northwestern University Library, recently received a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to create an open source software system for academic libraries and archives to easily provide online access to video and audio collections. This project builds on IU's success in developing the open source Variations digital music library system and on Northwestern's long history of expertise in video digitization and delivery. The speakers will describe the project objectives and organization, explaining how the project ties in with such strategic IU initiatives as Empowering People, the IU Bloomington Media Preservation Initiative, and the Libraries' own strategic directions work. The expected product architecture will also be described, including how other open source community projects such as Fedora, Hydra, and Opencast Matterhorn are involved. Finally, some requirements for the system gleaned from user research will be described.

Variations: Building a Digital Music Library Community

Dunn, Jon; Notess, Mark
Fonte: Indiana University Digital Library Program Publicador: Indiana University Digital Library Program
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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Over the past 15 years, Indiana University has been a leader in the development of digital library systems for music through a series of projects collectively known as Variations. Most recently, the Variations3 project, funded in part by a National Leadership Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, supported the release of the Variations digital music library system as open source software, freely available for use by other institutions. The Variations system is in production use at seven colleges and universities beyond IU, with approximately ten others actively piloting the system. In this talk, we will summarize the results of the Variations3 project's development and evaluation activities, discuss some of the successes in and challenges to adoption by other institutions, and discuss potential future directions for the project.

DLI-2: Creating the Digital Music Library: Final Report to the National Science Foundation

Digital Library Program
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
Tipo: Relatório Formato: 230467 bytes; application/pdf
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Indiana University’s Variations2 Digital Music Library project focused on three chief areas of research and development: system architecture, including content representation and metadata standards; component-based application architecture; and network services. We tested and evaluated commercial technologies, primarily for multimedia and storage management; developed custom software solutions for the needs of the music library community; integrated commercial and custom software products; and tested and evaluated prototype systems for music instruction and library services, locally at Indiana University, and at a number of satellite sites, in the U.S. and overseas. This document is the project's final report to the National Science Foundation.; This work was sponsored by the National Science Foundation under award no. 9909068, as part of the DLI-2 initiative.

Features Desired in a Digital Library System (2010)

Clement, Gail; Taylor, Laurie N.; Sullivan, Mark V.; Dotson, Lee; Digital Initiatives Subcommittee ( DISC ); Digital Initiatives and Services Committee ( DISC )
Fonte: UF Libraries; UF Libraries ( Gainesville, FL ) Publicador: UF Libraries; UF Libraries ( Gainesville, FL )
Tipo: mixed material
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Document prepared for committee review and comment by G. Clement (FIU) and L. Taylor (UF), with additional editing by M. Sullivan (UF) and L. Dotson (UCF), April 30, 2009. Reviewed and approved by the State University Libraries’ Digital Initiatives Subcommittee (DISC), September 8, 2010. History: Initial document, Features Desired in a Digital Library System to Replace FCLA'S Textual Collections and Visual Collections, created by the Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) and the Digital Library April 6, 2006 to evaluate DL systems, leading to the purchase of DigiTool in 2006.

Features Desired in a Digital Library System (2011)

Digital Initiatives and Services Committee ( DISC )
Fonte: UF Libraries; UF Libraries ( Gainesville, FL ) Publicador: UF Libraries; UF Libraries ( Gainesville, FL )
Tipo: mixed material
Publicado em //6/30/2011 Português
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Created by DISC for Common Digital Library platform 6/30/2011. History: Initial document, Features Desired in a Digital Library System to Replace FCLA'S Textual Collections and Visual Collections, created by the Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) and the Digital Library April 6, 2006 to evaluate DL systems, leading to the purchase of DigiTool in 2006. Revised and prepared for committee review and comment by G. Clement (FIU) and L. Taylor (UF), with additional editing by M. Sullivan (UF) and L. Dotson (UCF), April 30, 2009. Reviewed and approved by the State University Libraries’ Digital Initiatives Subcommittee (DISC), September 8, 2010.

More than Metadata: Where the Rubber Meets the Road in DLS Migration

Dotson, Lee; Motyka, Lydia; Parandjuk, Joanne; Rogers, Jamie
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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This panel presentation provided several use cases that detail the complexity of large-scale digital library system (DLS) migration from the perspective of three university libraries and a statewide academic library services consortium. Each described the methodologies developed at the beginning of their migration process, the unique challenges that arose along the way, how issues were managed, and the outcomes of their work. Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, and the University of Central Florida are members of the state's academic library services consortium, the Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC). In 2011, the Digital Services Committee members began exploring alternatives to DigiTool, their shared FLVC hosted DLS. After completing a review of functional requirements and existing systems, the universities and FLVC began the implementation process of their chosen platforms. Migrations began in 2013 with limited sets of materials. As functionalities were enhanced to support additional categories of materials from the legacy system, migration paths were created for the remaining materials. Some of the challenges experienced with the institutional and statewide collaborative legacy collections were due to gradual changes in standards...

