Winchester, MA Last month DuraSpace and the Texas Digital Library partnered to offer Advanced DSpace Training at the Perry Casteñeda Library on the University of Texas at Austin campus. DuraSpace Members were eligible to register at reduced prices. Course participants learned about advanced features and customization. James Creel, Senior Lead Software Applications Developer at Texas A&M University Libraries taught the course, based on a syllabus he created for similar training sessions he taught previously in Texas. Special thanks to Kristi Park and Chris Carter at UT Austin for providing on-site coordination and technical support.
The course materials, which included instruction on configuration, content transmission, XMLUI theming and a 5.x preview are now available under a CC Attribution license and posted:
Links are also available on the DSpace Resource wiki page.