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Bootstrapping a Culture of Sharing to Facilitate Open Educational Resources
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This paper describes the motivations for these projects, the design decisions they took in implementing their repositories, the approaches they took to change agency and practice within their communities, and the changes, in practice, that have so far been observed. Expand
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Citation linking: improving access to online journals
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The most innovative online journals are maturing rapidly and distinctive new features are emerging. Expand
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Building Quality Assurance into Metadata Creation: An Analysis based on the Learning Objects and e-Prints Communities of Practice
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This paper challenges some of the assumptions underlying the metadata creation process in the context of two communities of practice, based around learning object repositories and open e-Print archives. Expand
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e-Science and its implications for the library community
  • A. Hey, J. Hey
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Libr. Hi Tech
  • 1 October 2006
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This paper explores some of the challenges facing both the scientific and library communities in this new emerging world of research and delineates the key role that can be played by computer science and by IT companies such as Microsoft. Expand
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PRONOM-ROAR: Adding Format Profiles to a Repository Registry to Inform Preservation Services
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We present such a service – PRONOM-ROAR – that generates file format profiles for IRs using existing machine interfaces to IRs. Expand
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Digital Preservation Service Provider Models for Institutional Repositories: Towards Distributed Services
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A primary element of preservation planning has been shown to be possible based on a standard Web interface (OAI) and no formal arrangement between repository and provider. Expand
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Targeting Academic Research with Southampton's Institutional Repository
Describes how user needs have influenced the evolutionary development of 'e-Prints Soton' as the University of Southampton Research Repository within the JISC funded TARDis project in the UK
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Repositories for research: Southampton's evolving role in the knowledge cycle
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An overview of how open access (OA) repositories have grown to take a premier place in the e‐research knowledge cycle and offer Southampton's route from project to sustainable institutional repository. Expand
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Agent Technology concepts in a heterogeneous distributed searching environment
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The agent technology used for the MALIBU prototype search engine that allows for the search and retrieval of information from disparate resources. Expand
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