The Profiles in Science Digital Library: Behind the Scenes

Gallagher, Marie E.; Moffatt, Christie
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2012 Português
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This demonstration shows the Profiles in Science® digital library. Profiles in Science contains digitized selections from the personal manuscript collections of prominent biomedical researchers, medical practitioners, and those fostering science and health. The Profiles in Science Web site1 is the delivery mechanism for content derived from the digital library system. The system is designed according to our basic principles for digital library development [1]. The digital library includes the rules and software used for digitizing items, creating and editing database records and performing quality control as well as serving the digital content to the public. Among the types of data managed by the digital library are detailed item-level, collection-level and cross-collection metadata, digitized photographs, papers, audio clips, movies, born-digital electronic files, optical character recognized (OCR) text, and annotations (see Figure 1). The digital library also tracks the status of each item, including digitization quality, sensitivity of content, and copyright. Only items satisfying all required criteria are released to the public through the World Wide Web. External factors have influenced all aspects of the digital library's infrastructure.

Use and usability in a digital library search system

France, Robert K.; Nowell, Lucy Terry; Fox, Edward A.; Saad, Rani A.; Zhao, Jianxin
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 08/02/1999 Português
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Digital libraries must reach out to users from all walks of life, serving information needs at all levels. To do this, they must attain high standards of usability over an extremely broad audience. This paper details the evolution of one important digital library component as it has grown in functionality and usefulness over several years of use by a live, unrestricted community. Central to its evolution have been user studies, analysis of use patterns, and formative usability evaluation. We extrapolate that all three components are necessary in the production of successful digital library systems.; Comment: System paper

Collaborative digital library of historical resources: Evaluation of first users

Abdullah, A.; Zainab, A. N.
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 22/01/2013 Português
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This paper describes the digital library of historical resources, a research project which involves building a testbed for the purpose of developing and testing new collaborative digital library functionality and presents an initial analysis of the digital library's public use on the web. The digital library is modeled to focus on serving secondary students information needs in conducting history projects. As such, in the implementation of the digital library, the use of online resources would be an integral part of history project based learning activities. Students should be enabled to access digital resources, create and publish their own documents in the digital library and share them with others. As a testbed system, the collaborative digital library known as CoreDev has demonstrated its capabilities in serving an educational community as has been reflected by the positive feedback on the functional requirements from 44 users. Over 75% of the respondents in the user survey considered themselves capable of using the digital library easily. The beta tester demographics (n = 105) indicate that the digital library is reaching its target communities.

The Mellon Fedora Project: Digital Library Architecture Meets XML and Web Services

Payette, Sandra; Staples, Thornton
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 04/12/2013 Português
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The University of Virginia received a grant of $1,000,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to enable the Library, in collaboration with Cornell University, to build a digital object repository system based on the Flexible Extensible Digital Object and Repository Architecture (Fedora). The new system demonstrates how distributed digital library architecture can be deployed using web-based technologies, including XML and Web services. The new system is designed to be a foundation upon which interoperable web-based digital libraries can be built. Virginia and collaborating partners in the US and UK will evaluate the system using a diverse set of digital collections. The software will be made available to the public as an open-source release.

Introduction to METS – Preservation and Interchange of Digital Objects; Introdução ao METS – Preservação e Intercâmbio de Objetos Digitais 10.5007/1518-2924.2008v13n26p172

Rodrigues, Nelson de Almeida; UnB - Brasília
Fonte: Departamento de Ciência da Informação – UFSC Publicador: Departamento de Ciência da Informação – UFSC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; Formato: application/pdf
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The Metadata Encoding & Transmission Standard (METS) is an XML Schema created under the sponsorship of the Digital Library Federation and maintained by the Library of Congress which allows to create a rich structure capable to hold not only the multiple types of metadata used to describe the assets of a digital library, but also the own digital objects, be for management purposes, be to allow an interchange between different institutions. This article presents the motivation problems for its creation and its historical origin in the Making of America II project. Describes the purpose of each XML element that forms the vocabulary of this standard and shows the usage of some of them with XML coded examples, which requires a basic knowledge of that language for better understanding. Expresses its relation with the Open Archival Information System model as a meaningful example of its use and, finally, mentions other standards created with similar purposes.; O Metadata Encoding & Transmission Standard (METS) é um XML Schema elaborado sob o patrocínio da Digital Library Federation e mantido pela Biblioteca do Congresso Norte Americano que permite criar uma rica estrutura capaz de registrar, não apenas os múltiplos tipos de metadados usados para descrever o acervo de uma biblioteca digital...