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Archiving The Social Media Presence of
‘The River-side’
HEAnet | 12 November 2015
Elaine Harrington | Special Collections ...
The Riverside
 
 
 
http://blogs.ucc.ie/wordpress/theriverside/
@theriversideUCC
Content on Social Media
 
 
 
Which invaluable, indispensable and priceless tool helps you carry out
the work your profess...
Historical Events
http://digital.wustl.edu/ferguson/
http://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SYSqGQzBvV
#CharlestonShooting...
Why Is Preservation Important?
 
 
 
As with #CharlestonShootings and Documenting
Ferguson internet memory loss creates a ...
Preserving Paper?
 
 
 
Aquinas, Thomas. Incipiu[n]t preclarissima opuscula diui Thome
aquinatis sacri ordinis p[re]dicato...
I Need An Ark!
 
 
 
Numbers of social media platforms are growing
exponentially.
Again paper is a known quantity: linear ...
Not One Type
What Is Digital Preservation?
 
 
 
Source: DPTP Slides
Other Institutions’ Activities
Web Archiving Including Blogs
•UK Web Archive (British Library)
•National Library of Irelan...
Name Used by Use
Internet Archive
Internet Memory UK Parliament
Archivematica
Web Curator Tool
Heretrix
Figshare Sarah Gal...
Trusted Digital Repository
 
 
 
No one trusted digital repository into which archival materials can
be ingested, stored, ...
Further Challenges
 
 
 
