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The Technical Report Archive & Image Library

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  1. The Technical Report Archive & Image Library Creating Collaborative Collections 12.5.2008 Purdue University

  2. Charge Develop a collaborative project with the Center for Research Libraries to identify, digitize, archive, and provide persistent and unrestricted access to federal technical reports issued prior to 1975.

  3. Timeline

  4. Collaborative Opportunities • Center for Research Libraries (CRL) • Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA) • Regional consortium • 32 members • Strategic direction for preservation

  5. Accomplishments • 17,575 page-views of the TRAIL Pilot site (7/1/07-6/30/08) • ~5000 items cataloged & in scanning queue (6/08-12/08) • 22 participating institutions (to date) • Completed an inventory of all defunct federal agencies and report series that were issued by those agencies • Establishing collection sets in OCLC

  6. Participating Institutions • University of Arizona • University of Washington • University of Hawaii-Manoa • University of Arkansas • University of Colorado-Boulder • University of Utah • University of Michigan • University of New Mexico • Rice University • Princeton University • Notre Dame • Baylor University • Colorado State University • Cornell University • Kansas State University • Linda Hall Library • Oklahoma State University • Stanford University • Center for Research Libraries • CalTech • University of California-Davis • Seattle Public Library

  7. Contributors Currently Providing Financial Support: • Arizona State University • Brigham Young University • Colorado State University • Iowa State University • Oregon State University • Southern Illinois University • Texas A&M University • Texas Tech University • University of Hong Kong • University of Houston • University of Kansas • University of Missouri - Columbia • University of Nebraska – Lincoln • University of Oklahoma • University of Oregon • University of Southern California • University of Texas at Austin • Utah State University • Washington State University • Washington University, St. Louis

  8. Libraries are changing • Gift-cultures are one way to maximize our resources and expertise/specializations for the good of the community. • This model can be achieved regardless of the number of participants, geographic location, collection scope, or member assets

  9. PossibleRoles

  10. Process

  11. How do gift cultures form?

  12. Lessons • Collaborations are economical, but they do have costs • Match your institutions assets and capabilities to the identified needs • Every institution has a different reason for participation; help each to be successful • Create a shared vision & passion for the goal • Need good project management

  13. Lessons (cont.) • Pragmatism rules • Maximize use of the social network; develop trust • Establish formal agreements to back-up your activities • Seize opportunities; be flexible • Can’t wait for everything to be perfect & in place

  14. Questions? TRAIL Project Info - http://tinyurl.com/TRAILinfo Pilot Site - http://digicoll.manoa.hawaii.edu/techreports/ Maliaca Oxnam University of Arizona Libraries oxnamm@u.library.arizona.edu 520-621-4612