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HATHI TRUSTA Shared DigitalRepositoryHathiTrust Open WebinarJeremy York.
Project Librarian HathiTrustMay 3 and 5 2011 Overview Mission and Goals Content.
Services Governance how the partnership operates Partnership Changing Library Landscape Current Partners.
Arizona State University North Carolina State University The University of ChicagoBaylor University Northwestern University University of IllinoisCalifornia Digital Library The Ohio State University University of Illinois at ChicagoColumbia University The Pennsylvania StateUniversity The University of Iowa.
Cornell University Princeton University University of MarylandDartmouth College Purdue University University of MichiganDuke University Stanford University University of MinnesotaEmory University Texas A M University The University of NorthHarvard University Library Universidad Complutense de Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Indiana University Madrid University of PennsylvaniaUniversity of CaliforniaJohns Hopkins University University of PittsburghLibrary of Congress University of UtahMassachusetts Institute of Irvine University of Virginia.
Technology University of WashingtonLos AngelesMichigan State University Merced University of Wisconsin New York University Riverside MadisonNew York Public Library San Diego Utah State University.
North Carolina Central San Francisco Yale University LibraryUniversity Santa BarbaraSanta CruzHathiTrust Community To contribute to the common good by collecting .
organizing preserving communicating andsharing the record of human knowledgeMission and Goals HathiTrustUniversal Library.
Common GoalSingle Entity Many Partners Comprehensive collection Preservation with Access Shared strategies.
Collection management development Preservation Copyright Efficient user services Openness.
Mission and Goals What is in HathiTrust 8 625 158 Total volumes 2 297 041 Public Domain 4 722 664 Book titles.
209 930 Serial titles As of May 1 2011 Content Sources As of May 1 2011 Content Distribution.
As of May 1 2011 As of May 1 2011 Statistics and Visualizations Breakdown of HathiTrust book corpus by publication dateBibliographic Indeterminacy and the Scale of Problems and Opportunities of Rights in Digital Collection Building 2 2011 Breakdown of HathiTrust book corpus by publication date.
Language Distribution 1 The top 10 languages make up 86 of all content As of May 1 2011 Statistics and Visualizations Language Distribution 2 .
The next 40languages makeup 13 of total As of May 1 2011 Statistics and Visualizations Content over time.
As of May 1 2011 Content Growth A global change in the library environmentAcademic print book collection alreadysubstantially duplicated in mass digitized.
book corpus June 2010Median duplication 31 Median duplication 19 Digitized Books in Shared Repositories 3 5M titles.
75 of mass digitized corpus is backed up in oneor more shared print repositories 2 5M Services 1 Ingest Book and Journal content.
Google Internet Archive In house other vendor digitization Images Audio Born digital coming soon Two parts.
Bibliographic Data ContentGetting Content Into HathiTrust Building a Future by Preserving our Past Services 2 Long term preservation.
Bit level migration Standard and open formats ITU G4 TIFF JPEG2000 JPG Unicode Validation integrity redundancy How reliable is it .
DRAMBORA TRACPreservation Technology TRAC Technology OAIS Page TurnerMARC record extensions HathiTrust API Aleph OAI.
GROOVE Rights DB JHOVE GeoIP DBCNRI HandlesInternet ArchiveConversion.
Internal Data LoadingMETS objectMETS PREMIS object Isilon PDFTIFF G4 JPEG2000 Site ReplicationMD5 checksums MD5 checksum validation.
Technology Partner Digitization Google Digitization Quality work Volume certification feedback issues hathitrust org.
Services 3 Preservation with Access As part of preservation service to partners and aspublic good Discovery.
Bibliographic temporary catalog OCLC HathiTrust Full text Reading Interface optimized for users with print disabilities Collections.
Searching Reading and Building Collections Access MatrixType of Search View Full PDF Print on Print Section 108work Bib and download Demand disabilities preservationFull text uses .
Public World World World if no World Partners N Adomain restrictions worldwideworldwide Partners ifrestrictionsPublic World US US if no US US N A.
domain in restrictions Partnersthe US US partnersif restrictionsOpen World World World if no World with Partners N AAccess restrictions permission worldwide.
Creative if noCommons restrictionsIn World Not Not available Not Partners Partners UScopyright available available US and and and worldwide worldwide .
undetermi where wherened applicable applicable Services 4 Rights Management Rights Database.
Copyright review IMLS Grant awarded to University of Michigan 2008 todetermine copyright status of books published in USbetween 1923 and 1963 18 staff members 4 institutions.
Indiana University University of Michigan University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin 125k reviewed through CRMS.
67 000 54 in public domain Copyright status of books published pre 1923 and US workspublished 1923 1963 Copyright status of books published pre 1923 and US workspublished 1923 1963.
Services 5 Data Availability Tab delimited inventory files Bibliographic API Data API.
OAI feed of public domain SFX target SummonHathifiles Data Distribution and APIs Services 6 .
Collaborative Development Environment Active repository development Support for Computational Research Datasets 120 000 volume set.
Google digitized public domain Protocol based access Research Center How Different from Google Preservation.
Content Collective work Uses of materials Own trajectory Partnership.
