Publication Date

10-2020

Document Type

Poster

Start Date

13-10-2020 12:00 AM

End Date

16-10-2020 12:00 AM

Description

Indiana University recently engaged in an initiative to digitize and preserve hundreds of thousands of recording from all over the University. A significant percentage of those are recordings of performances produced by the now Jacobs School of Music. These performances feature some big names in music and the initiative spurred from 20 years of efforts to digitize and preserve recordings in volatile formats for music collections at Indiana University. My poster focuses on our efforts to make those performance recordings more discoverable in both their physical and digital surrogate formats and get all the necessary metadata to all the right places for findability and use. It includes access through an example of the constant data templates we used, a list of text strings to help save time and the process workflow for one of the subprojects.

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Oct 13th, 12:00 AM Oct 16th, 12:00 AM

Exposing Institutional Content: Preserving Legacies and Breaking Rules

Indiana University recently engaged in an initiative to digitize and preserve hundreds of thousands of recording from all over the University. A significant percentage of those are recordings of performances produced by the now Jacobs School of Music. These performances feature some big names in music and the initiative spurred from 20 years of efforts to digitize and preserve recordings in volatile formats for music collections at Indiana University. My poster focuses on our efforts to make those performance recordings more discoverable in both their physical and digital surrogate formats and get all the necessary metadata to all the right places for findability and use. It includes access through an example of the constant data templates we used, a list of text strings to help save time and the process workflow for one of the subprojects.