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Campus Case Studies

CAMPUS CASE STUDIES are reports by university archivists on working solutions for born-digital records. Through this SAA portal, quick and broad dissemination of completed projects or work-in-progress is possible. Archivists are encouraged to report on projects that proved successful and/or problematic through a submission system intended for ease of use with a minimum of editorial delay. See How to Submit a Campus Case Study.

Table of Contents

CASE 1
Gaps and Inconsistencies: Issues in the Dissemination of the University Bulletin at the University of Michigan
NANCY DEROMEDI, University of Michigan

CASE 2
Defining and Formalizing a Procedure for Archiving the Digital Version of the Schedule of Classes at the University of Michigan
NANCY DEROMEDI, University of Michigan

CASE 3
Generating and Archiving Records in Digital Form of the Promotion and Tenure Process at the University of Michigan
NANCY DEROMEDI, University of Michigan

CASE 4
University Committee and Planning Records in the Digital Age

TIM PYATT, Duke University

CASE 5
Developing a Recordkeeping Framework for Social Scientists Conducting Data-Intensive Research
ERIN O’MEARA, University of Oregon

CASE 6
Managing Public Affairs Records in the Digital Age
TIM PYATT, Duke University

CASE 7
Standards and Standards Development: The Development of Digital Records Conversion Process (ANSI/ARMA 16-2007)
NANCY M. KUNDE, University of Wisconsin-Madison

CASE 8
Sport Schema Crosswalks: Appraising, Converting, and Preserving Proprietary Schema to Open Source Standards
JAMES W. ROGERS, University of Denver

CASE 9
Survey of the University of Pittsburgh and Association of American Universities’ Websites and Physical Holdings
THERESE BARRY, SIRI BERDAHL, MARY BOERGER KRISTIN JUSTHAM, ROBIN C. PIKE, MARIKA SOULSBY, and ANITA VANNUCCI

CASE 10
Managing UIC Medical Center Policies Using DSpace
JULIA HENDRY, University of Illinois at Chicago

CASE 11
Preserving the H-Net Academic Electronic Mail Lists
LISA M. SCHMIDT, Michigan State University

CASE 12
Podcasts in the Archives: Archiving Podcasting Content at the University of Michigan
ALEXIS A. ANTRACOLI, University of Michigan

CASE 13
On the Development of the University of Michigan Web Archives: Archival Principles and Strategies
MICHAEL SHALLCROSS, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan

CASE 14
Partnering with IT to Identify a Commercial Tool for Capturing Archival E-mail of University Executives at the University of Michigan

APRILLE COOKE MCKAY, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan

CASE 15
Will They Populate the Boxes? Piloting a Low-Tech Method for Capturing Executive E-mail and a Workflow for Preserving It at the University of Michigan

APRILLE COOKE MCKAY, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan