Winchester, MA On November 1, 2011 DuraSpace launched DuraCloud, a fee-based subscription service available to any organization wishing to archive and preserve their content using the cloud without locking into a single cloud provider.
Winchester, MA The 2012 DuraCloud webinars are now available for you to browse on the DuraCloud YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/duracloudvideos. Join almost 2,300 viewers who have tuned in to learn about a wide range of useful DuraCloud-related topics that include:
From Stacie Lemick, Programs and Operations Associate (SPARC)
Washington, DC SPARC (The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) is pleased to announce the dates for our second biennial North American meeting on Open Access on March 2-4, 2014 in Kansas City.
Please plan to join us for what promises to be another lively and engaging opportunity to explore the latest developments in Open Access publishing, repositories, policies and practices.
Winchester, MA Looking back over ten years of DSpace development with active community participation @mire noted in a recent blog post that on Nov 18, 2002 Robert Tansley sent a message to the OAI-general list announcing "Version 1.0 of the DSpace institutional repository software platform is available..."