This workshop, held by OCLC Research and the Open Planets Foundation (OPF) at the PREMIS Implementation Fair (iPRES2012) on 2 October 2012,
- explored the use of real life preservation metadata for risk assessment,
- introduced and discussed the concept behind the Preservation Health Check Pilot, and
- proposed an approach for mapping preservation metadata schemas with preservation risk assessment frameworks.
A Preservation Health Check iPRES Workshop report (.pdf: 415K/1 pp.) is available now that summarizes the event. In addition, individual presentations from the event are available under "Related links" on the right side of this page as well as on the Preservation Health Check Workshop event page and in SlideShare.
For more information:
Preservation Health Check iPRES Workshop Report (.pdf: 415K/1 pp.)
Introduction to the Pilot Slides by Titia van der Werf (.pdf: 281K/16 pp.)
Standards, Risk Analysis, Common Sense and Evidence Slides by Bram van der Werf (.pdf: 496K/10 pp.)
BnF and OCLC/OPF Pilot: Why BnF is Interested Slides by Sébastien Peyrard (.pdf: 843K/10 pp.)
The SPOT Model for Risk Assessment Slides by Priscilla Caplan (.pdf: 191K/9 pp.)
Preservation Metadata as an Evidence Base for Risk Assessment Slides by Brian Lavoie (.pdf: 670K/15 pp.)
Preservation Health Check Plenary Discussion Slides by Titia van der Werf (.pdf: 195K/3 pp.)