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Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on 2017-09-28 11:50

Contributed by Erin Tripp, Business Development Manager for DuraSpace

This was my second time attending PASIG and it was a wonderful experience. It featured stories of successes and failures, detailed explanations of existing guidelines, and expressions of support that we can gain the skills and knowledge to meet our digital preservation goals. If you couldn’t be there, we have you covered:

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on 2017-09-27 12:51

This blog post was contributed by David W. Lewis, Dean of the IUPUI University Library, dlewis@iupui.edu This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license 

The Commitment: Every academic library should commit to contribute 2.5% of its total budget to support the common infrastructure needed to create the open scholarly commons.

Academic Libraries and the Open Scholarly Commons

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on 2017-09-26 15:56

From Erin Tripp, Business Development Manager for DuraSpace

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on 2017-09-21 10:00

It has been a busy summer here at 4Science, with the new release of DSpace-CRIS and the ongoing development of DSpace 7. September will be even more exciting, with two important appointments, in order to share our ideas about the best way to use DSpace in different contexts.

During the last months 4Science developers released both DSpace-CRIS 5.7.0 and DSpace-CRIS 6RC2 (based on DSpace 6.2).

Submitted by kristi on 2017-08-29 08:46

By Michael Guthrie, Director, KnowledgeArc  The Nigerian Research and Education Network Federated Repository (NgREN)  has launched a federated repository with assistance from KnowledgeArc. The new DSpace archive brings together the works from 42 different DSpace instances in the country, and provides a hub to showcase and highlight the intellectual output of Nigeria's universities.

Submitted by kristi on 2017-08-28 07:58

From the organizers of Fedora and Samvera Camp at Oxford

DuraSpace and Data Curation Experts are set to offer the Fedora and Samvera Camp at Oxford University, Sept 4 - 8, 2017. The camp will be hosted by Oxford University Oxford, UK and is supported by Jisc. The organizers are pleased to announce that the early bird discount registration price has been extended until July 24.

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on 2017-07-10 11:55

The Fedora repository project relies on many individuals and institutions to make the project successful. We are grateful for their commitment and will showcase their contributions in a series of community profiles aimed at recognizing our contributors’ achievements, and introducing them to the rest of the community.

Bethany Seeger has been a Fedora contributor to the Fedora repository team for two years. Her focus is on MODS XML to RDF mapping as Amherst migrates to Fedora 4.

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on 2017-07-06 13:52