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Integração do framework manakin com a plataforma dspace para múltiplas apresentações visuais de informações nos repositórios digitais

Segundo, José Eduardo Santarém; Camargo, Liriane Soares de Araújo; Shintaku, Milton; Vidotti, Silvana Aparecida Borsetti Gregorio
Fonte: Universidade Estadual Paulista Publicador: Universidade Estadual Paulista
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 10-26
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Digital repositories are currently being used by education and research institutions in Brazil as an alternative for propagating scientific and academic results, mainly to reach institutional memory and visibility. However, the way these results are presented may influence their use, affecting user-system interaction through the interface components. Thus, it is possible to state that an unique digital information environment can offer different ways of visual presentation, customizing informational and visual components for specific users communities. In this context, tools are being developed as a resource to make access and use of information easier, and to increase the usability of digital informational environments. One of these tools, Manakin, is presented in this paper, as well as its integration with the DSpace platform, in order to enable multiple visual presentations, stressing the importance of the differentiation and direction of interfaces by a single repository to the various knowledge fields. So, results and examples of repositories with multiple visual presentations are introduced, to facilitate the use of the presented tool, as well as to reinforce the importance of a differentiated visual identity by areas of knowledge in a single repository...

DSpace-Dev @ University of Minho : development of tools and add-ons for the DSpace platform

Ferreira, Miguel; Baptista, Ana Alice
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 07/07/2005 Português
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DSpace related activities at University of Minho (UM) started in April 2003 and since then many developments have been made. The first step was taken by the University Documentation Services (SDUM) with the translation of DSpace to Portuguese which was followed by the implementation of the RepositóriUM, the university’s institutional repository. The translated version of DSpace has been downloaded and used in many other institutions in Portugal and Brazil. This very same version of DSpace served as a basis for the Papadocs system – a system which aimed at providing access to all assignments developed by the students of the Department of Information Systems. This instance of DSpace also served as test bed for a series of add-ons created at the department, namely, the Commenting Add-on, the Recommendation Add-on, the Web of Communication Add-on and the Controlled Vocabulary Add-on. This project has lead to the formation of several interesting ideas. These include the improvement of the Controlled Vocabulary Add-on to support more complex structures, such as thesauri, and the development of automatic metadata extractors that could fill in some of the required metadata during the process depositing new items.

Quick statistics and new reporting feature for DSpace

Melo, João Silva de; Silva, Hélder de Jesus Almeida da; Ferreira, Miguel
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 01/10/2012 Português
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Poster apresentado na "3.ª Conferência Luso-Brasileira sobre Acesso Aberto", Lisboa, Portugal, 1 de Outubro de 2012.; O DSpace é uma das plataformas de software mais utilizadas mundialmente para implementar repositórios institucionais . Com mais de seis mil downloads em menos de seis meses e com uma comunidade de utilizadores e programadores bastante ativa, o DSpace tem vindo a crescer em funcionalidades e robustez. Tratando-se de um software open-source, o DSpace é desenvolvido pela comunidade de utilizadores, seguindo uma metodologia de desenvolvimento descentralizada e descoordenada. Porém, quanto uma nova funcionalidade, aspira a ser integrada no código-fonte oficial do DSpace, esta é primeiramente divulgada e testada sob a forma de um add-on. Existem atualmente vários add-ons para o DSpace desenvolvidos em Portugal e que se encontram amplamente disseminados. Exemplos disso são: - Add-on de estatísticas avançadas - Add-on Request a Copy (para dar acesso aos documentos on-demand); - Add-on OAIExtended (para integração com projetos Driver e OpenAIRE); - Add-on Sharing Bar (para partilha nas redes sociais); - Add-on FP7 (para identificar projetos financiados pela FP7 - OpenAIRE); - Add-on de integração com a plataforma DeGois; - Add-on de integração com o Serviço Centralizado de Estatísticas de Utilização ; O Add-on de estatísticas avançadas...

