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  1. Texas Digital Library CENTRAL TEXAS AND SAN ANTONIO-AREA REGIONAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 5, 2013

  2. The TDL mission The Texas Digital Library enableseach of its member libraries to advance a program of digital initiatives in support of research, scholarship, and learning in Texas.

  3. TEXAS Digital Libraries Community

  4. New beginnings Start-up: Building infrastructure, initial recruitment 2006-7 Formation of TDL with four ARL schools; opened up membership to other academic libraries Spring 2011 Restructuring of TDL governance; formalized shift to service organization Spring 2013: Debra Hanken Kurtz appointed new director Maturation: Transition to service organization 2005 Discussions begin: How to reduce duplication of effort? 2012-2013 Co-founder Mark McFarland announces he will step down Fall 2011 Restructuring of helpdesk services 2008-9 First production Vireo installations TDL History

  5. New Leadership

  6. TDL Services • - DSpace • - Vireo (ETDs) • Scholarly publishing - DuraCloud - DPN Community Working Groups, Users Groups, Committees, Training, Support

  7. Access Services

  8. DSpace • Capture • Index • Distribute • Preserve

  9. DSpace Item view

  10. Vireo Managing the life cycle of Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs)

  11. Vireo Student submission interface

  12. Vireo Admin management interface

  13. Vireo and TDL • Software • Developed by TDL and its members • Open-source • Service • Hosted installations for members • Community • Vireo Users Group

  14. Scholarly Publishing Services • Platforms for Open Access Publishing by faculty • End users are faculty and researchers • TDL technical support available directly to faculty • TDL works through and with local librarians to promote and support

  15. Open Journal Systems • Online peer-reviewed journal hosting and workflow management

  16. Open Journal Systems

  17. Open Journal Systems • Editorial workflow management • Peer review • Copyediting • Proofreading • Support for indexing with CrossRefand others

  18. Open Conference Systems • Online conference management and publishing software

  19. WordPress • Hosted websites and blogs

  20. Support services

  21. Preservation

  22. Preservation on Two Fronts • Immediately available and proven • Existing relationship with DuraSpace • Relatively inexpensive (consortial pricing) • Will be implemented for TDL members in 2014 • Built by and for the academy • Multiple copies in independent, geographically dispersed repositories • Succession rights framework • Not yet built – an option for the future - Not mutually exclusive solutions -

  23. DuraCloud Amazon Glacier storage DSpace TDL @AWS (Amazon S3 storage) DuraCloud ingestion tools

  24. DuraCloud Services • Duplicate on change • Synchronizes content between storage providers • Bit Integrity Checker • Verifies that content held within DuraCloud has maintained bit integrity • Upload tool • Graphical interface for adding files to DuraCloud • Retrieval tool • Command line utility for transferring content in DuraCloud to local servers • Chunker and Stitcher Tools • Command line tool for breaking up and re-constituting large files that must be retrieved from DuraCloud DuraCloud access services • Image Server • Media Streaming Server

  25. Architecture

  26. Community

  27. DSpace Users Group Metadata Working Groups • Moving forward together Data Management Group Vireo Users Group Conference and Awards Committees

  28. Public Knowledge Project DuraSpace DPLA • One member of a global effort US ETD Association Digital Library Federation (DLF) Library Publishing Consortium Digital Preservation Network (DPN)

  29. Think globally, act locally.

  30. Organization

  31. Member-focused Governance • All regular member directors • Advisory and electoral • Sets strategic direction • 4 permanent members, 3 elected* • On call for day-to-day business decisions • Made up of Board officers *number of elected members increases with growth in membership

  32. Staff

  33. Representation on Member Board • 1 elected, at-large seat on the Governing Board for every 4 members • Access to all services • Access to technical staff and support • 4 TB of DuraCloudpreservation plus ability to buy additional space at consortialprices • Includes founding ARL members • Ex officio seat on Governing Board • Access to all services • Access to technical staff and support • Negotiated amount of DuraCloud preservation plus ability to buy additional space at consortial prices • Tier 1 Member • $150,000 • Tier 2 Member • $25,000 • Consortial • Member • Affiliate Member • $10,000 • DSpace hosting • 1 TB of DuraCloud preservation + ability to buy additional space at consortial prices • Access to Technical staff and support • No representation on Member Board • 3 or more Affiliates • Can elect a representative to the Member Board • 4+ TB of DuraCloud preservation plus ability to buy additional space at consortial prices Membership

  34. Creating an effective partnership with TDL Member institutions need to have… • Staff to serve as primary contact(s) with TDL • Staff to manage a repository (ingest content, add metadata, etc.) • Staff to set and implement policies for preservation • Ability to work with TDL to integrate authentication for some services (e.g. DSpace and Vireo) • Commitment to make contributions through TDL committees and groups

  35. The Cost of Going Alone

  36. Contact Us • Debra Hanken Kurtz • Executive Director, Texas Digital Library • d.kurtz@austin.utexas.edu • 512-495-4358 • Kristi Park • Program Coordinator, Texas Digital Library • kristi.park@austin.utexas.edu • 512-495-4417 • General Contact: info@tdl.org