Not just about digital content or repository Address challenges Fulfill mission Provide services for our communities Governance and Work.
GovernanceGuidance onStrategic Policy Budget Finances Advisory BoardDecision making Planning.
HathiTrustGovernance Executive Committee Paul Courant University Librarian and Dean of Libraries UM Laine Farley Executive Director CDL.
John King Vice Provost for Academic Information UM Paula Kaufman University Librarian and Dean of Libraries UI Brian Schottlaender University Librarian UCSD Ed Van Gemert Deputy Director of Libraries UW Madison ex officio .
Brenda Johnson Dean of Libraries IU Brad Wheeler Chief Information Officer IU John Wilkin Executive Director of HathiTrust andAssociate University Librarian LIT UMExecutive Committee.
Strategic Advisory Board Ed Van Gemert Chair Deputy Director of Libraries UW John Butler Associate University Librarian for InformationTechnology U Minn Patricia Cruse Director Preservation CDL.
Bernie Hurley Director Library Technologies UC Berkeley R Bruce Miller University Librarian UC Merced Sarah Pritchard University Librarian Northwestern Paul Soderdahl Director LIT U Iowa John Wilkin Executive Director HathiTrust ex officio .
Robert Wolven Columbia UniversityStrategic Advisory Board Constitutional Convention October 2011 Delegates from each institution and.
consortium Carry certain number of votes determinedaccording to formula approved by Executive 3 year review Proposals.
Print management Ballot proposals How does work get done Collective work e g working groups.
Perform the work of the partnership Now 40 people across partner institutions Distributed work Driven by needs of institutions able to leverageacross the partnership.
Projects e g grant work ingest specifications page turner bibliographic data management Leverage expertise across institutionsWorking Groups and Committees Projects Working Groups 1 .
Operational focus Appointed by Executive Director in coordinationwith Executive Committee Current Usability.
User Support Communications Previous Development Environment Storage.
Research Center Working Groups 2 Planning or Exploratory focus Appointed by Strategic Advisory Board Recommendations reviewed by SAB and XCom .
may call for subsequent implementation Collections Committee Surrogates Quality Ingest and Error rate Discovery.
How is work prioritized Initial functional objectives Collective processes Working groups and committeesFunctional Objectives Working Groups and Committees.
Financialcontributions HathiTrust Functionalof partnersFunctional Framework Partnership.
Partnership Who can become a partner Institutions worldwide Libraries with print holdingsEligibility and Agreements.
What are the benefits 1 Cost effective long term preservation and access servicesfor digitized content Commitments on digital content facilitate decisions aboutdigitization efforts and print collection management.
For those with content immediately offering long termpreservation bibliographic and full text search collection building With content or not full viewing and downloadingcapabilities for public domain materials and materials for.
which we have received permissionsFeatures and Benefits New Cost Model FAQ What are the benefits 2 Specialized access to public domain and in copyright materialsfor users with print disabilities.
Other lawful uses of in copyright materials such as Section108 uses print replacement copies digital access toapplicable works HathiTrust encourages participation in initiatives andresources geared toward.
Shared collection development and management e g copyrightreview work print holdings database de duplication collaborationwith other organizations and initiatives Participation in governance and collaborative initiatives Defining future directions of the shared library .
What s involved Contract Sustaining Content Contributing Yearly fees.
Commitment 5 year periods Shibboleth Print Holdings How much does it cost 1 .
How much does it cost 2 0 149 volume year for Google digitized 0 489 volume year for IA digitized 0 154 volume year for all content 3 40 per GB.
How does it work 1 Sustaining membership is base Pricing model for all partners beginning 2013 Based on overlap of HathiTrust volumes withinstitutions print holdings.
Share in infrastructure costs for public domain PD X C N Share in infrastructure costs for in copyrightvolumes based on holdings For a given in copyright volume .
IC C X H How does it work 2 Main factors in costs are Amount of content Number of partners.
Also a flexible multiplier designed to pay forprogrammatic activities Tend to result in lower costs and morebenefits over time How does it work 3 .
In order to support these calculations Need print holdings database 2013 Update mechanisms Manual remediation Using estimates currently.
Based on infrastructure costs of anticipated Estimated partnership growth Institution total volume counts How does it work 4 Does not exclude contribution of content.
If contribute content costs covered up toamount that would be paid as Sustaining Barring additional costs that might be needed toaccommodate content e g specialized loadroutines generation of OCR .
Above that pay per GB cost 3 40 How does it work 5 Partners share in costs of sustaining common Share in uses of relevant materials Voice in future directions.
Costs to institutions go down Quality of services increases Realize in aggregated collection something don tget through distributed search or federation Free riders .
Changing Library Landscape Rapidly changing landscape Libraries are making these decisions but theyDRAMBORA, TRAC Preservation | Technology | TRAC Technology - OAIS GRIN Internal Data Loading Google Internet Archive In-house Conversion MARC record extensions (Aleph) Rights DB Page Turner HathiTrust API OAI GeoIP DB CNRI Handles [Solr] METS/PREMIS object TIFF G4/JPEG2000 OCR MD5 checksums METS object PNG OCR PDF Isilon Site Replication TSM ...

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