Building a Business Plan for DSpace, MIT Libraries Digital Institutional Repository

Barton, Mary R.; Walker, Julie Harford
Fonte: Texas A&M University Publicador: Texas A&M University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 41199 bytes; application/pdf
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This paper presents an overview of the methodology and results of the MIT Libraries’ business plan development project for DSpace (http://www.dspace.org/), MIT’s digital institutional repository. The introductory section includes a description of DSpace, the objectives of the business plan project, and the current status of the DSpace project. The methodology section explains the process and tools with which the business plan was developed. The remainder of the paper describes the results of the business plan project, including the DSpace service definition, the cost model, potential funding sources, and future DSpace plans.

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.

PO.EX'70-80 Arquivo Digital da Literatura Experimental Portuguesa; comunidades e coleções no DSpace

Moutinho, Ana Viale
Fonte: Universidade Fernando Pessoa Publicador: Universidade Fernando Pessoa
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 01/10/2012 Português
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Poster apresentado na "3.ª Conferência Luso-Brasileira sobre Acesso Aberto", Lisboa, Portugal, 1 e 2 de outubro de 2012; Este poster tem como objetivo apresentar uma metodologia de organização e classificação de literaturas e práticas artísticas multimodais a partir do projecto PO.EX’70-80 – Arquivo Digital da Literatura Experimental Portuguesa, o qual vai utilizar a plataforma DSpace para mostrar os seus cerca de sete mil documentos. PO-EX [POesia EXperimental] foi um movimento literário português iniciado na década de 1960 que surgiu a partir da poesia concreta e visual. Entre 2005 e 2008, o projeto “CD-ROM da PO-EX (Poesia Experimental Portuguesa - Cadernos e Catálogos)” permitiu a realização de estudos acerca do experimentalismo literário português dos anos 1960 e se criou um arquivo digital com as principais revistas, catálogos e publicações desse grupo de poetas, podendo ser consultado em www.po-ex.net. Este trabalho foi recentemente alargado aos anos 1970 e 80, aperfeiçoando e desenvolvendo os estudos e recolhas já iniciados. Ambos os projectos têm financiamento da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia. O projecto PO.EX’70-80 pretende “recolher, classificar e reproduzir, em formatos digitais...

DSpace 4.x Documentation

Wilper, Chris
Fonte: Boston, The DSpace Developer Team, 2014. Publicador: Boston, The DSpace Developer Team, 2014.
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento
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Manual Técnico; 783 p.; DSpace is an open source software platform that enables organisations to: - Capture and describe digital material using a submission workflow module, or a variety of programmatic ingest options - Distribute an organisation's digital assets over the web through a search and retrieval system preserve digital assets over the long term; Table of Contents: Introduction Release Notes Functional Overview Installing DSpace Upgrading DSpace Upgrading From 4.0 to 4.x Upgrading From 3.x to 4.x Upgrading From 3.0 to 3.x Upgrading From 1.8.x to 3.x Upgrading From 1.8 to 1.8.x Upgrading From 1.7.x to 1.8.x Upgrading From 1.7 to 1.7.x Upgrading From older versions of DSpace Using DSpace Advanced Customisation Authentication Plugins Batch Metadata Editing Configuration Reference Curation System Discovery DOI Digital Object Identifier DSpace Statistics Embargo Exchanging Content Between Repositories Exporting Content and Metadata Ingesting Content and Metadata Item Level Versioning JSPUI Configuration and Customization Localization L10n Mediafilters for Transforming DSpace Content Metadata Recommendations Mapping Items Moving Items Managing Community Hierarchy Managing User Accounts Request a Copy REST API Updating Items via Simple Archive Format XMLUI Configuration and Customization Authority Control of Metadata Values System Administration Scheduled Tasks via Cron Command Line Operations Ant targets and options AIP Backup and Restore Performance Tuning DSpace Search Engine Optimization Validating CheckSums of Bitstreams Legacy methods for re-indexing content Troubleshooting Information DSpace Reference Directories and Files Metadata and Bitstream Format Registries Architecture History DSpace Item State Definitions

