9th Apr 2008
The Digital Repository Audit Method Based on Risk Assessment (DRAMBORA), jointly developed by the Digital Curation Centre (DCC) and
DigitalPreservationEurope (DPE) is freely available in a new updated interactive version.
Developed at HATII at the University of Glasgow, DRAMBORA Interactive injects usability into the process that feedback suggested was lacking from the initial paper-based release. Self-auditors can submit their responses through a number of intuitive web forms, their previous responses just a click away to facilitate the structured development of a comprehensive and seamless risk awareness. Peer comparison features will enable auditors to learn from the experiences of comparable, functionally or structurally similar organisations who have already undertaken the process. Sophisticated reporting mechanisms illustrate the outcomes of the process, facilitating improvement and enabling organisations to see how they have fared in their efforts to manage risk over time.
We'd be delighted if you took the opportunity to register for the tool in order to try it out for yourself. If you have any questions, suggestions or other feedback, please contact us using the DRAMBORA email form.
Added by Andrew McHugh
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Please register to download the offline copy of the DRAMBORA Toolkit
Submit feedback via our feedback form or email us.
Get help in the DRAMBORA evaluation process by volunteering to host a DRAMBORA facilitated assessment.
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Date Published: 1 February 2008 | Last Modified: 6 August 2015© Digital Curation Centre and DigitalPreservationEurope, except where otherwise noted | Notices