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Building the Missouri Hub for DPLA

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Lecture given in Mizzou's "Digital Libraries" course to describe the formation of the Missouri Service Hub for the Digital Public Library of America.

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Building the Missouri Hub for DPLA

  1. 1. BUILDING THE MISSOURI HUB FOR DPLA Chris Freeland Associate University Librarian Washington University Libraries @chrisfreeland
  2. 2.  ABOUT ME  Associate University Librarian, WUSTL  Former Director, Center for Biodiversity Informatics, Missouri Botanical Garden  Founding Technical Director, Biodiversity Heritage Library  AGENDA  ABOUT DPLA  FORMATION OF THE MISSOURI HUB  TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS  LOOKING AHEAD TODAY @chrisfreeland
  3. 3. ABOUT DPLA
  4. 4. WHAT IS DPLA? A PORTAL FOR DISCOVERY http://dp.la A PLATFORM TO BUILD UPON A STRONG PUBLIC OPTION
  5. 5. WHAT IS DPLA? A PORTAL FOR DISCOVERY A PLATFORM TO BUILD UPON A STRONG PUBLIC OPTION
  6. 6. WHAT IS DPLA? A PORTAL FOR DISCOVERY A PLATFORM TO BUILD UPON A STRONG PUBLIC OPTION
  7. 7. “Bring together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, and museums to make them freely available to the world” DPLA’S MISSION
  8. 8. DPLA IS A METADATA REPOSITORY SERVICE HUBS CONTENT HUBS DPLA PLATFORM INGESTION METADATA REPOSITORY API FRONT END APPS OAI-PMH
  9. 9. CONTENT HUBS – large providers
  10. 10. SERVICE HUBS – collaboratives
  11. 11. MY HISTORY WITH DPLA http://www.flickr.com/photos/iamthebestartist/5492707048/Jessamyn West, March 2011.
  12. 12. FORMATION OF MISSOURI HUB
  13. 13.  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 national repository  Early content in DPLA told a random story about Missouri  But what about Missouri Digital Heritage? Could it be the Service Hub?... WHY CREATE A SERVICE HUB FOR MISSOURI?
  14. 14. Kansas City Public Library Washington University Missouri History Museum Linda Hall Library St. Louis Public Library Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis UM – St. Louis Springfield – Greene Co. Public Library Saint Louis University State Historical Society of Missouri
  15. 15.  2013: Agenda-setting  Informal conversations  Why DPLA?  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  2015: Routinizing  New partners & content  Formulation of bylaws & governance  New Missouri Hub members appoint an administrative & technical contact MISSOURI HUB TIMELINE
  16. 16. IMPACT OF MISSOURI HUB ON DPLA CONTENT 2013 2016
  17. 17. TECH CONSIDERATIONS
  18. 18.  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 TECHNICAL ENGINEERING
  19. 19. LOOKING AHEAD
  20. 20.  Establishing organizational norms  Governance structure is new  Annual elections for Steering Committee in fall  New members  More is more!  Doing more with our content  What could we do with Missouri Hub metadata?  What more could our organizations be doing together?  More outreach  Via social media & in-person presentations NEXT STEPS
  21. 21. BUILDING THE MISSOURI HUB FOR DPLA Chris Freeland Associate University Librarian Washington University Libraries @chrisfreeland

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