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DuraSpace is pleased to welcome Cottage Labs as its newest participant in our Registered Service Provider (RSP) Program, delivering services for Fedora and Samvera (formerly Hydra).

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on November 22, 2017

The DuraSpace organization is pleased to announce that Evviva Weinraub has been elected to the DuraSpace Board of Directors as the Board-Member-at-Large representative.

Submitted by kristi on November 21, 2017

From Andrew Woods, Fedora Tech Lead, on behalf of the Fedora committers and leadership

The Fedora Project committers and leadership have asked Ben Pennell,UNC University Libraries,  to become a committer and we are pleased to announce that Ben has accepted.

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on November 21, 2017

From Open Repositories 2018 Program Co-Chairs Claire Knowles and Evviva Weinraub

Open Repositories 2018 is now calling for proposals around the theme of Sustaining Open.

http://www.or2018.net/call-for-papers/

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on November 20, 2017

From Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Programme Manager, EIFL

Would you like to learn more about DSpace-CRIS, the free open-source extension of DSpace that has the institutional repository as its core component and also stores and manages data about research conducted at an institution?

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on November 9, 2017

“Hyku” is the result of a thirty-month project to develop a scalable, performant, and multi-tenant digital content repository solution within the Samvera (previously known as Hydra) framework. This work was announced in 2015 by Stanford University, DuraSpace, and the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) through a generous grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on November 7, 2017

euroCRIS, a Strategic Partner of DuraSpace, and OCLC Research, recently announced a jointly-developed

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on November 6, 2017

“Hyku” is the result of a thirty-month project to develop a scalable, performant and multi-tenant digital content repository solution within the Samvera (previously known as Hydra) framework. This work was done by Stanford University, DuraSpace, and The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) through a generous grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

Submitted by Carol Minton Morris on November 6, 2017

VIVO Camp is a multi-day training event designed specifically for new and prospective users. Camp will be held November 9-11, 2017 on the campus of Duke University in Durham, NC. Over two and a half days, VIVO Camp will start with an introduction to VIVO leading to a comprehensive overview by exploring these topics:

  • VIVO features

  • Examples and demos of VIVO including customizations

  • Representing scholarship

  • Loading, displaying and using VIVO data

  • Introduction to the ontologies

Submitted by kristi on October 31, 2017