Material
•Remit: all or a selection. Conduct a social media preservation assessment needs’
survey...
Where We’re Going…
DPTP: Approach to digital preservation should be
modular and flexible to ensure it is sustainable.
Thou...
Bibliography
Aquinas, Thomas. Incipiu[n]t preclarissima opuscula diui Thome aquinatis sacri ordinis p[re]dicato[rum] in
qu...
Bibliography (2)
National Library of Ireland Web Archiving: http://www.nli.ie/en/web_archive.aspx
New Zealand National Lib...
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  1. 1. Archiving The Social Media Presence of ‘The River-side’ HEAnet | 12 November 2015 Elaine Harrington | Special Collections Librarian University College Cork
  2. 2. The Riverside       http://blogs.ucc.ie/wordpress/theriverside/ @theriversideUCC
  3. 3. Content on Social Media       Which invaluable, indispensable and priceless tool helps you carry out the work your profession demands? "What I can't I live without: ‘Access to the archives.’ My greatest fear: what will email (even worse, social media) do to the future of archives?" Professor Michael Cullinane, University of Wisconsin "Honestly, Facebook and other social media have become pretty indispensable for me as a professional historian. I'm able to engage in ongoing discussions and debates, set up panels for conferences, and ask for advice from colleagues all over the world, in real time, with incredible ease." Professor C. Joseph Genetin-Pilawa, George Mason University http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/160465
  4. 4. Historical Events http://digital.wustl.edu/ferguson/ http://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SYSqGQzBvV #CharlestonShooting Tweets
  5. 5. Why Is Preservation Important?       As with #CharlestonShootings and Documenting Ferguson internet memory loss creates a cultural vacuum. Information contained within may be used for activities not yet considered: •19th century ship logs used for research on climate change.
  6. 6. Preserving Paper?       Aquinas, Thomas. Incipiu[n]t preclarissima opuscula diui Thome aquinatis sacri ordinis p[re]dicato[rum] in quibus o[mn]is ph[ilosophi]e [&] diuina[rum] scriptura[rum] theoremata est co[m]plexus. [Venice: Hermann Lichtenstein, 1497].
  7. 7. I Need An Ark!       Numbers of social media platforms are growing exponentially. Again paper is a known quantity: linear feet or m2 . What space is needed for digital content? “Noah’s Ark.” Maurizio Abbate.
  8. 8. Not One Type
  9. 9. What Is Digital Preservation?       Source: DPTP Slides
  10. 10. Other Institutions’ Activities Web Archiving Including Blogs •UK Web Archive (British Library) •National Library of Ireland Twitter •Library of Congress & Twitter (2010): create an archive of all public tweets. •National Archives and Records Administration White Paper on Best Practices for the Capture of Social Media Records (2013) •New Zealand National Library: Awareness and Use of the New Zealand Web Archive (2015) •DRI & Digital Humanities and Journalism Group: Investigating social media archiving (2015)
  11. 11. Name Used by Use Internet Archive Internet Memory UK Parliament Archivematica Web Curator Tool Heretrix Figshare Sarah Gallagher Data harvest @mhawksey Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet TAGS v5. Sarah Gallagher Data harvest Tools for Capture List of tools: http://www.digipres.org/tools/ubergrid/
  12. 12. Trusted Digital Repository       No one trusted digital repository into which archival materials can be ingested, stored, and accessed. Terms of service for nearly every free platform or low cost webhost make absolutely no promises regarding digital preservation or even the return of content to users in even of business failure or decisions to eliminate the service. Institutions creating own software packages to support archival processes. E.g. Stanford ePADD supports archival processes around the appraisal, ingest, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.
  13. 13. Further Challenges       Material •Remit: all or a selection. Conduct a social media preservation assessment needs’ survey. •Copyright for archival purposes •Ownership of content •Frequency of collection Ethics: •Policies on privacy for social media. Process: •Staffing •Skills: Technical expertise. Storage space: •Project requirements. Access: •How will be the archived content be used? •Who can access it? •Where can it be accessed? •How locate records?
  14. 14. Where We’re Going… DPTP: Approach to digital preservation should be modular and flexible to ensure it is sustainable. Thoughts for the future: •Avoid duplication of effort •Legislation •Ever-changing landscape Darwin, Charles. “Tree of Life.”
  15. 15. Bibliography Aquinas, Thomas. Incipiu[n]t preclarissima opuscula diui Thome aquinatis sacri ordinis p[re]dicato[rum] in quibus o[mn]is ph[ilosophi]e [&] diuina[rum] scriptura[rum] theoremata est co[m]plexus. [Venice: Hermann Lichtenstein, 1497]. #CharlestonShooting Tweets. Accessed 1st November 2015. http://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SYSqGQzBvVAJEMUmoCryvE2dpkrtzKkLEbi7O9gSRmg/edit?pli=1#gid=1251114053 Darwin, Charles. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or, the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.  London: John Murray, 1859. Death of Fionavar tweet. Accessed 3rd November 2015. http://twitter.com/theriversideUCC/status/661485110810820609 Documenting Ferguson. Accessed 10th August 2015. http://digital.wustl.edu/ferguson/ First National Survey on Irish Journalists’ Use of Social Media Launched http://dri.ie/first-irish-survey-journalists-use-social-media-launched Gallagher, Sarah. “Archiving Tweets.” Accessed 12 October 2015. http://sarahlibrarina.tumblr.com/post/98285757460/archiving-tweets-thanks-mhawksey Sarah Gallagher is Subject Librarian University of Otago, New Zealand. @SarahLibrarina
  16. 16. Bibliography (2) National Library of Ireland Web Archiving: http://www.nli.ie/en/web_archive.aspx New Zealand National Library: Awareness and Use of the New Zealand Web Archive (2015) https://natlib.govt.nz/librarians/reports-and-research/use-of-the-nz-web-archive   “Noah’s Ark.” Photographed: Maurizio Abbate. https://www.flickr.com/photos/occhiovivo/350441273/ ePADD (Stanford University) Accessed 30th July 2015. https://library.stanford.edu/projects/epadd “Things Historians Can’t Live Without.” 20th September 2015. History News Network. Accessed: 21st September 2015. http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/160465 UK Web Archive: http://www.webarchive.org.uk/ukwa/

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