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Open Scholarship 2006 StORe poster
StORe is a project within the JISC digital repositories programme. It has a declared mission to enhance the value of academic research output by enabling direct interaction between source and output repositories
Attitudes and aspirations in a diverse world: the Project StORe perspective on scientific repositories
(Digital Curation Centre, 2006)
When preparing a team of recent postgraduates who were about to embark on a survey of repository users, it became necessary to equip them with a glossary of terms for use when explaining their mission. Whilst our project’s ...
Project StORe: expectations, a solution and some predicted impact from opening up the research data portfolio
Presentation slides for talk given at the 2007 Libraries without Walls conference
Attitudes and Aspirations in a Diverse World: The Project StORe Perspective on Scientific Repositories
(UKOLN/ Digital Curation Centre., 2007)
Project StORe was conceived as an initiative to apply digital library technologies in the creation of new value for published research. Ostensibly a technical project, its primary objective was the design of middleware to ...
StORe online questionnaire
This is an anonymised file containing the responses to the StORe online questionnaire
Project StORe survey: cross-discipline report
The principal objective of the survey of seven scientific disciplines was to identify aspects of desired functionality in source and output repositories that would be included in a mechanism for enabling source to output ...
In brief: Project StORe
(Corporation For National Research Initiatives (CNRI), 2006-09)
Project StORe is one of twenty-five projects supported in the UK by the JISC (http://www.jisc.ac.uk) Digital Repositories Programme, which aims to bring together people and practices from across the domains of research, ...
Project Store: Work Package 5 evaluation
A final report to the StORe Project Board on the process and outcomes of the project, including recommendations for further development
CARMEN [Code, Analysis, Repository & Modelling for e-Neuroscience]
(Digital Curation Centre, Edinburgh, 2008-09)
The CARMEN pilot project seeks to create a virtual laboratory for experimental neurophysiology, enabling the sharing and collaborative exploitation of data, analysis code and expertise. This study by the DCC contributes ...