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Avaliação da usabilidade da interface do Lume : Repositório Digital da UFRGS

Santos, Daiane Barrili dos
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso Formato: application/pdf
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Avalia a usabilidade da interface do Lume - Repositório Digital da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Tem por objetivo verificar se os principais requisitos de usabilidade são contemplados e se os usuários interagem facilmente durante a utilização do sistema. Buscou-se identificar critérios de usabilidade não adotados na interface e verificar sua influência no acesso à informação. Possui uma abordagem qualitativa e utiliza uma metodologia exploratória. Utilizou-se um método analítico, a avaliação heurística, para detectar problemas de usabilidade como também um método empírico que envolve usuários. A coleta de dados foi realizada em três etapas. Primeiramente foi realizada uma avaliação heurística para verificar se os elementos da interface estão de acordo com os princípios de usabilidade como também para auxiliar na identificação dos problemas. Na segunda etapa foi realizada uma entrevista referente ao perfil de experiência de cada usuário participante do teste. Na terceira etapa um teste de usabilidade foi realizado para analisar como os usuários interagem com o sistema e para identificar como os critérios de usabilidade não adotados na interface interferem no acesso à informação. Os resultados obtidos nas três etapas auxiliaram na identificação de requisitos não adotados e na identificação de heurísticas violadas. A partir das análises dos resultados identificou-se o grau de severidade de cada problema encontrado para sugerir correções. Através da avaliação heurística foi possível verificar que a interface do Repositório contempla os principais requisitos de usabilidade...

RODA and CRiB a service-oriented digital repository

Ramalho, José Carlos; Ferreira, Miguel; Faria, Luís; Castro, Rui; Barbedo, Francisco; Corujo, Luís
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 30/09/2008 Português
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In 2006 the Portuguese National Archives (Directorate General of the Portuguese Archives) engaged in the development of an OAIS compatible digital repository system for long-term preservation of digital material. Simultaneously, at the University of Minho a project called CRiB was being devised which aimed at the development of a wholesome set of services to aid digital preservation. Among those services were format converters, quality-assessment tools, preservation planning and automatic metadata production for retaining representations’ authenticity. This paper provides a detailed description of both projects and discusses how these may be integrated into a complete digital preservation solution based on currently available archiving and preservation standards, e.g. OAIS, EAD, PREMIS, METS and ANSI/NISO Z39.87.

SCAPE : report on compliance validation

Ferreira, Miguel; Faria, Luís; Hahn, Matthias; Duretec, Kresimir
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Relatório
Publicado em /05/2014 Português
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This whitepaper describes the integrated technologies produced in SCAPE and the results of its assessment against the ISO 16363 – a framework for Audit and Certification of Trustworthy Digital Repositories. The work aims to demonstrate that a preservation ecosystem composed of building blocks as the ones developed in SCAPE is able to comply with most of the system-related requirements of the ISO 16363. The SCAPE Preservation Environment (SPE) is composed of a repository system, an execution environment, planning & watch services, preservation control policies, and best practice guidelines and reports. From a total of 108 metrics included in the ISO 16363, the SPE fully supports 69 of them. 31 metrics were considered to be “out of scope” as they refer to organisational issues that cannot be solved by technology alone nor can they be analysed outside the framework of a breathing organisation, leaving 2 metrics to be considered “partially supported” and 6 metrics to be considered “not supported”. This gives an overall compliancy level of roughly 90% (if the organisational oriented metrics are not taken into account). Even though we consider this to be an excellent result, proving and giving guidelines on how it would be possible to have a system compliant with most of the metrics included in ISO 16363...

Desenvolvimento de um protótipo de repositório digital aplicado à Faculdade de Farmácia da Universidade de Lisboa

