About the Digital Media Repository
The Digital Media Repository, a project of the Ball State University Libraries, provides a centralized, coordinated, and user-focused resource to serve the teaching, learning, and research needs of students, faculty, and researchers at Ball State and beyond. It serves as a platform to bring together the digital collections and activities of the University Libraries in a single, cohesive, and accessible Web-based environment that also provides access to external digital resources to support the educational process.
The Ball State University Libraries Digital Media Repository Working Group has made available the following documentation regarding its Digital Initiatives program:
Cardinal Core: Metadata Template and Instructions for Application to Ball State University Libraries Digital Media Repository Collections
File Retention and Organization Plan, outlining an electronic file retention and organization plan for Digital Initiatives electronic collection assets.
File Storage Workflow for Electronic Collection Assets, outlining workflows for the management of electronic collection assets held by the Ball State University Libraries Digital Initiative, tracking the life cycle of an electronic record from creation/accession to storage.
Ball State University Libraries Digital Video Format Guidelines, outlining recommended formats for digital video transferred to Ball State University Libraries for long-term preservation and access.
Funding for CONTENTdm, the digital content management system used for the Digital Media Repository, was made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Alexander M. Bracken Library.
The Ball State University Digital Media Repository is a collaborative project of the University Libraries. For more information contact John B. Straw, Project Coordinator, at 765-285-5078 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For contact information of other project members and image ordering procedures visit the Contact Us page.