From Erin Tripp <firstname.lastname@example.org >, Business Development Manager
The DuraSpace community is sharing their migration and upgrade stories. Now let's hear from you!
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Contributed by Erin Tripp, Business Development Manager for DuraSpace
This was my second time attending PASIG and it was a wonderful experience. It featured stories of successes and failures, detailed explanations of existing guidelines, and expressions of support that we can gain the skills and knowledge to meet our digital preservation goals. If you couldn’t be there, we have you covered:
Group notes were taken here: http://bit.ly/2holqWm
This blog post was contributed by David W. Lewis, Dean of the IUPUI University Library, email@example.com This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license
The Commitment: Every academic library should commit to contribute 2.5% of its total budget to support the common infrastructure needed to create the open scholarly commons.
Academic Libraries and the Open Scholarly Commons
From Erin Tripp, Business Development Manager for DuraSpace
It has been a busy summer here at 4Science, with the new release of DSpace-CRIS and the ongoing development of DSpace 7. September will be even more exciting, with two important appointments, in order to share our ideas about the best way to use DSpace in different contexts.
During the last months 4Science developers released both DSpace-CRIS 5.7.0 and DSpace-CRIS 6RC2 (based on DSpace 6.2).
By Michael Guthrie, Director, KnowledgeArc The Nigerian Research and Education Network Federated Repository (NgREN) has launched a federated repository with assistance from KnowledgeArc. The new DSpace archive brings together the works from 42 different DSpace instances in the country, and provides a hub to showcase and highlight the intellectual output of Nigeria's universities.