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Zen and the art of learning object repositories: an alternative methodology for creating successful learning object repositories.
The vast majority of repositories, whether for research or learning objects, are suffering from a common failing, namely the lack of objects being placed in the repository. This paper seeks to identify the major differences ...
Le IR, c'est mort. Vive le IR!
The institutional repository is dead -- long live the institutional repository! Despite their rocky beginnings, IRs are finally finding their niche and surging forward. What were their initial mistakes, and how can further ...
Web services and open access to learning and research materials - some case studies from education using intraLibrary Connect
Presentation given at the Edinburgh Repository Fringe 2008 (www.repositoryfringe.org)
Linking Research Outputs Through Citation Notification Services
Presentation given at the Edinburgh Repository Fringe 2008 conference
Functional Object Re-use and Exchange: Supporting Information Topology Experiments
The Object Reuse and Exchange initiative, under the Open Archives umbrella, aims to provide a method of describing complex digital objects in order to provide boundaries on an otherwise formless web. As scholarly communication ...
CRIS Cross: the repository in the research information system
Presentation given at the Edinburgh Repository Fringe 2008
Dublin Core Education Application Profile Module
"Group Improv" session given at the Edinburgh Repository Fringe 2008
Repository Services for Research Data Management
Repository Services for Research Data Management - findings from interviews and workshop to capture Oxford researchers' requirements for services to help them manage their data
Metadata Madness - Mixing and Matching Metadata in a LOM-Based Repository
A 'soapbox' performance given at the Edinburgh Repository Fringe 2008
The worth of information
The "worth of information", key influencers and promoting intellectual property - marketing in the commercial sector, and some ideas that can be used in the Repository World.