|Trusted digital repository workshop||
The EHRI workshop ‘Trusted Digital Repository’ provided an overview of available techniques to evaluate the maturity in digital preservation of a CHI and the process of obtaining a globally recognised Trusted Digital Repository (TDR) status. Prior to the workshop attendees could fill in a survey on digital preservation that was used as valuable input. During the workshop the attendees were first introduced to the topics and achieved a better understanding of these due to the break-out structure of the workshop. The workshop took place on 26 June 2018 in Vilnius, Lithuania and is described in deliverable D13.4
|Long-term Access infrastructure for preserving Holocaust research objects||
This deliverable contains a description of components of a longterm access infrastructure for preserving Holocaust research objects. Key features of a long-term access infrastructure are given as well as components of a roadmap towards a long-term access infrastructure.
|Data management planning for long-term preservation||
Data management planning (DMP) concerns the development, execution and supervision of plans, policies, programs and practices that control, protect, deliver and enhance the value of data and information assets. The certification of digital repositories (the subject of D13.4) is an important instrument to improve the quality of the data management infrastructure. Both DMP and certification of repositories are closely related and covered in this report. This deliverable contains the strategy and planning to create and disseminate expertise on DMP for the EHRI community. Input from the research data community on DMP is discussed with and assessed by policy makers from IT-savvy EHRI partners. This input consists of the FAIR data principles, the certification of repositories by means of a certification framework, the data management services provided by the EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure, and the current relevant practices of the invited partners as well as the Dutch National Archives. All these will be used as building blocks for the final roadmap for a long-term access infrastructure of Holocaust digital objects (D13.2).
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