Implementación de un repositorio de datos científicos usando DSPACE

Barrios, Edwin; Torréns, Rodrigo; Torres, Luis A.; Núñez, Luis A.
Fonte: Universidade do Rosário Publicador: Universidade do Rosário
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject; info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 10/05/2011 Português
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El nuevo modelo de e-colaboración científica y e-producción de conocimiento imponen el registro, catalogación y la preservación distribuida de grandes volúmenes de datos. Su posterior análisis y el conocimiento que de ellos emerja se logrará mediante de técnicas de minería de datos, las cuales dependerán, en gran medida , los mecanismos de almacenamiento y catalogación utilizado. Por ello, cada vez más y con más frecuencia, las comunidades virtuales de investigación requieren de ambientes de e-colaboración y e-investigación centrados en los datos. LAGOVirtual es un proyecto en fase de desarrollo el cual tiene como objetivo final establecer una plataforma de colaboración para el Large Aperture Gamma Ray Burst Observatory (LAGO). Este observatorio continental está diseñado para la detección de componentes de alta energía de rayos gamma, mediante la utilización de detectores Cherenkov de agua, ubicados en sitios de alta montaña (Chacaltaya-Bolivia, 5300 m.s.n.m, Pico Espejo-Venezuela, 4750 m.s.n.m., Sierra Negra- Mexico, 4650 m.s.n.m., Marcapomacocha-Peru, 4600 m.s.n.m). Esta plataforma de colaboración utiliza como para un repositorio DSpace adaptado para la preservación y diseminación de los datos registrados en cada una de las instalaciones. DSpace ha sido modificado aprovechando su estructura jerárquica...

Implementing an Institutional Repository: The DSpace Experience at MIT

Baudoin, Patsy; Branschofsky, Margret
Fonte: Haworth Press Publicador: Haworth Press
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This paper describes MIT Libraries' experience implementing DSpace, a home-grown open source digital institutional repository, which other institutions may want to introduce as a service to their communities. MIT's introduction of DSpace as an operating service illustrates the many political and organizational considerations that must be addressed to establish and operate institutional repositories. In addition to detailing some of the policies developed and organizational changes undertaken, this article describes the kinds of questions future implementers of DSpace will want to answer. It also outlines the impacts the service has had on the library, on MIT, and on the perception of MIT Libraries within the Institute.

Building DSpace to Enhance Scholarly Communication

Celeste, Eric; Branschofsky, Margret
Fonte: Haworth Press Publicador: Haworth Press
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 88591 bytes; application/pdf
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The MIT Libraries has built a durable digital document repository called DSpace to house the digital output of our faculty's research. DSpace will be a home for the digital documents our faculty want to share with their colleagues around the world. DSpace also expresses the ferment in scholarly communication, and the potential shift away from the journal as the primary means of disseminating research findings. This article takes a brief look back at where scholarly communication has been, describes how it may now be changing, shares our vision of how DSpace fits into that picture, and glances at the impact DSpace will have on our faculty and library.

Integração do framework manakin com a plataforma dspace para múltiplas apresentações visuais de informações nos repositórios digitais; Integration of the framework manakin with the dspace platform for multiple information visual presentation in digital repositories

Segundo, José Eduardo Santarem; Camargo, Liriane Soares de Araújo de; Shintaku, Milton; Vidotti, Silvana Aparecida Borsetti Gregorio
Fonte: Unicamp Publicador: Unicamp
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Os repositórios digitais têm sido utilizados atualmente pelas instituições de ensino e pesquisa no Brasil como alternativa para divulgação de seus resultados científicos e acadêmicos, visando principalmente manter a memória e visibilidade institucional. Contudo, a forma de apresentação desses resultados pode influenciar na utilização do mesmo, impactando na interação usuário-sistema por meio dos componentes de interface. Assim, pode-se afirmar que um único ambiente informacional digital pode disponibilizar diversas formas de apresentação visual, customizando componentes informacionais e visuais para comunidades de usuários específicas. Nesse contexto, ferramentas estão sendo desenvolvidas como recurso facilitador ao acesso e uso de informações com o intuito de aumentar a usabilidade de ambientes informacionais digitais. Sendo assim, uma dessas ferramentas é apresentada neste artigo, a qual denomina-se Manakin, bem como sua integração com a plataforma DSpace para possibilitar múltiplas apresentações visuais, visando à importância da diferenciação e direcionamento de interfaces por um mesmo repositório para diversas áreas de conhecimento. Para isso são apresentados resultados e exemplos de repositórios com múltiplas apresentações visuais com o intuito de facilitar a utilização da ferramenta apresentada...

