Presentation Type

Presentation

Description

Academic libraries that offer digital asset management systems (DAMS) and services such as an institutional repository, data curation services, and digitization of historic documents face the need to assess and refine services. This need can be most apparent when considering changes to DAMS infrastructure. The proposed panel presents the experiences of OSU Libraries and Press as we move to a new DAMS system for ScholarsArchive@OSU. Before considering DAMS platforms, we conducted an in-depth requirements analysis with our stakeholders, both within our organization as well as with stakeholders outside of the organization. The panelists will include OSU faculty and administrators selected for requirements interviews who present unique use cases for the DAMS, including those for whom the current iteration of the DAMS does not provide adequate service. Audience members will learn about using requirements analysis to design new digital infrastructures and will learn about popular digital library technologies (e.g. Hydra, DSpace).

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Other

Start Date

13-2-2015 11:05 AM

End Date

13-2-2015 11:50 AM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20148

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Feb 13th, 11:05 AM Feb 13th, 11:50 AM

Digital Asset Management System Assessment: Use Cases for Digital Infrastructure Re-design

Academic libraries that offer digital asset management systems (DAMS) and services such as an institutional repository, data curation services, and digitization of historic documents face the need to assess and refine services. This need can be most apparent when considering changes to DAMS infrastructure. The proposed panel presents the experiences of OSU Libraries and Press as we move to a new DAMS system for ScholarsArchive@OSU. Before considering DAMS platforms, we conducted an in-depth requirements analysis with our stakeholders, both within our organization as well as with stakeholders outside of the organization. The panelists will include OSU faculty and administrators selected for requirements interviews who present unique use cases for the DAMS, including those for whom the current iteration of the DAMS does not provide adequate service. Audience members will learn about using requirements analysis to design new digital infrastructures and will learn about popular digital library technologies (e.g. Hydra, DSpace).