EPrints for Research Data – Workshop at University of Leeds (15/10/13)

Though the workshop was focussed specifically on EPrints software, many of the issues apply equally to other repository platforms. Also see the event blog post at http://blog.library.leeds.ac.uk/blog/roadmap/post/184 Now that we’ve got Open Access to peer reviewed research output all sewn up (well, almost!) the next challenge is associated research data and on Tuesday 15th October the…

The Institutional Web Site and the Institutional Repository: Addressing Challenges of Integration – workshop at IWMW13

(Warning: includes more than a little musing on CRIS vs repositories!) Last week I attended possibly the very last Institutional Web Managers’ Workshops (IWMW), my very first, at the University of Bath. From Wednesday 26th – Friday 28th June, web developers, commercial software vendors and independent consultants came together for an excellent programme that took…

Counting on IRUS

As we all know, repositories are an established component of the rapidly evolving scholarly web infrastructure in the UK and globally, and whatever the impact of Finch and the potential shift from Green to Gold, they are likely to remain a primary source of authoritative full-text versions of research outputs and, increasingly, associated data-sets as…

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