From Bram Luyten, @mire (http://atmire.com/)
Madrid, Spain The Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), the largest public research body in Spain, Cybermetrics lab recently presented the July edition of the popular web-exposure ranking for Institutional Repositories together with a major overhaul of the webometrics website.
Ithaca, NY @tmire has published an analysis of the recent CSIC Cybermetrics Lab (Spain) Top Institutional Repositories Ranking on @mire's just-released, redesigned web site (http://atmire.com/). Author Bram Luyten, Head of Sales and Marketing, @mire, points out that ongoing changes to the ranking algorithm and internal search engine algorithms can cause changes in a repository's rank from one edition of the report to the next.
Boulder, CO Early registration ends on January 17 for the ELI Annual Meeting, "Taking the Pulse: Connecting, Assessing, and Innovating," where a matrix of themes that capture the key opportunities and challenges facing the teaching and learning community will be explored. The meeting will be held February 13–15, 2012 at the Hilton Austin in Austin, TX, and Online
By Bram Luyten, @mire
Leuven, Belgium Early in 2011, the CSIC Cybermetrics Lab (Spain) will harvest, analyze and publish data about online visibility of IRs in its Top 800 Institutional Repository Ranking. The January ranking will reflect the visibility of repositories in different online search engines. A limited time window is being used to get a snapshot of data. Here is the ranking production schedule:
Ithaca, NY Join Ben Bosman, CTO @mire for a free one-hour web seminar on September 8, 2010 at 11:00 EDT. He will explain how @mire’s open-source version of the “Content and Usage Analysis” DSpace module released with DSpace 1.6 can work for you. The DSpace 1.6 statistics solution offers logging of usage data including bitstream downloads, item display page visits, and collection and community homepage visits.
To register for this event, use the following link:
Ithaca, NY Are you new to Fedora? Go ahead, give Fedora a try, kick the tires and find out if the Fedora Repository platform works for you:
Last August the Washington D.C. Area Fedora Users Group met and suggested that a Fedora Reference Repository be created so that users could take Fedora “out for a spin.”
By Bram Luyten, @mire