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Submitted by Valorie_Hollister on Wed, 04/17/2013 - 8:42am
Winchester, MA In a previous blog post about the recent DuraSpace Sponsor Summit, the outcomes and activities from that meeting were outlined. Specifically, the development of a DSpace ‘vision’ as well as a new governance model. To read the more about this work visit: http://duraspace.org/looking-future-dspace-and-fedora.
Submitted by Valorie_Hollister on Fri, 03/29/2013 - 8:06am
Winchester, MA@mire and the DSpace Community Advisory Team with the support of DuraSpace, invite all DSpace enthusiasts to the DSpace user group meeting on Tuesday, June 18th from 9:00am to 5:00pm in Geneva, Switzerland.
Submitted by Valorie_Hollister on Tue, 03/05/2013 - 11:58am
Winchester, MA 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. The summary can be found here http://www.duraspace.org/dspace-futures.
Submitted by Valorie_Hollister on Mon, 02/25/2013 - 1:09pm
Winchester, MA On November 15, William Michener, Professor and Director of e-Science Initiatives at the University of New Mexico presented “DataONE: Tools and Approaches for Supporting the Data Life Cycle” to participants in the DuraSpace/ARL/DLF E-Science Institute. In this webinar, Bill discussed how to help researchers address the key challenges with the data life cycle: planning, presevation, discovery and innovation.
Submitted by Valorie_Hollister on Tue, 11/20/2012 - 4:37pm
Winchester, MA Earlier this year the DuraSpace organization launched its third annual Sponsorship Program, encouraging all institutions using the DSpace and Fedora open source technologies to contribute financially to the not for profit entity which provides leadership and support for these platforms. Thanks to our community we raised $417,750 in this year's campaign, with $223,750 coming from the DSpace community, $173,000 from the Fedora community and $21,000 from institutions who do not use either DSpace or Fedora, but who recognize the critical role DuraS
Submitted by Valorie_Hollister on Wed, 11/07/2012 - 12:55pm