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    • Save Consumers Time and Money: Thou Shall Not Forget Digital Native Big Data Consumers 

      Arguillas, Florio Orocio (10.06.2014)
      In order to accommodate all types of data consumers, the Census Bureau (CB) distributed their 9,060-variable Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF1) tables into 49 segment files, each with variables not exceeding 256 so as not ...
    • COAR - Confederation of Open Access Repositories: Towards a global open access repositories network for scholarship 

      Shearer, Kathleen; Putlitz, Maxie (10.06.2014)
      The Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) is a dynamic, fast growing association of repository initiatives. Launched in October 2009, COAR now has a membership of over 100 institutions worldwide from 35 countries ...
    • Leveraging open access for integrating repository data at Indiana University Libraries 

      Hardesty, Juliet L. (10.06.2014)
      Opening access to digital repository data can be done in different ways with different effects. From providing a data packet for bulk download to a web service API, the ways in which that data can be used and understood ...
    • 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 ...
    • Virtual Cellar of the Estonian Literary Museum: the Challenges of the Open Access in the Digital Era 

      Sarv, Mari; Kulasalu, Kaisa (10.06.2014)
      Estonian Literary Museum (ELM) was compiled in 1940 by Soviet authorities on the basis of four former archives forming part of the Estonian National Museum: Estonian Cultural History Archives, Estonian Folklore Archives, ...
    • Open research data policies, what makes the difference? 

      Melero, Remedios; Rodriguez-Armentia, Nerea (10.06.2014)
      We examined open access policies to research data required or recommended by funders that data sharing. MELIBEA and SHERPA / JULIET directories to create the list of funders, and found a total of 36 open access policies ...
    • Using ArchivesSpace to Support Research Data Curation 

      Westbrook, Bradley D.; Fitzpatrick, Christopher S. (10.06.2014)
      ArchivesSpace is a community and an application. The community has over 100 members, ranging from very large organizations, such as NYU and the University of California, San Diego, to the very small, such as the Rockerfeller ...
    • Software and Code Finder: making research outputs visible 

      Callan, Paula Anne; Broadley, Philippa (10.06.2014)
      QUT’s Software and Code Finder is a searchable registry of code and software which has been created as a result of QUT research activities. The registry is designed to aid the discovery and visibility of QUT research outputs ...
    • HIMALDOC: A Tool for a Regional Open Repository on Sustainable Mountain Development Issues in the Hindu Kush Himalaya 

      JHA, Anil Kumar (10.06.2014)
      HIMALDOC, based on Invenio software, has been developed by ICIMOD as a tool for the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) regional repository on sustainable mountain development issues. The HKH region is the source of 10 large Asian ...
    • OCR Correction Tool for Linguistic Corpora 

      Hakkarainen, Jussi-Pekka; Keskitalo, Esa-Pekka (10.06.2014)
      We introduce a new tool for correcting OCR errors of materials in a repository of cultural materials. The poster is aimed to all who are interested in digital humanities and who might find our tool useful. The poster will ...
    • Designing a Bit Preservation System 

      Wallberg, Ben; Knies, Jennie Levine; Hamidzadeh, Babak (10.06.2014)
      Despite successful operation of DSpace and Fedora repositories, much of the digital preservation work performed at the University of Maryland (UMD) Libraries is focused more on backup and restoration of files than on actual ...
    • ZENODO - an open dependable home for the long-tail of science 

      Nielsen, Lars Holm; Smith, Tim; Erdmann, Chris; Simko, Tibor (10.06.2014)
      ZENODO is an open dependable home for the long-tail of science, enabling researchers to share and preserve research outputs in any size, in any format and from any science. We highlight experience and new features developed ...
    • Introducing the new and improved DMPTool 

      Shreeves, Sarah (10.06.2014)
      The goal of the DMPTool, originally released in 2011, is to provide researchers with guidance, links to resources and help with writing data management plans. Thanks to a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, several ...
    • ‘Just how (re)usable is Research Data? A legal perspective’ - A poster summarizing the recommendations of the OpenAIRE legal and licensing study. 

      Rettberg, Najla; Dietrich, Nils; Margoni, Thomas (10.06.2014)
      The open availability and sharing of research results enables and strengthens the scientific process and discovery. Open access to data can make the research process a richer one and can facilitate the reuse of existing ...
    • Building Dynamic Data Centers for Fast Delivery of New Data and Data Updates 

      Arguillas, Florio Orocio (10.06.2014)
      In this presentation I will demonstrate and explain the code that I wrote to build a dynamic data center – the CISER Data Archive Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF1) Download Center – and its importance in the timely delivery ...
    • Bye, ContentDM: Another one bites the dust 

      Stapelfeldt, Kirsta; Rousseau, Paulina; Allain, Sara (10.06.2014)
      This 24x7 presentation will describe a migration from ContentDM to Fedora (Islandora) completed by the University of Toronto Scarborough’s Digital Scholarship Unit, using CONTENTdm’s tools for data export and CONTENTdm’s ...
    • Recommendations for Preservation Data Policies 

      Lehtonen, Juha; Helin, Heikki; Dallmeier-Tiessen, Suenje; Guercio, Mariella; Herterich, Patricia; Kaur, Kirnn; Lavasa, Artemis; Salmivalli, Riina (10.06.2014)
      In this paper, we summarise selected recommendations that should be taken into account when drawing up data policies concerning digital preservation. It is important to understand what current data policies address and if ...
    • 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 ...
    • Supporting the creation, management, and long-term preservation of social science research data 

      Recker, Astrid; Horton, Laurence; Katsanidou, Alexia (10.06.2014)
      Taking its cue from the increasing importance of data sharing and preservation, the Archive and Data Management Training Center, established in 2011 as part of the GESIS Data Archive for the Social Sciences, offers training ...
    • Omeka-DSpace REST API Harvester 

      Jin, Ying (10.06.2014)
      Omeka-Dspace REST API Harvester is an Omeka plugin, which makes it possible to upload all your DC elements and customized schemas to Omeka during the installation of the plugin and be able to link all the datastreams ...