DST Survey Analysis - Orbis Cascade Alliance

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Submitted to Digital Services Team

by Annette Melgosa

July 21, 2011

Orbis
-
Cascade Alliance


Digital Services Day


July 13, 2011


Results of Future Directions Surveys

(25 surveys completed)

Question 1:
Total responses
that fell
within the “somewhat” or “very important” categories

Question 1: Rate the importance of each of
the following as a potential future topic for the DST:

Item
s
L
isted
in Descending
O
rder of

I
mportance

Total Who B
elieve
T
opic
is
Somewhat or Very
I
mportant


Breakdown of
T
otal by:

%

of Total
Responses

Number of
R
espondents

out of 25


Very
Important

Somewhat
Important

Preservation of digital
r
esources

80%

20

11

9

Digitization standards and best
practices

76%

19

10

9

Emerging standards for digital
media (video, audio, etc.)

76%

19

7

12

Digital initiatives collaboration
among campus units

68%

17

10

7

Discovery services

68%

17

9

8

Non
-
MARC metadata standards
and best practices

60%

15

6

9

Cloud computing

60%

15

2

13

Development of coding and
system administration skills

56%

14

7

7

Curricular uses of IR/DAM
systems

52%

13

6

7

Linked library
metadata and the
semantic web

52%

13

2

11

NSF data sharing / management
plans

40%

10

4

6

Digital humanities projects /
institutes

36%

9

2

7

Institutional electronic journal
publishing

32%

8

3

5


Submitted to Digital Services Team

by Annette Melgosa

July 21, 2011

Complete Analysis

Question 1: Rate the importance of each

of the following as a potential future topic for the DST:


Items


Somewhat/very
important

(Ranks 4 & 5)

Not sure

if important

(Rank # 3)

Very/somewhat
u
nimportant

(Ranks 1 & 2)

No r
esponse

Listed by importance

-
highest to lowest
-

# of Votes
(Percentage)

# of Votes
(Percentage)

# of Votes

(Percentage)

# of Votes
(Percentage)

Preservation of digital resources

20 (80%)

2 (8%)

3 (12%)

0 (0%)

Digitization standards and best
practices

19 (76%)

4 (16%)

2 (8%)

0 (0%)

Emerging standards for digital
media
(video, audio, etc)

19 (76%)

5 (20%)

1 (4%)

0 (0%)

Digital initiatives collaboration
among campus units

17 (68%)

5 (20%)

3 (12%)

0 (0%)

Discovery services

17 (68%)

6 (24%)

2 (8%)

0 (0%)

Non
-
MARC metadata standards
and best practices

15 (60%)

6 (24%)

3
(12%)

1 (4%)

Cloud computing

15 (60%)

6 (24%)

2 (8%)

2 (8%)

Development of coding and
system administration skills

14 (56%)

4 (16%)

5 (20%)

2 (8%)

Curricular uses of IR/DAM
systems

13 (52%)

8 (32%)

3 (12%)

1 (4%)

Linked library metadata and the
semantic web

13 (52%)

7 (28%)

4 (16%)

1 (4%)

NSF data sharing / management
plans

10 (40%)

9 (36%)

4 (16%)

2 (8%)

Digital humanities projects /
institutes

9 (36%)

11 (44%)

3 (12%)

2 (8%)

Institutional electronic journal
publishing

8 (32%)

6 (24%)

9 (36%)

2 (8%)


Submitted to Digital Services Team

by Annette Melgosa

July 21, 2011

Question 2: What other DST topics would you be interested in?

“What other DST topics would you be interested in?



ILL programs; Illiad vs Relais, Ariel alternatives



Maximizing EZProxy



WorldCat Local admin and Alliance policies



Policy statements

sa
mples including breakdown of elements that should be covered and
options to be included as appropriate



How backup/redundancy might be handled in the Alliance, especially in terms of emergency
preparedness



Advocacy for Alliance infrastructure (Digital Data
Center, the PB server that Karen mentioned)



Technology sandbox for new interest (?) gaps/activities



Archivist’s toolkit



Mobile technology



Comment 1: Hathitrust; Comment 2: Hathitrust

what is it, why?



Response 1: Best practices: IR, Preservation, etc.;
Response 2: best practices in general



Digital, audio/video

best practices, storage, funding (2 responses)



Building collaboration: digital/mobile projects

Additional Comments



Next to the item, “Digitization standards and best practices,” a respondent wrote,

“written
material better than oral.”



Next to the item, “Preservation of digital resources,” a respondent wrote, “done many”



Under item, “Digitization standards and best practices,” a respondent wrote, “and technical and
structural metadata management”



“DS
T’s priorities should be consistent with what the Alliance is asking its member to focus on.
The shared library management system may crowd out other priorities or limit the goals that
DST can focus on.”