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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Utahs Digital Library Background Successful digitization program http://www.lib.utah.edu/digital/ 6 million+ digital objects Documents, photographs, maps, art prints, books, newspapers, audio & video streaming ~ $2 million grant funding since 2001 Hosted and aggregated collaborative projects Mountain West Digital Library - http://mwdl.org Utah Digital Newspapers - http://digitalnewspapers.org Western Waters Digital Library - http://westernwaters.org All supported by CONTENTdm Users since 2000
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch IT Services Digital Technologies (4 FTE) Digitization Application Development (6 FTE) Software development ILS Web Services Library website and staff intranet, graphic design PC Systems (6 FTE) Staff desktop support Server administration Edge networking
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Digital Library Hardware Two CONTENTdm servers One exclusively for digital newspapers 40Tb virtualized Dell server w/VMWare TomCat/MySQL and JRun/MSSQL Scanners 5 flatbed (3 with document feeders) 1 Nikon 4000 film scanner 1 Zeutschel OS 10000 book scanner 1 Hasselblad H3D camera with lights/copy stand 1 Epson 10000 large format printer
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Reality Check Nine years in the making In 2000 1 librarian 1 PT scanning technician Space on librarys web server
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Services offered Scanning MWDL partners, faculty, students, public Printing Large format (44 wide by proportional length) Hosting Low and high resolution (Full Resolution Manager) Harvesting into MWDL required Minimal website development (CQR tool) CONTENTdm support
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Large Collaborative Aggregates Mountain West Digital Library Utah Digital Newspapers State-wide Digital Repository State-wide EAD finding aid repository Western Waters Digital Library PKP OAI harvester
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Mountain West Digital Library Aggregated collections of Utah and Nevada 500,000 digital objects of every format (currently excludes newspapers, finding aids, IR) Led by Utah Academic Library Consortium Six regional centers run CONTENTdm Host smaller partners Common metadata standard Open Source PKP harvester at UU
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  • MWDL website http://mwdl.org MWDL website http://mwdl.org Utah State CONTENTdm Server (Solaris) Utah State CONTENTdm Server (Solaris) U of Utah CONTENTdm Server (Windows) U of Utah CONTENTdm Server (Windows) BYU CONTENTdm Server (Linux) BYU CONTENTdm Server (Linux) SUU CONTENTdm Server (Linux) SUU CONTENTdm Server (Linux) Partners MWDL Structure Partners PKP OAI Harvester
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch The MWDL Model Partners retain control/identity of collections Multiple access points to collections Local website MWDL website Object stored in only one place Digitization occurs in a uniform manner High-end equipment, standards Revenue stream for regional centers Structure is semi-self-sustaining Partners trained to apply metadata Contribution and control
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Utah Digital Newspapers 600,000 pages currently available Full-text search Browse by newspaper titles/articles Hosted at UU, BYU, and USU Harvested with CDM Multi-Site Server Scanned from paper and microfilm Partnership with iArchives Inc. and OCLC Funding from LSTA, IMLS, and NEH/LC
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Themes Responsibility for the community Infrastructure that eases participation Even for small institutions with no expertise/resources Ownership and identity with partners Standards-based Imaging, metadata, harvesting, etc. Collections most important Technologies are tools that get you there Can easily become a barrier
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Open Source Development ZContent (Perl) Z39.50 searching of CONTENTdm X-EAD (Java) Forms-based finding aid creation tool Ecommerce software Shopping cart for CDM with hand-off to secure transaction Clip-Imp (PHP) Streaming media management software SKIS (Perl, MySQL) IR workflow software with deposit into CDM
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Ecommerce service Large-format photo-quality prints Credit card transactions Ship or pick-up
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Open Source Adaptations PKP harvester OAI compliant databases Currently CONTENTdm and DSpace Lucene indexer EAD XML finding aids
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch Open Source vs Commercial OS philosophy is right path OS requires more staff resources Long-term commitment Organizational dependence on individuals No direct control over OS development community Most important thing is open standards and transferability of files OS movement keeps commercial vendors on their toes
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  • J. WILLARD MARRIOTT LIBRARY January 23, 2008Kenning Arlitsch How did all this start? Wrote proposal for digitization center in 1999 Personnel Me, one part-timer Funding LSTA, IMLS, NEH Collection development committee Difficulty making decisions
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