Lopes, Sílvia Maria da Costa
Fonte: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa Publicador: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2008 Português
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Mestrado em Estudos de Informação e Bibliotecas Digitais; A presente dissertação visa encontrar soluções práticas para o tratamento e disponibilização de informação em formato digital no contexto das ciências farmacêuticas. Desta forma, procurou-se criar um protótipo de repositório digital de ciências farmacêuticas, aplicado à realidade da Faculdade de Farmácia da Universidade de Lisboa. Numa primeira fase, desenvolveu-se um trabalho de investigação sobre a realidade das bibliotecas e repositórios digitais no contexto universitário, as vantagens, os problemas e os principais desafios que os profissionais da informação e as instituições têm de ultrapassar. Numa segunda fase, abordaram-se as questões da qualidade das fontes de informação disponíveis na Web e fez-se um estudo sobre a qualidade das bibliotecas e repositórios digitais universitários a nível nacional e internacional. Finalmente, tendo por base o trabalho até então desenvolvido, e após a análise de plataformas disponíveis em open source para criação e implementação de repositórios digitais, procedeu-se à escolha da plataforma e construção de um protótipo de repositório digital. Esta construção implicou a instalação e configuração do software adequado e a parametrização do sistema de acordo com as necessidades previamente identificadas.; This dissertation’s aim is to find practical solutions for the treatment and offer of information in digital format in the context of pharmaceutical sciences. For this...

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.

The DSpace Institutional Digital Repository System: Current Functionality

Tansley, Robert; Bass, Mick; Stuve, David; Branschofsky, Margret; Chudnov, Daniel; McClellan, Greg; Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Publicador: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 515692 bytes; application/pdf
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In this paper we describe DSpace™, an open source system that acts as a repository for digital research and educational material produced by an organization or institution. DSpace was developed during two years’ collaboration between the Hewlett-Packard Company and MIT Libraries. The development team worked closely with MIT Libraries staff and early adopter faculty members to produce a ‘breadth-first’ system, providing all of the basic features required by a digital repository service. As well as functioning as a live service, DSpace is intended as a base for extending repository functionality, particularly to address long-term preservation concerns. We describe the functionality of the current DSpace system, and briefly describe its technical architecture. We conclude with some remarks about the future development and operation of the DSpace system.

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

Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 48799 bytes; application/pdf
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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.

DSpace: An Open Source Dynamic Digital Repository

Smith, MacKenzie; Barton, Mary; Bass, Mick; Branschofsky, Margret; McClellan, Greg; Stuve, Dave; Tansley, Robert; Walker, Julie Harford
Fonte: Corporation for National Research Initiatives Publicador: Corporation for National Research Initiatives
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 41310 bytes; text/html
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For the past two years the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Libraries and Hewlett-Packard Labs have been collaborating on the development of an open source system called DSpace™ that functions as a repository for the digital research and educational material produced by members of a research university or organization. Running such an institutionally-based, multidisciplinary repository is increasingly seen as a natural role for the libraries and archives of research and teaching organizations. As their constituents produce increasing amounts of original material in digital formats—much of which is never published by traditional means—the repository becomes vital to protect the significant assets of the institution and its faculty. The first part of this article describes the DSpace system including its functionality and design, and its approach to various problems in digital library and archives design. The second part discusses the implementation of DSpace at MIT, plans for federating the system, and issues of sustainability.

Automated Validation of Trusted Digital Repository Assessment Criteria

Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Texas Digital Library Publicador: Texas Digital Library
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The RLG/NARA trusted digital repository (TDR) certification checklist defines a set of assessment criteria for preservation environments. The criteria can be mapped into data management policies that define how a digital preservation environment is operated. We explore how the enforcement of these management policies can be automated through their characterization as rules that control preservation services. By integrating a rule-based data management system with the DSpace digital archive system, we expect to demonstrate automated audits of the TDR checklist for a defined set of local policies. The system is sufficiently general that one can also demonstrate the completeness and self-consistency of preservation environments. This is the concept that all required preservation metadata are controlled by management policies, and that for each management policy the required preservation metadata are preserved.; National Archives and Records Administration under NSF cooperative agreement 0523307 through a supplement to SCI 0438741, "Cyberinfrastructure; From Vision to Reality"

An automated syllabus digital library system for higher education in Ireland

Joorabchi, Arash; Mahdi, Abdulhussain E
Fonte: Emerald Publicador: Emerald
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; Purpose - With the significant growth in electronic education materials such as syllabus documents and lecture notes, available on the internet and intranets, there is a need for robust central repositories of such materials to allow both educators and learners to conveniently share, search and access them. The purpose of this paper is to report on the work to develop a national repository for course syllabi in Ireland. Design/methodology/approach - The paper describes a prototype syllabus repository system for higher education in Ireland, which has been developed by utilising a number of information extraction and document classification techniques, including a new fully unsupervised document classification method that uses a web search engine for automatic collection of training set for the classification algorithm. Findings - Preliminary experimental results for evaluating the performance of the system and its various units, particularly the information extractor and the classifier, are presented and discussed. Originality/value - In this paper, three major obstacles associated with creating a large-scale syllabus repository are identified, and a comprehensive review of published research work related to addressing these problems is provided. Two different types of syllabus documents are identified and describe a rule-based information extraction system capable of extracting structured information from unstructured syllabus documents is described. Finally...