MIT's CWSpace project: packaging metadata for archiving educational content in DSpace

Reilly, William; Wolfe, Robert; Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
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This paper describes work in progress on the research project CWSpace, sponsored by the MIT and Microsoft Research iCampus program, to investigate the metadata standards and protocols required to archive the course materials found in MIT’s OpenCourseWare (OCW) into MIT’s institutional repository DSpace. The project goal is “to harvest and digitally archive OCW learning objects, and make them available to learning management systems by using Web Services interfaces on top of DSpace.” The larger vision is one of complex digital objects (CDOs) successfully interoperating amongst MIT’s various learning management systems and learning object repositories, providing archival preservation and persistent identifiers for educational materials, as well as providing the means to richer shared discovery and dissemination mechanisms for those materials. The paper describes work to date on the analysis of the content packaging metadata standards METS (Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard) and especially IMS-CP (IMS Global Learning Consortium, Content Packaging), and issues faced in the development and use of profiles, extensions, and external schema for these standards. Also addressed are the anticipated issues in the preparation of transformations from one standard to another...

CWSpace: Archiving MIT OpenCourseWare in DSpace

Reilly, William
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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Charged with archiving all of MIT's OpenCourseWare content, the CWSpace project has been exploring new kinds of development on the Dspace platform in two key directions: packaging metadata and protocols. This talk reports on progress towards the support of new, standards-based ingest (and dissemination) functionality (e.g., IMS Content Packaging), as well as in the area of new "lightweight network interfaces" capabilities (e.g., Web Services protocols). Each of these development efforts is designed to support the needs of a new kind of content type that is coming from a non-traditional domain for institutional repository tools, namely, "courseware," or teaching and learning materials. A profile to the IMS Content Package for MIT's OpenCourseWare content has been developed, with hopes of wider applicability to learning management systems. Extending that profile to other packaging standards (e.g. METS) is discussed, especially in light of a general METS for DSpace SIP (Submission Information Package). Current investigation into technology options for Web Services (e.g. SOAP/WSDL; RESTful, WebDAV) are discussed, particularly in light of needs for packaging (aggregating) DSpace objects (Items, Bitstreams) to support the requirements that teaching and learning materials have for a relatively high degree of flexibility in their management and dissemination.

Introduction: Incorporating local developments to DSpace

Jones, Richard
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
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Increasingly community developments are becoming available to augment the existing DSpace functionality, and it is important that these developments both fit alongside the core system and have the potential to be incorporated into the main distribution. Open source development can be very successful if community developments are encouraged and easily added. Here we use the Tapir e-theses management tools developed at Edinburgh University Library as an example of third party development and how those developments can be integrated, in whole or in part, into the DSpace core. This includes: the design decisions that need to be made when first developing the additional software; determining the applicability of parts of the software for the main codebase, to aid a consistent direction of development; and finally the patch creation process, with the additional administrative code requirements that are not necessarily present in the original code. This should provide a good introduction to developing for DSpace for those already doing so, or those preparing to do so.

Indian Statistical Institute: Using Multiple Metadata Formats in DSpace

Prasad, A R D
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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Most commonly DSpace is being used as an institutional repository and also as a discipline based repository. There have been attempts to extend DSpace ability to host electronic theses and dissertations like the popular Tapir and the attempt of The University of Manitoba to provide etdms metadata format. However, the user community has often expressed the requirement for other metadata formats like VRA core, IMS etc. Support for many metadata formats will greatly enhance the use of DSpace and the type of resources that could be preserved using DSpace. The task involves provision of creation of more elements in dctypregistry table incorporating new elements in the submission workflow making some of the newer elements searchable Displaying new elements in search results most importantly, exposing the newly created metadata formats through OAI protocol The recent beta version (1.2.2beta) of DSpace comes with much needed input forms with which one can define their own submission forms. This feature adds additional ability of adding any metadata format to DSpace in addition to exiting OAI-Dublin Core. This papers attempts to enumerate various metadata formats and the required element sets. Further, it provides guidelines for modifying various DSpace files for some of the popular metadata formats in use like etdms and vra core.

