Selected Resources


American Anthropological Association documents:

AnthroSource grant proposal
RFP requirements for Atypon
Atypon-Literatum features for AnthroSource

The AAA documents gave focus for recommendations with regard to OAIS data structures.

Open Archival Information System documents:

The following documents are necessary for the understanding of the OAIS model.

Open Archival Information System reference model (Blue Book version) Retrieved March 3, 2004, from

Moore, R. W., Baru, C., Rajasekar, A., Ludaescher, B., Marciano, R., Wan, M., Schroeder, W., & Gupta, A. (2000a, online). Collection-Based Persistent Digital Archives--Part 1. D-Lib Magazine, 6(3). Retrieved February 12, 2004 from

Harvard University Library Mellon Project Steering Committee/Harvard University Library Mellon Project Technical Team. (2002). Report on the Planning Year Grant For the Design of an E-journal Archive. Retrieved March 3, 2004 from

Harvard E-Journal Archive. (2001). Submission Information Package (SIP) Specification
Version 1.0 DRAFT. Retrieved March 3, 2004 from

Russell, Kelly. (2000, online). Digital Preservation and the Cedars Project Experience. Retrieved March 3, 2004 from

CEDARS. (2001). The Cedars Project ReportCedars Project. Retrieved March 3, 2004 from

LeFurgy, William. (2002). Levels of Service for Digital Repositories. D-LIb Magazine, 8(5). Retrieved February 11, 2004 from

DSpace Documentation

Tansley, Robert, Mick Bass, Margret Branschofsky, Greg McClellan, David Stuve. (2003, online). DSpace System Documentation: Functional Overview. Retrieved February 25, 2004 from

MacKenzie Smith et al.(2003). DSpace: An Open Source Dynamic Digital Repository. D-Lib Magazine, 9(1). Retrieved Februrary 25, 2004 from

Open Society Institute. (2004). A guide to institutional repository software. Retrieved February 25, 2004 from


Cooper, Brian F., Garcia-Molina, Hector. (2003). Peer-to-peer data preservation through storage auctions. Retrieved March 31, 2004 from