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  1. Danish Legal Deposit Experiences & the Need for Adjustments by Birgit N. Henriksen Head of Digitization and Web Department The Royal Library, Denmark

  2. Presentation outline • The modernised legal deposit law from 1997 and the system that supports the law • Categories of materials not collected • The need for adjustments in the legal deposit law

  3. The Danish Legal Deposit Law • 1697: All printers in royal and ducal lands must deposit • 1703: Only printers in Copenhagen have to deposit • 1781: All printers in royal and ducal lands must deposit • 1902:All printed materials to be deposited • 1927: Posters and some types of ephemera excluded • 1997:All published works to be deposited

  4. Purpose • 1697: free copies for the absolute monarch to exchange with his royal colleagues • 1781: adornment of the nation and the monarch • 1821, 1832, 1902, 1927: [implicit] strengthening of national feeling • 1997: preservation of the national cultural heritage

  5. The modernised law covers any work published in Denmark regardless of medium “work”: a delimited quantity of information which must be considered a final and independent unit “published”: when … copies of the work have been placed on sale or otherwise distributed to the public

  6. Types of Net Publications Static included (only periodically updated) • monographs • periodicals Dynamic excluded (continuously updated) • Databases • homepages

  7. www.pligtaflevering.dk

  8. New Search Facility

  9. How do we get the material? • Download based on notification NOT • Harvesting the Danish domain • Delivery of works (a collection of files) from the individual publishers

  10. Domain names in .dk domain

  11. Volume in archived material

  12. Monographs vs Periodicals

  13. Public vs. Private Publishers

  14. Staff resources

  15. MimeType Statistics – % of collected files

  16. Download Problems • Segments of programs like java and client-side elements such as java scripts in the documents, may make them difficult or impossible to download or view after download • Errors or inconsistencies in the published files

  17. Three generations using the internet

  18. Brouchers Online services like krak.dk Organisation websites Newsletters/minuts on websites Product databases/portals Net Art The modifications from 1902 • Brochures and advertisements • Catalogues • Election campaign material • Club/organisation magazines • Songs • Scouting magazines, church newsletters • Maps • Portraits • Art prints

  19. Gains if harvesting is used • Better coverage of Denmark outside the public sphere • Updated versions – also for static publications • New trends on the net as soon as they appear

  20. Reading up documents with speech synthesis

  21. Why not only harvesting • Harvesting is not always possible (e.g.. streamed and webcasted material) • Harvesting may not give a useful result - technical problems (java, java script, interactive sites) - personalised sites • Harvesting may not always give the best format for long-time preservation

  22. Net Art

  23. Archive for Danish Literature • www.adl.dk • All full texts are structured in XML on work level • The XML is loaded to a database • The database performs the web publishing in well-formed HTML on a page level

  24. Needed Adjustments • Expansion of the scope of the legal deposit law so all Danish material can be harvested from the net without prior agreements with the producers • Still retain the possibility of • depositing the digital basis for electronic publishing • selective collecting

  25. END