University of Minho: DSpace-Dev @ University of Minho - Development of tools and add-ons for the DSpace platform

Baptista, Ana Alice; Ferreira, Miguel
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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DSpace related activities at University of Minho (UM) started in April 2003 and since then many developments have been made. The first step was taken by the University Documentation Services (SDUM) with the translation of DSpace to Portuguese which was followed by the implementation of the RepositoriUM, the university's institutional repository. The translated version of DSpace has been downloaded and used in many other institutions in Portugal and Brazil. This very same version of DSpace served as a basis for the Papadocs system - a system which aimed at providing access to all assignments developed by the students of the Department of Information Systems. This instance of DSpace also served as test bed for a series of add-ons created at the department, namely, the Commenting Add-on, the Recommendation Add-on, the Web of Communication Add-on and the Controlled Vocabulary Add-on. This project has lead to the formation of several interesting ideas. These include the improvement of the Controlled Vocabulary Add-on to support more complex structures, such as thesauri, and the development of automatic metadata extractors that could fill in some of the required metadata during the process depositing new items.

Integrating DSpace and the data grid - an interim status report

Rodgers, Richard
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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In this short presentation, we will survey current and future research into efforts to integrate DSpace with 'grid' technologies for more scalable storage. After a general introduction to the grid, we examine the work surrounding DSpace and the Storage Resource Broker (SRB), a data grid middleware component developed by the San Diego Supercomputing Center. DSpace 1.3 will include some SRB support. Work extending this integration in the context of DSpace 2.0 will also be described.

Texas A&M Libraries: DSpace XML UI Project Technical Overview

Phillips, Scott
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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This presentation describes the modifications to DSpace by Texas A&M Libraries to support an XML-based user interface. The purpose is to enable the establishment of a unique look-and-feel for each community & collection in DSpace; this may include integrating with a community's existing web presence outside of DSpace. The goal of the DSpace XML UI project is to increase the adoption of DSpace by these communities.

Opening speaker: Adventures in Time and DSpace

Tansley, Robert
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
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DSpace has come a long way since its beginnings at HP Labs and MIT Libraries. Originally, DSpace was designed to be "digital shelf space" for the volumes of intellectual output from MIT that are in digital rather than paper form, for example datasets and rich media, in addition to text. This goal was clearly not limited to MIT: universities, research institutions and many other kinds of organisation face the same challenges. Not only does this mean that DSpace could be of value to those organisations: these organisations represent a vast pool of resources, and who might not be able to build such a system from scratch by themselves, but would certainly be able to contribute to the maintenance and enhancement of an existing system. Thus, the vision for DSpace was born: Build a "breadth-first" system to tackle the problems in a relatively simple way; then release the system as open source, allowing the globally dispersed community of researchers and developers to add depth, giving the system longevity and growth not possible from one institution working alone. This vision appears to have been well-founded. DSpace is now used by around 100 organisations in 28 countries worldwide, with around 40 individuals having contributed to development. New developments are contributed on a weekly basis...

Dspace como repositório digital na organização DSpace as organizational digital repository p.467-485

Blattmann, Ursula; Weber, Claudiane
Fonte: Associação Catarinense de Bibliotecários Publicador: Associação Catarinense de Bibliotecários
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Artigo Avaliado pelos Pares; Pesquisa empirica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 27/11/2008 Português
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Resumo: O artigo caracteriza e identifica questões do DSpace na organização. Apresenta o histórico e ações para utilização na gestão da informação digital on-line. Destaca-se a importância do trabalho em equipe e a especificação de políticas internas e externas para a criação do repositório digital. Abstract: This paper article characterizes and identifies questions about using DSpace in the organization. It presents a historical description and some action to management digital information on-line. The team work and internal and external policies specifications are important to build the digital repository.