Towards an Open Source Archival Repository and Preservation System

Bradley, Kevin; Lei, Junran; Blackall, Chris
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper; Working/Technical Paper
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This report identifies possible open source pathways for sustainable preservation and, more importantly, identifies the gaps in available technology and recommends a way for UNESCO to encourage digital communities to address that shortcoming. The report may be of some value to those intending to build a digital repository, but its intended audience are those who are responsible for, or are able to influence the direction of open source development so that a packagable and affordable sustainable digital archival storage system can be developed, supported and made available.; UNESCO; This project was sponsored jointly by UNESCO and the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories, and carried out with the help of the National Library of Australia.

Migrating eprints.org data to a Fez repository

Weaver, Belinda
Fonte: APSR / University of Queensland Publicador: APSR / University of Queensland
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper; Working/Technical Paper
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This document records the process of migrating eprints.org data to a Fez repository. Fez is a Web-based digital repository and workflow management system based on Fedora (http://www.fedora.info/). At the time of migration, the University of Queensland Library was using EPrints 2.2.1 [pepper] for its ePrintsUQ repository. Once we began to develop Fez, we did not upgrade to later versions of eprints.org software since we knew we would be migrating data from ePrintsUQ to the Fez-based UQ eSpace. Since this document records our experiences of migration from an earlier version of eprints.org, anyone seeking to migrate eprints.org data into a Fez repository might encounter some small differences. Moving UQ publication data from an eprints.org repository into a Fez repository (hereafter called UQ eSpace (http://espace.uq.edu.au/) was part of a plan to integrate metadata (and, in some cases, full texts) about all UQ research outputs, including theses, images, multimedia and datasets, in a single repository. This tied in with the plan to identify and capture the research output of a single institution, the main task of the eScholarshipUQ testbed for the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories project (http://www.apsr.edu.au/). The migration could not occur at UQ until the functionality in Fez was at least equal to that of the existing ePrintsUQ repository. Accordingly...

Towards an Open Source Archival Repository and Preservation System

Bradley, Kevin; Lei, Junran; Blackall, Chris
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper; Working/Technical Paper
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This report identifies possible open source pathways for sustainable preservation and, more importantly, identifies the gaps in available technology and recommends a way for UNESCO to encourage digital communities to address that shortcoming. The report may be of some value to those intending to build a digital repository, but its intended audience are those who are responsible for, or are able to influence the direction of open source development so that a packagable and affordable sustainable digital archival storage system can be developed, supported and made available.; UNESCO; This project was sponsored jointly by UNESCO and the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories, and carried out with the help of the National Library of Australia.

IU???s participation in the Hydra Project: Many Heads, one Repository Solution Framework

Dunn, Jon; Cowan, William; Notess, Mark
Fonte: Indiana University Digital Collections Services Publicador: Indiana University Digital Collections Services
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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The Hydra Project is a large collaboration among many institutions sharing needs for open software digital repository solutions. Indiana University is a Hydra Partner, and as such, is both developing new Hydra ???heads??? and leveraging heads developed by other partners. In this presentation, we will describe the Hydra Project objectives, the primary components of the technology (Fedora, Solr, Blacklight), how the community collaborates, and the benefits of this collaboration. The Avalon Media System was our first Hydra-based project, but now we are also collaborating on a new institutional repository solution as well as a new ???page turner??? Hydra head for digitized paged media. The Hydra Partner community holds great promise for lower cost, tailorable digital repositories for libraries and archives.

dPanther

Florida International University Libraries
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The Florida International University dPanther digital repository hosts unique digital collections of cultural, historical, scholarly, educational, and community resources; including rare books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, and oral histories held by the university as well as partner institutions. For more information about dPanther view the presentation dPanther which provides details about the development and technical architecture of the system.

