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    • Research 2.0: Evolving Support for the Research Landscape 

      Leggott, Mark A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      With the advance of big science and cyberinfrastructure, academic institutions are faced with the issue of how to support not just well funded initiatives, but all research projects on campus. The University of PEI Library ...
    • Restoring Trust Relationships within Collaborative Digital Preservation Federations 

      McDonald, Robert H.; Walters, Tyler O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      The authors extend their process for creating and establishing trust relationships to include steps for restoring trust relationships after catastrophic events. Part of this model will include best practices for business ...
    • Reusing Open-Access Content Using Authoring Tools 

      Droogmans, Lieven (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      @mire, with the support of the Flemish government, has developed a prototype in order to investigate the possibilities and usability of using open access repositories in the entire life-cycle of academic research, authoring ...
    • RKBExplorer: Repositories, Linked Data and Research Support 

      Carr, Leslie A.; Glaser, Hugh; Millard, Ian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      RKBExplorer (http://rkbexplorer.com/) is a system for publishing Linked Data to Semantic Web standards, also providing a browser that allows users to explore this interlinked Web of Data, primarily in the domain of scientific ...
    • RODA - A Service-Oriented Repository to Preserve Authentic Digital Objects 

      Barbedo, Francisco; Castro, Rui; Corujo, Luís; Faria, Lui­s; Ferreira, Miguel; Henriques, Cecília; Ramalho, José Carlos (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      In mid 2006, the Portuguese National Archives (Directorate-General of the Portuguese Archives) launched a project called RODA (Repository of Authentic Digital Objects) aiming at identifying and bringing together all the ...
    • ScholarSpace and Scholarly Communication: A Needs Assessment 

      Tillinghast, Beth (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      In the last few years there has been a marked increase in the number of educational and cultural institutions worldwide which are in the process of developing institutional repositories. Though there is a dramatic increase ...
    • Secrets of Success: Identifying Success Factors in Institutional Repositories 

      Markey, Karen; Rieh, Soo Young; St. Jean, Beth; Yakel, Elizabeth; Yao, Xingxing (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      There is little agreement on which factors lead to successful institutional repositories. Researchers primarily cite content recruitment and services as key factors; however, there has also been discussion of measuring IR ...
    • Service Manager Framework for 2.0 

      Zeckoski, Aaron (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      This will be a high-level introduction to the DSpace 2 kernel architecture. There will also be an introduction to the new authentication/authorization system and storage service (which allows integration with other storage ...
    • Sharing System of Annotation for PDF Papers 

      Aoyama, Toshihiro (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      Recently, academic publications have been stored into many repositories. Researchers can get digital printed articles (PDF) through network. Some search sites is also useful for researchers to search these publications. ...
    • Simple Strategies for Broadcasting Repository Resources 

      Cornwell, Tim; Minton Morris, Carol (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      NSDL's data repository for STEM education is designed to provide organized access to digital educational materials through its online portal, NSDL.org. The resources held within the NSDL data repository along with their ...
    • Squire: A Simple and Efficient Ingest Tool for Institutional Repositories That Utilises Fedora Commons 

      McCallum, Timothy Philip (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      One of the most important components of an Institutional Repository is the ingest mechanism. SQUIRE, developed in 2008, was created by programmers working within the repository space who had an understanding of this ...
    • A Statewide Community of Trust: An RUcore Implementation Using Shibboleth and XACML 

      Jantz, Ron (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      RUcore (http://rucore.libraries.rutgers.edu ) is Rutgers University's Fedora-based institutional repository. The RUcore framework provides generic services for users, collections, and digital preservation. As a result, ...
    • Strategic Overview - Updates and Future Directions from the DSpace Foundation and Fedora Commons 

      Payette, Sandy; Kimpton, Michele (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      In this session, the Executive Directors of the DSpace Foundation and Fedora Commons will join together to discuss their successful strategic partnership and the future directions for their non-profit organizations. The ...
    • Strategies for Innovation and Sustainability: Insights from Leaders of Open Source Repository Organizations 

      Carr, Leslie A.; Dirks, Lee; Kimpton, Michele; Payette, Sandy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      This panel convenes leaders of organizations that provide the major open repository software platforms featured at OR09. This session provides an opportunity to learn about the strategic processes behind the software - ...
    • Submission Tool for the DSpace-Based Learning Object Repository 

      Moen, William E.; Polyakov, Serhiy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      The poster briefly reports our experience with building Learning Object Repository based on DSpace and analyzes some problems we encountered with the submission system. The poster describes custom submission tool that can ...
    • Supporting the 'Sharing Institution' - Practical Steps Towards a More Open Teaching and Learning Culture 

      Carr, Leslie A.; Davis, Hugh C.; Francois, Sebastien; Hey, Jessie M. N.; Miles-Board, Tim; Morris, Debra; White, Su (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      Institutional repositories for research output have developed progressively over the last few years. Although a primary motivation is Open Access both institutional and academic needs must also be met in order to foster ...
    • The Sustainability, Preservation and Accessibility of Internal and External Communities by Universities 

      Barragan, Salvador; Trimble, Jeffrey A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      This paper will provide three different cases or examples of how a mid-size University is able to implement DSpace across diverse groups of users. Additionally, one of the cases will show how the DSpace software has been ...
    • Technology Overview - New Releases and Roadmaps for DSpace and Fedora 

      McLean, Bradley; Wilper, Chris (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      In this session, the technical leaders of DSpace and Fedora will provide technical overviews of both platforms, including new software releases and roadmaps. The unveiling of DSpace 2.0 is a significant milestone in the ...
    • Theses and Dissertations Live: Oregon State University Libraries' ETD Workflow 

      Kunda, Sue (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      In July 2005, the Oregon State University Libraries (OSUL) began accepting electronic versions of student theses and dissertations via ScholarsArchive@OSU, the library's institutional repository (IR). By January 2007, all ...
    • Transfer and Inventory Components of Developing Repository Services 

      Johnston, Leslie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      At the Library of Congress, our most basic data management needs are not surprising: How do we know what we have, where it is, and who it belongs to? How do we get files "new and legacy" from where they are to where they ...