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DSpace: A Year in the Life of an Open Source Digital Repository System

Smith, MacKenzie; Rodgers, Richard; Walker, Julie; Tansley, Robert
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 145303 bytes; application/pdf
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The DSpace™ digital repository system was released as open source software in November of 2002. In the year since then it has been adopted by a large number of research universities and other organizations world-wide that need a digital repository solution for a number of content types: research articles, gray literature, e-theses, cultural materials, scientific datasets, institutional records, educational materials, and more. The DSpace platform and its various applications are becoming better understood with experience and time. As one result of a recent meeting of the DSpace user community, we are now venturing into the territory of broad, community-based open source development and management, and gaining insights from the experience of the Apache Foundation, Global Grid Forum, and other successful open source projects about how to build open source software for the digital library domain.

DSpace : An Institutional Repository from the MIT Libraries and Hewlett Packard Laboratories

Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
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The DSpace™ project of the MIT Libraries and the Hewlett Packard Laboratories has built an institutional repository system for digital research material. This paper will describe the rationale for institutional repositories, the DSpace system, and its implementation at MIT. Also described are the plans for making DSpace open source in an effort to provide a useful test bed and a platform for future research in the areas of open scholarly communication and the long-term preservation of fragile digital research material.