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DPLA does not host digital assets, nor does the Hub
Purpose of the Hub is to normalize/regularize metadata so it can be passed to DPLA in a unified stream
DPLA only stores Metadata + Thumbnail + Link back to digital asset in contributing repository
DPLA does value-added post-processing on the metadata to enable search facets for DATE & PLACE Richer discovery experience
Discussion about “Public” at this meeting
Missouri Digital Heritage is the state-wide platform, running in ContentDM Jointly managed by Missouri State Library and Missouri State Archives Intake engine for getting new content online, especially from smaller, tech-challenged organizations Well-established Available via OAI-PMH
The Missouri Hub is an aggregator Onramp to DPLA Pulls content from MDH as well as other repositories within MO that are not in MDH Aggregator is a silent utility without a user interface
Who can be the Service Hub in Missouri? Participation from Carl Wingo, learned Missouri Digital Heritage (contentDM) in migration Timing STL 250th Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis 100th Demand What questions can’t be asked of DPLA about Missouri right now? Reuse Lessons learned from other Hubs What else could our group of interested libraries do together? Scope of content What is a Missouri digital object?
Building the Missouri Hub for DPLA
Associate University Librarian, WUSTL
Former Director, Center for Biodiversity Informatics,
Missouri Botanical Garden
Founding Technical Director, Biodiversity Heritage Library
FORMATION OF THE MISSOURI HUB
We want our content to reach as wide an audience as possible
We want Missouri’s cultural heritage organizations to be part of
a national dialogue on 21st century scholarship
Participate in & lead discussions
We want to see Missouri accurately represented in a large
Early content in DPLA told a random story about Missouri
But what about Missouri Digital Heritage? Could it be the Service
WHY CREATE A SERVICE HUB
UM – St.
Who could be the organizer of a Service Hub?
2014: Defining & redefining structure
Missouri History Museum coordination
MOUs between partners
October 1, 2014: first ingest
New partners & content
Formulation of bylaws & governance
New Missouri Hub members appoint an administrative & technical contact
MISSOURI HUB TIMELINE
IMPACT OF MISSOURI HUB
ON DPLA CONTENT
Led by David Henry at Missouri History Museum
Similar technology profile as used by other Service Hubs
REPOX & OAI-PMH
Guidance from community of developers and DPLA staff
Shared technology experience
David works with the tech contact at the Missouri Hub partner
institution to ingest & troubleshoot
Establishing organizational norms
Governance structure is new
Annual elections for Steering Committee in fall
More is more!
Doing more with our content
What could we do with Missouri Hub metadata?
What more could our organizations be doing together?
Via social media & in-person presentations