Authenticity as a Social Contract—We are Our Records

Conference 2013 Proceedings, doi: 10.9776/13393

3 Pages Posted: 20 Dec 2019

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Corinne M. Rogers

UBC School of Library, Archival & Information Studies

Joseph Tennis

University of Washington - Information School

Date Written: 2013

Abstract

This poster presents the authors’ work to date on developing an application profile for authenticity metadata (the IPAM, or InterPARES Authenticity Metadata), including

(1) the functional requirements,

(2) metadata elements derived from the Chain of Preservation model from the InterPARES research project,

(3) a crosswalk of a sample of IPAM elements to Dublin Core, PREMIS, and MoReq2010,

(4) those elements deemed essential to presume the authenticity of a record as it moves from creation to permanent preservation, and

(5) next steps, integrating the application profile into the Archivematica preservation system the core elements of the application profile relating to maintaining the presumption of authenticity through preservation and access.

Keywords: metadata, authenticity, social contract, application profile

Suggested Citation

Rogers, Corinne M. and Tennis, Joseph, Authenticity as a Social Contract—We are Our Records (2013). Conference 2013 Proceedings, doi: 10.9776/13393. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2880941

Corinne M. Rogers

UBC School of Library, Archival & Information Studies ( email )

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Joseph Tennis (Contact Author)

University of Washington - Information School ( email )

Seattle, WA 98195
United States

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