DIGITAL PRESERVATION TF
The charge of the Digital Preservation Task Force is to identify ways in which NASIG can raise awareness of and develop tools for reducing the risk of losing vulnerable digital scholarly content. The task force will identify new roles for librarians and publishers as well as the impact of these changes on preservation in an ever-changing digital environment, and develop some best practices for the industry. The task force will identify ways in which NASIG can be involved in proactive digital preservation, including tools for marketing digital preservation to a broad range of library administrations and publishers. The task force will provide quarterly reports to the Board on their progress, with final recommendations submitted by the 2019 conference.
Chair: Shannon Keller (New York Public Library), 16/19
James Phillpotts (Oxford University Press), 17/19
Wendy Robertson (University of Iowa), 16/19
Heather Staines (hypothes.is), 17/19
Zach Van Stanley (University of Denver), 16/19
We are seeking input on these Guides. What would make them more useful? What is unclear? Please send comments to the Task Force.
- Digital Preservation 101 - (PDF)
- Guide to the Keepers Registry - (PDF)
- Talking Points and Questions to ask Publishers about Digital Preservation - (PDF)
- Digital Preservation for Library Publishers: Raising Awareness – Library Publishing Forum, 22 May 2018
- Heather Staines presented "NASIG Digital Preservation Task Force"
- Wendy C Robertson presented "Digital Preservation and Small Library Publishers"
- Jeremy Morse presented "Preservation Policies, And Why Every Publisher Needs One"
- Digital Preservation Task Force Update – NASIG, 9 June 2018
- Shannon Regan Keller
- Wendy C Robertson
- Kim Steinle
- Seasons of Change: Digital Preservation in an Ever-Changing Digital Environment (PDF) - Charelston Conference, 8 November 2018
- Heather Staines
- Shannon Keller
- Bob Boissy