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DSpace-CRIS is an open-source extension of DSpace, built on top of the JSPUI, originated in 2009 from a collaboration with the University of Hong Kong. Characteristic of DSpace-CRIS is a flexible and extensible data model, which allows the creation and management of any kind of entities (such as researchers, organizations, projects, etc.) and the relations among those entities.

Submitted by kristi on May 25, 2017

From Michele Mennielli, International Business Developer 4Science  The University of Trieste chose 4Science for hosting and the maintenance of their DSpace-CRIS installation. Thanks to this partnership we will be able to work on many new functionalities for DSpace-CRIS and soon make them available to the whole community.

Submitted by kristi on May 25, 2017

From Emilio Lorenzo, Arvo Consulting  With the development of tight-integration functionalities between DSpace and orcid.org, repositories can obtain numerous advantages by improving data consistency in key information systems. These developments help repositories lower the barriers of ORCID integration and take-up.

Submitted by kristi on May 24, 2017

Here are the latest updates from  the 2017 VIVO Conference to be held August 2 - 4 at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. Remember: Friday, May 26 is the last day to take advantage of the Early Bird Registration rate!

Submitted by kristi on May 24, 2017

From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director

Conference news. Did you know we are having the 8th annual VIVO Conference at Weill Cornell Medicine in NYC, August 2-4?  I'm sure you did.  There is lots of news about the conference:

Submitted by kristi on May 21, 2017

On May 16, 2017 Fedora community members presented a webinar entitled " Powering Linked Data and Hosted Solutions with Fedora." David Wilcox, Fedora Product Manager with DuraSpace, provided an overview of Fedora with a focus on its native linked data capabilities. Hannah Frost, Manager, Digital Library Product and Service Management with Stanford University, presented Hyku, the Hydra-in-a-box repository product, which provides a hosted option for Fedora-based repositories.

Submitted by kristi on May 18, 2017

From Sarah Molly, Chair, DSpace UK and Ireland User Group, Research Support Manager, Library and Archives, Queen Mary University of London

London, UK  Notes, jottings, slides and links from the May 17, 2017 DSpace UK and Ireland User Group meeting are available here.

Submitted by kristi on May 18, 2017

DuraSpace and Data Curation Experts are pleased to invite you to attend the Fedora and Hydra Camp at Oxford University, Sept 4 - 8, 2017. The camp will be hosted by Oxford University Oxford, UK and is supported by Jisc.

Submitted by kristi on May 18, 2017