Establishing a Digital Repository Service

Molinari, Brian; Henty, Margaret; Bradley, Kevin; Blackall, Chris; Raftos, Peter
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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A growing proportion of an institution's output and assets is digital in format (eg, data sets, documents, multimedia objects). Digital repositories are becoming a critical part of an institution's information infrastructure to ensure the preservation and ongoing access to these digital objects. Over and above a mere software system, the digital repository represents the institution's responsibility for the long term stewardship of its digital assets. The workshops will provide a general background to digital repositories as well as a practical walk-through of a particular repository system. The workshops will also cover the essential issues involved in establishing a repository service, including: - Planning and management of a repository service - Involving your community - Criteria for choosing repository software - Spectrum of services - Sustainability guidelines and issues - Case study demonstrations; Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR); APSR is running a series of workshops on "Establishing a Digital Repository Service". These workshops are for the benefit of institutions who are setting up digital repository services or thinking about such. The events will also provide an opportunity to meet and build networks with interested people in your region. The half-day workshops will run in various locations around Australia (Canberra...

AONS System Documentation

Curtis, Joseph
Fonte: Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories Publicador: Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper
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AONS (Automated Obsolescence Notification System) is a system to analyse digital repositories and determine whether any digital objects contained therein may be in danger of becoming obsolescent. It uses perservation information about file formats and the software which supports these formats to determine if the formats used by digital objects are in danger. The information used is gleaned from various registries (PRONOM1 and LCSDF2) and stored in a MySQL3 database. AONS will then periodically check the contents of the repository for formats in danger of becoming obsolescent. When the repository is found to contain such formats a notification report will be sent to the repository manager responsible. AONS supports multiple repositories with fully independent scheduling. Currently AONS only supports the DSpace4 digital repository; however, the interface between the repository and AONS is simple and well defined and it shouldn't be too hard to extend to other repositories in the future.; This preliminary report provides technical information related to the AONS (Automated Obsolescence Notification System) Project. See also "Report of the Format Notification and Obsolescence Service (AONSII)" by David Pearson and Matthew Walker.

St. Augustine

University of Florida; Florida International University
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The University of Florida (UF) has partnered with the City of St. Augustine to "unearth" archival repositories which have been previously inaccessible to researchers worldwide. The digital archive supports research in a broad range of subjects: Florida and U.S. history, Spanish colonies, Native Americans, slavery, exploration, architecture and urban planning, social and economic development, missionary work, military defenses and warfare. Currently, over 25,000 photographs, maps, overlays of the city, architectural drawings, government records, transcriptions of key Spanish documents, and archaeology site summaries have been digitized, with a majority of them geo-located. The collection not only satisfies the needs of a wide variety of researchers including historians, archaeologists, architects, historic preservationists, and those in the digital humanities, but the project also helps in telling St. Augustine's unique "story" of colonial heritage on a global scale.

Dissertations Repository System Using Context Module

Hmood, Ali K.; Zaidan, M. A.; Alanazi, Hamdan. O.; Alnaqeib, Rami; Al-Nabhani, Yahya
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 21/05/2010 Português
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Without a doubt, the electronic learning makes education quite flexible. Nowadays, all organizations and institutions are trying to avoid Monotony and the delay and inertia. As well the universities should be improving their systems continually to achieve success. Whereas, the students need to access the dissertations in the library. In this paper we will present Dissertations Repository System Using Context Module to allow the students to benefit the dissertations which is in the library flexibly.; Comment: http://www.journalofcomputing.org

New Quantitative Study for Dissertations Repository System

Alshammari, Fahad H.; Alnaqeib, Rami; Zaidan, M. A.; Hmood, Ali K.; Zaidan, B. B.; Zaidan, A. A.
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 23/06/2010 Português
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In the age of technology, the information communication technology becomes very important especially in education field. Students must be allowed to learn anytime, anywhere and at their own place. The facility of library in the university should be developed. In this paper we are going to present new Quantitative Study for Dissertations Repository System and also recommend future application of the approach.; Comment: IEEE Publication Format, https://sites.google.com/site/journalofcomputing/