Author Archives: Adam Rusbridge

Preview our new service features

We are pleased to make available a preview of the next major service release of the Keepers Registry at http://preview.thekeepers.org The current release (http://thekeepers.org) will continue as the primary service during May but we would encourage you to try out the preview version.  The … Continue reading

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Announcing New Member Services From The Keepers Registry

We have been working on a new release of the Keepers Registry. This includes a range of new Member Services such as a Title List Comparison facility and Linking Options for third party websites.  This new release also supports Persistent … Continue reading

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Two new Keepers report e-journal archiving

The Keepers Registry is pleased to announce two new Keepers of e-journal content joining the global Registry of archiving organisations – those who have stepped forward to act as digital shelving for the world’s researchers and students. These are the … Continue reading

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Tales from the Keepers Registry: Serial Issues About Archiving & the Web

Peter Burnhill has written an article describing our activities within the Keepers Registry, and the issues that the service is identifying and addressing.  Here’s the abstract: A key task for libraries is to ensure access for their patrons to the … Continue reading

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Keepers Registry at the “Digital Future & You” series

The Keepers Registry was presented to colleagues at the Library of Congress.  The following text is from the ISSN International Centre’s helpful summary: The US National ISSN Centre organised a talk by Peter Burnhill (entitled “Tales from The Keepers Registry”) … Continue reading

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A Trial Holdings Comparison

Introduction This case study explores the benefits of the Keepers Registry, comparing an institution’s e-journal holdings catalogue against the archiving agency metadata held by the Keepers Registry. The Keepers Registry Beta service provides easily accessible information about the archiving arrangements … Continue reading

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One year on for the Keepers Registry beta service

As we reach the first birthday of the Keepers Registry, it’s worth reviewing how the service has developed to date and how it will develop in future. Developments over the past year EDINA and the ISSN International Centre launched the … Continue reading

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Draft Inclusion Criteria released for review

A public draft of inclusion criteria for archiving agencies that wish to participate in the Keepers Registry is now available for public review.  We would welcome feedback and community input by the 31st July 2012 either to edina@ed.ac.uk or in the … Continue reading

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ONIX for Preservation Holdings

As part of our efforts to simplify the data ingest process, EDINA has participated in a working group to extend the ONIX for Serials format to handle specific e-journal preservation information requirements.  This cross-sector working group also included representatives from … Continue reading

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Latest Statistics of E-Serials Preserved

As of April 16th, the seven registered Keepers across the globe are reporting having  ingested and ‘Preserved’ one or more volumes (issues) for nearly 17,000 (16,888) unique Serial Titles (see definition below). In all there is some kind of archival … Continue reading

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