By Frederick Lynden
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The certification criteria will lead to a firmer foundation of trust for digital preservation activities in the community and will solidify compliance with OAIS. RLG will continue the work of this group with OCLC participation in order to expand the information on certification of repositories. Second, the DLF Registry of Digital Masters (“the digital registry”) was originally convened under the auspices of the DLF), and is now a working group led by OCLC that includes DLF libraries and other interested libraries.
Web-Archiving Toolset The initial release of this service, in September 2002, consisted of a set of tools that enabled the harvesting of Web-based digital assets, the ingest of those assets into the archive, the creation of preservation metadata about them, the dissemination of them, and the assignment to them of various administrative properties (including preservation service level, copyright statements, selection of users authorized to view the assets, and organization of the assets into content groups).
The earliest stage was characterized by the development of cooperative efforts for shared cataloging and the widespread adoption of technology in libraries to manage electronic bibliographic records. The next phase of development was characterized by experimentation, especially with the digitization of library collections and the development of standards and best practices. The third and current phase sees the need for the development of new models and services for sustainability and interoperability.
Advances in Librarianship, Volume 27 (Advances in Librarianship) by Frederick Lynden