in this issue
- RECORDING AVAILABLE: COAR Interview with DuraSpace CEO Michele Kimpton
- Laura C. Wood, Tufts University, Joins DuraSpace Board
- Look for DuraSpace at...
- Welcome to DSpace Committer Bram Luyten
- Upcoming DSpace Futures Calls
- DuraSpace Sponsor Updates on Fedora Futures
- fedora4lib at code4lib Hackfest Winners Announced
- Introducing DSpaceDirect: A "Right-Away" Repository Service
- 2013 DuraCloud Brown Bag Series: Recording and Topics
- Electronic Publishing Trust for Development's 2nd Annual Award for Individual Effort in Support of Open Access
- Big Step Towards Free and Open Access to Publicly Funded Research
- For Your Repository Viewing Pleasure: U Nairobi Digital Repository
|RECORDING AVAILABLE: COAR Interview with DuraSpace CEO Michele Kimpton
COAR (Coalition of Open Access Repositories) Executive Director Alicia Lopez Medina recently conducted a video interview with DuraSpace CEO Michele Kimpton to learn more about DuraCloud, and plans for DSpace and Fedora development in the next year and over the next three years.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/recording-available-coar-interview-duraspace-ceo-michele-kimpton
Related link: http://www.coar-repositories.org/working-groups/repository-observatory/coar-talks/
Laura C. Wood, Tufts University, Joins DuraSpace Board
The DuraSpace organization is pleased to announce that Laura C. Wood has accepted an appointment to the DuraSpace Board of Directors.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/laura-c-wood-tufts-university-joins-duraspace-board
Related link: http://www.tuftsdaily.com/new-director-sets-goals-for-university-library-system-1.2629928#.USzr2aXntyJ
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Welcome to DSpace Committer Bram Luyten
The DSpace committers team are delighted to announce a new member to the group: Bram Luyten from @mire.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/welcome-dspace-committer-bram-luyten
Related link: http://www.linkedin.com/in/bluyten
Upcoming DSpace Futures Calls
Last month DuraSpace shared a report on the current "State of DSpace" following a series of phone calls with sponsors, committers, DCAT members, and service providers.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/upcoming-dspace-futures-calls
Related link: http://www.duraspace.org/dspace-futures
DuraSpace Sponsor Updates on Fedora Futures
Recently a group of stakeholders from the Fedora community came together to begin the process of planning a three year software development project to direct new resources toward a major Fedora overhaul, adding capabilities that will make Fedora the repository platform of choice for the future.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/duraspace-sponsor-updates-fedora-futures
Related link: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/FF/Fedora+Futures+Home
fedora4lib at code4lib Hackfest Winners Announced
On February 11-12 the Fedora Futures team coordinated a Developer Challenge event opening the doors to the "Fedora House" for two evenings of Chicago deep-dish pizza, craft beer and code.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/fedora4lib-code4lib-hackfest-winners-announced
Related link: http://fedora4lib.org/hack/
|Introducing DSpaceDirect: A "Right-Away" Repository Service
With DSpaceDirect, a new DuraSpace hosted repository service, users can store, organize and manage any content in the cloud.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/introducing-dspacedirect-right-away-repository-service
Related link: http://dspacedirect.org/
2013 DuraCloud Brown Bag Series: Recording and Topics
The 2013 DuraCloud Brown Bag Series kicked off on February 27 detailing the DuraCloud subscription plan options, how the plan's respective features and pricing differ, as well as discussing the use cases that best fit each subscription option.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/2013-duracloud-brown-bag-series-recording-and-topics
Related links:http://www.youtube.com/watchv=Rj6rSqAm7Uw, http://duracloud.org/brown_bag_series
Electronic Publishing Trust for Development's 2nd Annual Award for Individual Effort in Support of Open Access
The Electronic Publishing Trust for Development (EPT [i]) is pleased to announce the winner of its 2nd Annual Award in recognition of the effort made by individuals working in the developing and emerging countries in the furtherance of Open Access (OA) to scholarly publications.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/electronic-publishing-trust-developments-2nd-annual-award-individual-effort-support-open-access
Related link: http://epublishingtrust.net/ept-2nd-annual-oa-award/
Big Step Towards Free and Open Access to Publicly Funded Research
The growth of the Internet along with many channels users have created to disseminate every kind of networked digital information has been a catalyst for the simple idea that access to the results of publicly funded research should be free and open.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/big-step-towards-free-and-open-access-publicly-funded-research
Related link: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/02/22/expanding-public-access-results-federally-funded-research
For Your Repository Viewing Pleasure: U Nairobi Digital Repository
In 1986 it was estimated that only 1/3-1/2 of all theses and dissertations (ETDs) were published for a variety of reasons-institutional access policies, outdated collection methods and systems, and idiosyncratic revision requirements1-to name a few.
Read the post: http://duraspace.org/your-repository-viewing-pleasure-u-nairobi-digital-repository
Related link: http://erepository.uonbi.ac.ke:8080/xmlui/
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