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Analiza stanja in perspektiva digitalne hrambe v Arhivu družboslovnih podatkov (ADP)
Štebe, Janez (Author), Vipavc Brvar, Irena (Author)

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Abstract
Social science data archives have begunto evolve in 1960's, thus being one of the pioneers of digital preservation. The Slovenian Data Archive (ADP) follows and adjusts best practices that have emerged in this specific field. Its tasks comprise acquisition, processing and long term preservation of valuable primary research data, as well as providing accessibility to the content for users. As in other areas of digital preservation much attention is paid to meeting the requirements of long term preservation as specified in the OAIS (Opean Archival Information System) standard, and the use of technological solutions, proposed metadata standards, strategies and policies, and best practices. The purpose of this paper is to present procedures in ADP, to compare them with selected solutions of organizations with the similar mission, and to suggest improvements. Examples are taken from partner organizations within the CESSDA data archives association. These organizations (especially those from the USA, Great Britain and the Netherlands) have developed solutions in the field of digital preservation to the highest degree. The paper also reflects on agreed guidelines of reliable services for the archives of research data, which arose in the frame of the FP7 project with the same title (i.e. CESSDA PPP). The results of analysis are useful for all are seeking practical solutions to similar problems.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:trajna hramba
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2011
Publisher:Zveza bibliotekarskih društev Slovenije
Number of pages:str. 57-85
Numbering:Letn. 55, št. 1
UDC:303:004:005.921.1"746"(497.4)
ISSN on article:0023-2424
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Title:Knjižnica
Shortened title:Knjižnica
Publisher:Zveza bibliotekarskih društev Slovenije
ISSN:0023-2424
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Language:English
Abstract:
Arhivi družboslovnih podatkov delujejo v različnih državah že od šestdesetih let dalje in so eni od pionirjev digitalne hrambe. Slovenski podatkovni arhiv pri svojem delovanju upošteva, prilagaja in dopolnjuje dobre prakse na svojem posebnem področju: to je pridobivanje raziskovalno zanimivih "surovih podatkov", njihovo arhiviranje in trajno hranjenje ter zagotavljanje dostopa uporabnikom. Kljub dolgi tradiciji se, tako kot na drugih področjih digitalne hrambe, tudi v svetu podatkovnih arhivov v zadnjem času precej pozornosti posveča izpolnjevanju zahtev dolgotrajne hrambe po standardu OAIS in spremljajočim tehnološkim rešitvam, metapodatkovnim standardom, strategijam in politikam ter dobrim praksam. Namen prispevka je predstaviti postopke v ADP, jih primerjati z izbranimi zgledi dobrih rešitev v organizacijah s podobnim poslanstvom, ter na tej podlagi podati predloge izboljšav. Uporabljeni so zgledi iz partnerskih organizacij v okviru združenja podatkovnih arhivov CESSDA, ki so med najnaprednejšimi pri oblikovanju strategij in organizacijskih rešitev na področju digitalne hrambe, zlasti iz ZDA, Velike Britanije in Nizozemske. Sklicevali smo se tudi na zasnovo skupnih vodil zanesljivega delovanja za tip organizacij arhivov raziskovalnih podatkov, ki je nastala v okviru istoimenskega (tj. CESSDA PPP) projekta iz 7. okvirnega programa EU. Rezultati analiz so uporabni za vse tiste, ki iščejo praktične rešitve za podobne probleme.


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