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Using Archival Information Packages for production of sustainable archival collections of digitised records / Stančić, Hrvoje ; Rajh, Arian ; Buršić, Edvin.

By: Stančić, Hrvoje.
Contributor(s): Rajh, Arian [aut] | Buršić, Edvin [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Using Archival Information Packages for production of sustainable archival collections of digitised records [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.04 | OAIS; digitisation; medicinal products’ dossiers; PDF/A; XML; long-term preservation | OAIS; digitisation; medicinal products’ dossiers; PDF/A; XML; long-term preservation In: APEx - Building infrastructures for archives in a digital world (2013 ; Dublin)Summary: The authors investigate the ways of creation of Archival Information Packages (AIPs) based on ISO 14721:2012 (Open Archival Information System Reference Model) and the benefits of AIPs for sustainable preservation of digitised materials. They use the example of large scale digitisation (more than 8 million images per year) of analogue medicinal product documentation, consisting of applications submitted by medicinal products’ marketing authorisation holders (dossiers) and other documentation created by national competent authority in regulatory processes, which are being structured as AIP for importing in an enterprise content management system (ECMS). Digital packages consist of ISO 19005 compatible content files (searchable PDF/A) and XML index files consisting of 45 metadata elements. Index files are being created by using structured metadata schemes extracted from various databases (archival database and main business registry) and semi automatically edited. Based on the research analysis the authors offer a general scenario for preparing digitised materials for long-term preservation.
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The authors investigate the ways of creation of Archival Information Packages (AIPs) based on ISO 14721:2012 (Open Archival Information System Reference Model) and the benefits of AIPs for sustainable preservation of digitised materials. They use the example of large scale digitisation (more than 8 million images per year) of analogue medicinal product documentation, consisting of applications submitted by medicinal products’ marketing authorisation holders (dossiers) and other documentation created by national competent authority in regulatory processes, which are being structured as AIP for importing in an enterprise content management system (ECMS). Digital packages consist of ISO 19005 compatible content files (searchable PDF/A) and XML index files consisting of 45 metadata elements. Index files are being created by using structured metadata schemes extracted from various databases (archival database and main business registry) and semi automatically edited. Based on the research analysis the authors offer a general scenario for preparing digitised materials for long-term preservation.

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