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					  Initial Report
08 October 2002
   09.30AM – 09.45AM
                     OUTLINE
• Strategic Framework update
  – critical processes
     • quality standards
        – projects

• learnings and other announcements




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 STRATEGIC
FRAMEWORK
  UPDATE




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     CRITICAL PROCESS 1
• Access to Information: Creating Digital
Resources, Tools, and Services
• Relates to Library-wide processes:
  – P3:   organizing
  – P4:   displaying
  – P5:   delivering content
  – P6:   marketing



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      QUALITY STANDARD 1
97% of DLIG projects will meet their goals
  for usage.
     : no progress to report.




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              PROJECT 1.1
establish amount of use each DLIG product
   should receive after completion. gather
   baseline data on current use, measuring
   use in a variety of ways.
     : progress: Bob Grunloh has been
     investigating software packages that will
     generate meaningful web statistics.



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      QUALITY STANDARD 2
digitize and make available on the Web two
    of the top ten collections identified for
    digitization.
     : joint project with Special Collections about
     which Special Collections will be reporting.




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              PROJECT 2.1
develop the list of top ten collections for
   digitization (joint project with Special
   Collections).
     : progress. Special Collections is reporting
     on this.




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                PROJECT 2.2
develop standards and guidelines for use in
   this and other digitization projects (joint
   project with Special Collections).
     : progress.
     •   a charge has been completed.
     •   appointments are almost finalized.
     •   given time commitments amongst the potential
         team members, the project will not be underway
         until Spring semester.


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      QUALITY STANDARD 3
90% of users who respond to a survey
  express satisfaction with the DLIG
  product they used.
     : no progress to report.




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              PROJECT 3.1
develop and implement online surveys.
   work with IS librarians to develop
   questions for use in their in-class surveys
   when feasible.
     : no progress to report.




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      QUALITY STANDARD 4
develop 28 new scholarly resources
   available remotely to customers.
   : progress. 11 new resources created
   since the end of last fiscal year.




                                          5
                               PROJECT 4.1
•        work with Library & other partners to create new resources
         [library-wide 1.3: library will develop 140 new scholarly resources
         in 2002-03].
•        projects on which DLIG is now working [leads on projects within
         DLIG & Spec Coll in parentheses]:
    Native American Water Rights in Arizona (CL)    POLIS development (JF)
                                Tree of Life (JF)   E-Reserves systems development (JF)

                Arizona-Sonora Documents (ER)       Standards & Guidelines (documents will serve as
                                                    new resources) TBD
                                Kino Diary (SS)     Electronic Theses & Dissertations (RG)

                            Bowman Diary (SS)       Arizona Electronic Atlas (CL)

                              Oury Papers (SS)      DRSW (JF)

                              Clum Papers (SS)      Journal of Range Management (JF)

                  Journal of Insect Science (ER)
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              PROJECT 4.2
“Landscaping” Project: review and improve
   existing digital collections (joint projects with
   Special Collections).
   •   DLIG had a joint team meeting (with Special
       Collections) to begin working on scoping out the
       project.
   •   Gene from LIST has agreed to work with us on
       this project.
   •   Karen Williams will draft a charge.



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            PROJECT 2.2
(Standards & Guidelines Project) also functions
   to shape Quality Standard 4, so has been
   placed here in the slide show as a “see
   also”.




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     CRITICAL PROCESS 2
• Educating and Advocating for Fairness in
Scholarly Communication, Intellectual
Property Rights, and Copyright.
• Relates to Library-wide processes:
  – P7: advocating for change in the scholarly
  communication process.
  – P8: providing information and referral
  (reference).


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       QUALITY STANDARD 5
95% of UA faculty will receive information
  about intellectual property rights and
  copyright.
     : no progress to report.




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       QUALITY STANDARD 6
•   Interactions per year with individuals in the
    campus community that include Scholarly
    Communication education / advocacy
    components.
•   Library-wide: 250 interactions for the Library;
    assigned to all IS teams & DLIG.
•   DLIG interactions: 30, with Karen receiving 49
    Digital Millennium Copyright Act challenges
    since 01 July.




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         PROJECT (none)
No project; tracked by individuals within DLIG
   who provide this service.

DLIG also supports the achievement of the
   quality standards of the Scholarly
   Communications Team by participating in
   the project team’s activities. We serve as
   the MRT to the Scholarly Communications
   Team.

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       CRITICAL PROCESS 3
• managing DLIG’s Information Infrastructure
• relates to Library-wide process 12: Managing
Information Technology




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       QUALITY STANDARD 7
•   DLIG servers are up 99.99% of the
    scheduled up time (exclusive of campus
    network outages).




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       QUALITY STANDARD 8
•   All DLIG products are 100% backed up
    and restorable.




                                           5
       QUALITY STANDARD 9
•   100% of DLIG-maintained electronic
    material is backed-up, preserved,
    migrated, and stored.
•   relates to Library-wide QS 1.9: DLIG
    shares ownership of the back-up,
    preservation, migration and storage of
    electronic material with LIST and Special
    Collections.


                                                5
            PROJECT 9.1
Investigation and research of best-practices for
   digital preservation; results of this will be
   folded into “Standards & Guidelines”
   document (see QS 2).




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   LEARNINGS
      and
OTHER PROGRESS




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LEARNINGS & OTHER PROGRESS (1)
•   Migration from digital is “done”, with a
    new server configuration all around
    within DLIG dividing, according to better
    practice, developing and public content.
•   DLIG is coordinating the video
    conference on the Patriot Act with
    contributed funding from the Law Library
    and the rest coming from Main. The
    teleconference will occur on 11
    December.
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LEARNINGS & OTHER PROGRESS (2)
•   Journal of Range Management: DLIG
    has been working with the AGNIC Team
    to create a web-searchable index for
    articles from the Journal. Currently, we
    have imported 4000 article records, and
    through some programming, added
    URLs to each record so that users can
    have direct access to the full text.

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LEARNINGS & OTHER PROGRESS (3)
•   The Little Cowpuncher has been
    marketed to the K-12 audience
    throughout Arizona and beyond, with a
    campaign totaling 543 mailings sent.




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LEARNINGS & OTHER PROGRESS (4)
Cross-functional team participation:
• Arizona Electronic Atlas: Cathy & Bob
• TOT: Jeremy & Eulalia
• SPIN: Cathy
• Scholarly Communications: Eulalia
• STAT: Eulalia
• EDAT (sponsor): Karen Williams

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LEARNINGS & OTHER PROGRESS (5)
•   Glen Campbell coming from Scotland to
    investigate our Scholarly
    Communications activities here at the U
    of A, particularly how the library works
    with faculty to create the likes of JIS. He
    will be arriving on 05 November.
•   the Vice-Daly search is underway.


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LEARNINGS & OTHER PROGRESS (6)
The most progress of all: Joann has jointed
   DLIG (as well as LIST and Special
   Collections) as our new secretary.




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