• 20 Ways to Reuse Repository Metadata 

      Ayre, Lucy; Madjarevic, Natalia (10.06.2014)
      Feeding, exporting, reporting, integrating, sharing and analysing: repository metadata can be leveraged across the web in many different ways to integrate and disseminate open access content widely. We propose to produce ...
    • 2014 Census of Open Access Repositories in Germany, Austria and Switzerland 

      Kindling, Maxi; Vierkant, Paul (11.06.2014)
      The proposal presents the “2014 Census of Open Access Repositories in Germany, Austria and Switzerland” (2014 Census) conducted in the cause of a seminar at Berlin School of Library and Information Science (BSLIS) at ...
    • Advanced Islandora Workshop 

      Tripp (O'Halloran), Erin; MacKenzie, Mitch; Leggott, Mark (09.06.2014)
      Islandora is a digital asset management system that provides out-of-the-box repository solutions (Solution Packs) for a wide range of digital collections and research domains. Islandora combines the Drupal CMS and Fedora ...
    • AgEcon Search: Evolution of a Subject Repository 

      Eells, Linda L; Kelly, Julie (10.06.2014)
      In the 20 years since its inception, the AgEcon Search repository has evolved into a trusted disciplinary resource connecting an international community of researchers. It is the home of conference papers, working papers, ...
    • Aligning Regional Repository Networks 

      Shearer, Kathleen; Mueller, Katharina (10.06.2014)
      One of the major and favoured routes for providing OA is through repositories, and networks are being developed in a number of regions across the world. While there are unique requirements in each jurisdictional context ...
    • An Alternative American Approach to Repositories 

      Royster, Paul (11.06.2014)
      This presentation is about how one repository (ours) has found success by rejecting the “conventional” wisdom and “expert” advice of consultants, and “thought leaders”. We have declined to support the SPARC Addendum, promote ...
    • Altmetrics in practice: How are institutional repositories using altmetrics today? 

      Adie, Euan; Francois, Sebastien; Nixon, William (09.06.2014)
      Although alternative metrics (altmetrics) are still in their infancy, the concept of using non-traditional measures to assess research impact has gained significant traction from scholarly publishers over the past two ...
    • Analyses of the usefulness of Software Defined Storage Solutions for Web-based Digital Preservation Applications 

      Tiernan, Peter; Tang, Jimmy; Bako, Kristina (12.06.2014)
      The Digital Repository Of Ireland (DRI) is an interactive, national trusted digital repository for contemporary and historical, social and cultural data held by Irish institutions. The DRI has a requirement for a massively ...
    • AOD 2.0: A category based submission add-on for DSpace 4.0 

      Goovaerts, Marc; Slipetskyy, Denys; Subirats, Imma; Keizer, Johannes; Leinders, Dirk; Dupriez, Christophe; Surinx, Dimitri; Gybels, Michelle; Vaelen, Jeroen; Vandesbosch, Niki (13.06.2014)
      The Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas, Ukraine (IBSS) and Hasselt University (Belgium) are developing with the support of FAO of the United Nations a new version of AgriOcean DSpace named AOD 2.0, as an add-on for ...
    • APIs and Datasets everywhere 

      Brown, Aaron; Green, Cameron (11.06.2014)
      The University of Queensland’s repository eSpace is an institutional repository designed and developed in-house, starting over 9 years ago. It is based on an internally developed open source front end to Fedora called ...
    • Audio and Video Repositories at Scale: Indiana University’s Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative 

      Dunn, Jon (12.06.2014)
      In 2013, Indiana University (IU) launched a five-year project, known as the Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative (MDPI: http://mdpi.iu.edu/), to digitize and preserve over 300,000 audio and video assets of value ...
    • Avalon Media System demonstration 

      Stewart, Claire; Dunn, Jon (10.06.2014)
      The Institute of Museum and Library Services has funded a three-year development effort at Indiana University and Northwestern University, in collaboration with nine other institutions, to develop a Hydra/Fedora-based open ...
    • Avalon Media System project update: a Hydra solution for digital audio and video access 

      Stewart, Claire; Dunn, Jon (13.06.2014)
      Indiana University and Northwestern University, in collaboration with nine partner institutions, are in the last year of a three-year IMLS-funded effort to build a fully open source solution for managing digital audio and ...
    • B2SHARE – Storing and Sharing Research Data 

      Straňák, Pavel; Dima, Emanuel (10.06.2014)
      B2SHARE (b2share.eudat.eu), EUDAT’s (www.eudat.eu) data sharing service, is a user-friendly, reliable and trustworthy way for researchers and communities to store and share small-scale research data coming from diverse ...
    • B2SHARE – Storing and Sharing Research Data 

      Straňák, Pavel; Dima, Emanuel (13.06.2014)
      B2SHARE (b2share.eudat.eu), EUDAT’s data sharing service, is a user-friendly, reliable and trustworthy way for researchers and communities to store and share small-scale research data coming from diverse contexts.
    • “Between publication culture and funder mandates - What is the future for disciplinary repositories?” 

      Siegert, Olaf; Vierkant, Paul (09.06.2014)
      A recent study by Björk et al. revealed, that only 11% of all repositories are subject-based, but over 43 % of all repository content is located there (mainly in PubMed Central and ArXiv). But are disciplinary repositories ...
    • Bibliographic import from Scopus and WoS 

      Masar, Ivan (13.06.2014)
      The Tomas Bata University in Zlín Library has been running a repository of all university publication output that meets certain high inclusion criteria since 2011. This paper discusses why we chose Scopus and WoS as our ...
    • Big Data Processing in the Cloud: a Hydra/Sufia Experience 

      Brittle, Collin; Xie, Zhiwu (10.06.2014)
      This presentation addresses the challenge of processing big data in a cloud-based data repository. Using the Hydra Project’s Hydra and Sufia ruby gems and working with the Hydra community, we created a special repository ...
    • Biodiversity Heritage Library: a global open repository 

      Rinaldo, Constance; Rose-Sandler, Trish; Smith, Jane (10.06.2014)
      The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. A consortia of natural history and botanical libraries, ...
    • BORIS – It’s never too late to start a repository 

      Gutknecht, Christian (12.06.2014)
      This presentation will give some insight into BORIS, the Bern Open Repository and Information System (http://boris.unibe.ch/). After a year of planning and configuration the EPrints based repository went live in 2013. The ...